This intense book is just as much a horror as a thriller.
The story begins as a stream of consciousness, written in the first person, from Clarissa. She is writing to log the actions of Rafe, her stalker, but it’s written as though it’s Rafe himself that she’s talking to. Much of the story is written in this way. From the beginning, every move Clarissa makes is met with trepidation. Continue reading The Book of You by Claire Kendal.
Book Review by Cari Mayhew.
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This book is part whodunit and part thriller– but not in equal measures.
The central character, Alex, wakes up to find he has been in a coma for over a year – but everyone still thinks he is in the coma – he cannot move a finger. He gathers from his visitors that he had an accident while rock climbing but he has no recollection of what happened. Halfway through the book, Alex finds out that he was a victim of attempted murder, and tries his utmost to work out who would want to do it and how it could have happened. Continue reading If I Die Before I Wake by Emily Koch.