BOOK REVIEW EVERY FIFTEEN MINUTES BY LISA SCOTTOLINE

I plan everything. I set everyone in motion, and when the moment comes, I strike.

Psychologist Dr Eric Parrish is unwittingly under threat.

Recently separated from his wife, Eric is learning to become a single parent to his seven-year-old daughter, and life is far from straightforward.

Now Eric has a new patient who could be a severe danger to others. And he must make a decision that will leave deadly consequences in its wake.

The clock is ticking, and someone is hell bent on destroying Eric’s practice, his family, his life.

But how can you defend yourself against an enemy you don’t know?

And can you ever win a game you don’t even know you are playing?

Firstly thank you to Frances at Headline for sending me a copy to review .

I loved the blurb and concept and despite it having a gripping start I didn’t finish this book .

This was excellent and disturbing in some places but I ended up skipping pages as just wasn’t hitting the spot for me .

I think the length of the book played a part as it felt like it dragged in some places .

There is  a twist which you don’t see coming but unfortunately it was too late to grab my interest .

This definitely had potential and I have a big interested in world of psychology and I loved the main character Eric .

Overall a brilliant start but failed to sustain my interest .

Published 19th November

 

 

 

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