Monthly Archives: February 2016

Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey

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This book was a christmas present and I have got to say, it is such a beautiful and bitter sweat read.
Maud is very forgetful, she forgets everyhing including her daughter but she can’t get past the idea that her friend Elizabeth has gone missing.
Noone believes the poor old forgetful woman and some even laugh at her or are rude, which makes the book so sad and painfull but true to life.
Throughout the book we follow Maud’s tangle of memories and confused notes and hear stories from her past, all the while she is convinced something is wrong.
Maud might be confused and forgetful but she just might solve a mystery thats 70 years old as a broken heart is hard to forget!
Such a wonderful book, it was hard to look through the eyes of someone who struggles to remember everything especially if someone close to you has been affected by the same thing, however it was also nice to see the world through that perspective and see how frustrating and upsetting a life like that might be. For all the books power it’s an easy read and such a great tale, I recommend it for anyone who loves a great book.

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Private Games by James Patterson

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I really do love a James Patterson novel and this one has done nothing to change that!
Full of action and intrigue, Private Games is told from both points of view, the killer explains the reason why whats happening is happening  and the deluded anger behind it. The other side are the members of Private and the police forces employed to protect the London Games from people like our resident mental.
It’s a complicated story but an easy read which grips the reader from the start.
As usual much love for Patterson, book fans need to get into his books asap.

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Invisible by James Patterson

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One of my favorite authors, I devour his books within days and I have to say this one was no different.
Invisible is about Emmy who everyone believes is struggling to cope with her sisters death, but who is convinced that the death of her sister was murder. Can she convince law enforcement to take her seriously while the killer just keeps on killing?
This book is tense and makes the reader annoyed at times, but is a gripping read. Can the killer, if there even is one be brought to justice before they kill hundreds of people!
Full of twists and turns Invisible is a fantastic book, high praise as usual for James Patterson.

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