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The Evidence Against You: The gripping bestseller from the author of Richard & Judy pick That Night (English Edition) di [Gillian McAllister]

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Gillian McAllister has been writing for as long as she can remember. She graduated with an English degree before working as a lawyer. She lives in Birmingham, where she now writes full-time. She is the Sunday Times bestselling author of Everything But the Truth, Anything You Do Say, No Further Questions, The Evidence Against You, How To Disappear andthe Richard & Judy Book Club pick That Night. She is also the creator and co-host of the popular Honest Authors podcast. --Questo testo si riferisce alla paperback edizione.


Absolutely unputdownable: convincing, compelling and ultimately heartbreaking -- Erin Kelly ― bestselling author of He Said/She Said

A very special book - a page turner that is gripping, suspenseful and heartfelt, with a superb ending that delivers twice -- Claire Douglas ― bestselling author of Do Not Disturb

A brilliantly compelling and tightly plotted psychological thriller. The characters are real and complex, and McAllister's writing both grips and thrills. Her best yet! -- Lucy Clarke ― bestselling author of You Let Me In

This sharp, super-readable thriller stands out thanks to its taut plot and characters you really care aboutFabulous, Sun

Gillian McAllister lures you into the heart of her characters. She makes ordinary people do extraordinary things in the face of adversity. Haunting. Compelling. And all too possibly true -- Jane Corry ― bestselling author of The Dead Ex

Clever, original and packed with family complications throughout, you'll change your mind time and again. . . and the ending will take your breath awayHeat

A heart pounding premise is taken on a journey that is as emotionally enriching as it is thrilling. I couldn't look away from this razor sharp exploration of truth, love and how the past shapes our present. Gillian McAllister is a tour de force, she just gets better and better -- Holly Seddon ― bestselling author of Love Will Tear Us Apart

The characters are as compelling and complex as the action. It's a brilliant psychological thriller which is even better for Gillian's professional knowledge -- Amy Lloyd ― bestselling author of The Innocent Wife

Flawless plotting and gripping from the first page to the lastJill Mansell

Intricate plotting delivers a tense and suspenseful thrillerSunday Mirror

The Hot ListInside Soap

A gripping legal yarnWoman & Home, May's Great Reads

Really good . . . The suspense becomes all but unbearableTablet

Praise for Gillian McAllister-

I read it in a breathless day and a half. I loved every page, every character, every twist and turn -- Lisa Jewell ― bestselling author of Then She Was Gone

Perfection. Intriguing and compelling. Exceptional -- Clare Mackintosh ― bestselling author of Let Me Lie

I raced through this impressive, gripping and thought-provoking read -- B. A. Paris ― bestselling author of Behind Closed Doors

I was totally swept up - and challenged - by this dark drama and am still wrestling with the brilliantly written dilemma at its heart -- Fiona Barton ― bestselling author of The Child

Gillian McAllister isn't afraid to tread where some authors are scared to go. Intelligent. Compulsive. Heart-wrenching. Unforgettable -- Jane Corry ― bestselling author of The Dead Ex

A smartly conceived psychological thrillerSunday Times

A perfectly plotted courtroom drama and an emotional roller-coaster in one bookGrazia

Gripping, cleverly-constructed, and heart-wrenching. A truly original thriller you won't be able to put down -- Paula Daly ― bestselling author of The Trophy Child

Ingeniously constructed with real flesh-and-blood characters and cliff-hanging suspense -- Louise Candlish ― bestselling author of Our House

This contemporary love story wrapped up in a thriller is a brilliant read. Compelling and intenseSunday Mirror

A gripping, compelling page-turner that kept me up half the night -- Liz Nugent ― bestselling author of Skin Deep

The verdict - lock me up so I can read it again! Unforgettable -- Liz Lawler ― bestselling author of Don't Wake Up

Addictive - I found myself wanting to pick it up at every opportunity -- Jenny Blackhurst ― bestselling author of The Foster Child

Smart, twisty and ingenious . . . as emotionally engaging as it is tautHeat

Addictive, exciting and devilishly clever -- Holly Seddon ― bestselling author of Try Not to Breathe

Brilliant -- Claire Douglas ― bestselling author of Last Seen Alive

Completely original. I was gripped -- Jane Fallon ― bestselling author of Faking Friends

An exhilarating, hold-your-breath read!Prima

Top domestic noirSun

We couldn't put this book down!Take a Break

Prepare to be grippedFabulous --Questo testo si riferisce alla paperback edizione.

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07CQDL6G1
  • Editore ‏ : ‎ Penguin (18 aprile 2019)
  • Lingua ‏ : ‎ Inglese
  • Dimensioni file ‏ : ‎ 5616 KB
  • Da testo a voce ‏ : ‎ Abilitato
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supportato
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  • Memo ‏ : ‎ Su Kindle Scribe
  • Lunghezza stampa ‏ : ‎ 427 pagine
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3,0 su 5 stelle Gave some interesting questions but wasn't my favourite
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We chose this book for book club, and it was quite a mixed bag! While it was mostly enjoyable, I didn't relate well to the characters and the plot. I found it annoying, but it brought up some interesting questions.

I previously read Gillian McAllister's book How to Disappear, and I loved it and gave it a five-star review. I was really looking forward to this book, but I was disappointed.

Firstly, the title of the book, The Evidence Against You, should have been called The Evidence Against Him, as this was mentioned throughout the book. However, that aside, I liked the cover.

The plot had a great premise. Izzy's father, Gabe, has just been released from prison after serving a long sentence for killing her mother. He comes to find Izzy and wants to prove his innocence, all of which is understandable and believable – how many criminals say they are innocent? The rest of the story follows with various twists and turns, making you wonder who else could have done it and why and thinking about whether Gabe is innocent. The Evidence Against You does create a good amount of uncertainty.

Izzy's recollections of her parent's relationship, the night of the murder and numerous events her father speaks of are interesting and provide further intrigue into what is real and whom to believe.

I found the repetition a little annoying and some parts too far-fetched. For example, how many people would just accept the situation without thinking of it for almost two decades and without investigating it or reading about it, especially someone so young and presumably more curious? There were some excessive hints about what had happened and a few too many red herrings. Although, the full details don't come to light until the end. It is a big twist I didn't see coming, though I had recognised that it was related.

I didn't connect to Izzy at all. I found her irritating and more than a bit strange in some of her actions. Her husband Nick was also unlikeable and seemed a bit pathetic. However, it did make me wonder if perhaps he was pretty controlling of her (this wasn't mentioned). For example, he didn't want her to interact with his family on their family chat and wanted to ensure she did what he thought was best. But, on the other hand, he may have genuinely been trying to look after her.

Gabe was the more likeable character for me. He appeared to genuinely love Izzy and wanted to try to prove his innocence, though I am unsure why he left it for his whole sentence to try. Additionally, he didn't seem like he had been a particularly good husband to Izzy's mother, Alex, before her death. However, he is an 'arty type', so perhaps this is just his personality, and she always just accepted it.

It felt like there were a lot of inconsistencies in the plot. For example, I couldn't understand why Izzy had some family relationships but not others. I don't want to give too much away about the plot, but it didn't hold together as enjoyable and believable to me.

The part I did enjoy the most was the feeling of being institutionalised. It posed (perhaps unintentionally) many questions about our prison and reform systems and what these should achieve and how. Again, the depictions of this in Gabe came through well.

I didn't enjoy the ending. It felt rushed and like Izzy had dropped everyone around her, though it was good to see that she had moved on in many ways.
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