Hannah knows the cage intimately. Small, the size of a shopping centre parking space. A bed, a basin, a table and chair. A hatch and metal drawer through which to exchange food and other items.
Then there’s him. Always there on the edges of her vision, no matter how hard she tries to block him out.
Every day, the same thoughts run through Hannah’s mind:
What if he speaks to me?
What if he hurts me?
What if he gets out?
Firstly a big thank you to the publishers for my copy to review on netgalley.
This looks like its going to be a huge hit this year. The title and cover alone capture your attention.
I raced through this exhilarating and exciting thriller. Its a original concept written with knowledge and style . Completely unpredictable and full of revelations.
Thought provoking as it features a form of punishment that we dont have in 2021 . Hannah has her husbands killer in her house but is all as it seems?
Published 7th January