In the last days before her death, Nel Abbott called her sister.
Jules didn’t pick up the phone,ignoring her plea for help.
Now Nel is dead. They say she jumped . And Jules has been dragged back to the one place she hoped she had escaped for good, to care for the teenage girl her sister left behind.
But Jules is afraid. So afraid. Of her long buried memories, of the old Mill house, of knowing that nel would never have jumped.
And most of all she’s afraid of the water, and the place they call the drowning pool. …..
Firstly a big thank you to alison at transworld for My copy to review.
So unless you have been living under a stone I imagine you have at least heard of The girl on the train?? Read it? Watched the movie?
Well I’ve done both and I was one of the lucky ones who got to read a proof copy. I loved it and I’m glad I read it before the hype .
So with such success for a debut book it’s bound to be a nervous experience fof the author as they send their second book baby into the world ..and fans of the girl on the trains like myself are so excited and full of anticipation to see what wonder she creates next …
Well I’m over the moon to say in my opinion as a a reader and a huge bookworm thar this is all the fantastic .
There is no need to worry that you will have Rachel voice in your head reading .
No this is fresh and new charactars all with a lot to say .
A chilling thriller that will leave a haunting mark .
With twists and turns and shocking r elevations as the story unravels. You have no idea what’s coming next and that to me is what makes a amazing book.
Paula is a writing genius who creates world’s you can lose yourself to .
Cleverly styled in a way that leaves you quite bereft as you reveal the truth …or is it?
Just like her debut this will have you hooked straight away and questioning who is the one to blame??
Who isn’t telling the truth?
Who risks losing everything they have ?
An all round belted of a book.
Published 2nd may