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WATCHING YOU: The gripping edge-of-the-seat thriller with a stunning twist. Kindle Edition
Ewan Galbreith is out of prison. Libby Owen is scared. Fifteen years earlier she saw Ewan murder her aunt and uncle with their own shotgun, and now he’s coming for her.
What readers say about Lynda Renham’s thriller books;
I am speechless!! Remember Me was utterly gripping with an amazing twist, I was so hooked, really enjoyed it! - Goodreads reader.
I have to say, what a great book. I'm pretty busy, and usually it takes me forever to finish a book. But once I started this book I literally could not put it down! I've never read this author before, but I will definitely look for her other books. The twists and turns of this book kept me reading into the night. I would recommend it to anyone who loves psychological thrillers like this one. I highly highly recommend it! - Goodreads reader.
I couldn't put it down. From beginning to end I was captured by the characters. From page to page I was hungry to find out what happened next. - Goodreads reader.
Wow this is this authors first thriller and it blew me away. what a story full of twists that had me shivering. And a cracking ending that I didn’t expect at all. - Goodreads reader.
- ASIN : B07BGG9D48
- Publisher : Raucous Publishing (April 5, 2018)
- Publication date : April 5, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 2297 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 328 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,053,439 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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1) Predictable. Figured it out immediately. Libby was a massive twat, there was no other ending possible.
2) A lot of typos and nonsensical sentences.
I've never understood why they call it a beach house [...] It's homely though and you can STEP OUTSIDE STRAIGHT ONTO THE BEACH
Well, jeez, I wonder if that's why they call it a beach house.
3) I have never, ever, in my whole life read the word 'nipples' as many times as while reading this book. The author is obsessed with Libby's nipples, and - surprisingly, as she is a woman - doesn't seem to know how they work. It seems like Libby's nipples are like penises and get erections every 5 minutes for no reason at all.
Jesus christ, this book was bad
Top reviews from other countries
In modern day we also meet the man himself, Ewan, and a sergeant Fran Marshell and Inspector Mike Magregor, who have been following the case from the start.
I really enjoyed this book, even though it was a bit grubby at times, with sexual content and harsh language, but I suppose that’s par for the course in a story set in an opressed little village where the man of the manor uses people like pawns and smushes them to keep things going the way he wants. In terms of the modern day story I enjoyed trying to figure out if I was wrong in a very early assumption I made. I wasn’t, I’ll admit I guessed very early on part of the twist, although I had a few different thoughts on how it was going to happen, which is the fun of it really, isn’t it? I vaguely thought one of the additional components to the twist might happen, but fought against it and yes, I raised my eyebrows when it happened. To be honest, there’s times where the term ‘suspension of disbelief’ comes to mind, and I think die hard thriller readers mightn’t be choice targets for this book, but saying that I think others will enjoy it and I appreciated what the author was doing and didn’t at any point want to put it down.
I loved the journey through the two different time lines.
it definitely wasn’t a book that you could guess the ending! shocking revelations, and brilliantly written characters.
please continue to write thrillers lynda - excellent. definitely a fan of the three books so far :)