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Dear Child: The twisty thriller that starts where others end (English Edition) Formato Kindle
YOU ESCAPED. BUT HE WILL NEVER LET YOU GO.
THE NO.1 INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER
'Chilling, original and mesmerising. Hausmann is a force to be reckoned with' David Baldacci
'A peerless exercise in suspense' Financial Times
'Claustrophobic, terrifying and fiercely compelling' Daily Mail
'Disturbingly good' Lesley Kara
'Gripping, suspenseful and beautifully written' Jo Spain
A windowless shack in the woods. Lena's life and that of her two children follows the rules set by their captor, the father: meals, bathroom visits, study time are strictly scheduled and meticulously observed. He protects his family from the dangers lurking in the outside world and makes sure that his children will always have a mother to look after them.
One day Lena manages to flee - but the nightmare continues. It seems as if her tormentor wants to get back what belongs to him. And then there is the question whether she really is the woman called 'Lena', who disappeared without a trace over thirteen years ago. The police and Lena's family are all desperately trying to piece together a puzzle that doesn't quite seem to fit.
'Will haunt you long after the last page' Alice Feeney
'Keeps you guessing' Sunday Express
'Intelligent and original' Sunday Independent
'Outstanding' Publishers Weekly
A peerless exercise in suspense . . . Whether treated as a study in trauma and identity or a dark, well-crafted crime narrative from multiple perspectives, it is a nail-biting fare ― Barry Forshaw, Financial Times
Claustrophobic, terrifying and fiercely compelling, this is heartbreaking ― Daily Mail
Dear Child is an accomplished thriller, beautifully written, intriguing and very compelling ― Peter James
I read Dear Child in one sitting, holding my breath. Such a gripping, suspenseful and beautifully written debut. I loved it! ― Jo Spain, author of The Confession
Hausmann makes you care about her characters even while they keep you guessing ― Sunday Express
Told from multiple viewpoints which gives a satisfying complexity . . . An intelligent and original book ― Sunday Independent
Equal parts mystery, thriller and family story . . . [A] tantalizingly disturbing debut . . . the overall experience is as enthralling as it is thought-provoking. Hausmann creates a dark solar system studded with twinkling stars . . .
At the core of Dear Child is the constant hope that characters will be drawn back to people who mean the most to them, no matter how far apart they've been pulled. That glint of optimism is the light guiding readers as they fly through this book
German bestseller Dear Child by Romy Hausmann is tipped to be one of the UK's must-reads of the summer ― S Magazine
Nothing is quite what it seems in this mesmerising debut ― Daily Express
One of the best thrillers I've read this year. Flawlessly plotted with a pace that refuses to let the reader come up for air - not that you'd want to ― Stephanie Wrobel, author of The Recovery of Rose Gold
Wow! Such a disturbingly good read. Romy's knack of getting under a character's skin is impressive. I loved it ― Lesley Kara, author of The Rumour
If you read only one thriller this year, choose this one. Room meets Gone Girl in this gripping novel, which will haunt you long after the last page ― Alice Feeney, author of Sometimes I Lie
Outstanding . . . The multiple points of view and numerous plot twists sustain the breakneck pacing, but the book's real power lies in the author's insightful and sensitive portrayal of the characters involved in the tragedy. This darkly disturbing thriller definitely marks Hausmann as a writer to watch. ― Publishers Weekly Published On: 2020-08-03
A mesmerising and flawlessly plotted debut ― Sunday Express S Magazine --Questo testo si riferisce alla paperback edizione.
- ASIN : B07WHWH4CQ
- Editore : Quercus (14 maggio 2020)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Dimensioni file : 1788 KB
- Da testo a voce : Abilitato
- Screen Reader : Supportato
- Miglioramenti tipografici : Abilitato
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- Lunghezza stampa : 369 pagine
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 30,067 in Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Kindle Store)
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What is revealed in the storyline is abduction and the grim consequences of this crime. The abductor cannot be identified and there is a connection to a young woman, Lena, who disappeared some 13 years previously: a clever, twisty idea.
The characters are mainly interesting particularly Hannah, who has Asperger Syndrome and highlights the super qualities some of these suffers have.
Certainly an author to look out for and I would recommend this. Lost a star for disappointing finale.
I heard my local radio's bookclub raving about this book so rushed to purchase it and had great expectations. Great expectations unfortunately often lead me to being underwhelmed and underwhelmed I was. I just felt that the storyline was weak. "Twists" were thrown in but easily explained in the next narrative from a particular character so actually weren't twists at all. I didn't feel any sense of great empathy with any of the characters and like one other reviewer said, I just wanted to get to the end.
Early on, we're advised that Hannah has met her Grandfather before. The whole way through I was waiting to find out how this fit into the story. It's hastily explained right at the end. So the real Lena and Hannah visited the Grandfather? What? How does this make sense? How did the Grandfather not recognise Lena or Hannah especially when Hannah was so easily identifiable later on? If Lena could go on trips, parties and to Paris, why didn't she escape? Frustrating story!
Is this a perfect book? No, it does require the suspension of disbelief. Is this a gripping novel? Well, for me at least - yes
Another one that has been on my Kindle for some time. The title alone drew me in, and the book didn’t disappoint.
A disturbing storyline that kept you guessing, it slowly unravelled the truth as time went along, developing an even darker truth to the people that were held captive. There was little “truth bombs” dropped along the way as well.
It was consistently faced paced, with multiple points of view. If you are reading on Kindle don’t worry about it saying 3hrs until the next chapter as it is sectioned by names not technical chapters, you can easily dip in and out between your real life demands. 😉
I really enjoyed how this book looked back on each character dealing with Lena and the children’s captivity as well as dealing with their present.
My only small criticism was for the first bit of the book I was struggling to work out who was who, especially as there was a name change at one point (no spoilers.) I had to keep a check on who was speaking and remember who they were. I didn’t guess the who abductor was, and if you have read this and did guess, I’d like to know how. 😂
Solid ⭐⭐⭐⭐ stars