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The Memory Wood Copertina rigida – 20 febbraio 2020
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Remarkable. Stunning prose and compulsive reading. It's undoubtedly the best thriller I've read in a long, long time. ― Lesley Kara
What makes this book special is the marvellously executed subterranean power game. Superbly creepy, with an unexpected twist, this is a very grim modern fairytale. ― Guardian
I was pulled into The Memory Wood from the very first page―it grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let you go. It’s an intense, atmospheric, and truly original thriller. Put everything else aside when you enter the Memory Wood, including your expectations… ― Shari Lapena
Forget everything you think you know about thrillers. The Memory Wood is a compulsive page-turner where visceral horror meets Grimm fairytale – a story that’s guaranteed to burn itself into your brain . . . Every twist and distortion evokes a physical response – you’ll be breathless with anticipation, tingling with hope, and numb with dread from beginning to end. ― Press Association
A beautifully written, fast-paced thriller with twists and turns as dark as the cell in which Elissa is confined. We devoured it in a matter of hours. ― Heat
A darkly chilling and original novel . . . a series of twists keeps readers captivated until a shocking climax. ― Daily Express
Brilliant writing, a terrifying story, and characters so real it feels like you know them. If you enjoy dark, twisty thrillers that stay with you, read this book. ― Samantha Downing
The dreamy nature of the story slowly dissipates as the danger deepens, leaving this reader with pounding heart and sweating palms. ― Observer
The Memory Wood is impossible to put down. It's so wonderfully written, creepily atmospheric and chilling. ― Karen Hamilton
What a book! I haven't read anything quite this exciting since Room. You think all the stories have been told, then something like this comes along. Wonderful. ― Emma Curtis
I was captivated by The Memory Wood – a beautifully told, dark and chilling tale. ― Renee Knight
A truly chilling story. ― Woman & Home
A chilling, suspense-filled and heart-wrenching read. ― Herald
An atmospheric thriller. ― That’s Life (Crime Scene Magazine)
A totally gripping novel that locks you into their cat-and-mouse game of survival. If you’re bored of thriller-by-numbers, you’ll love this original and twisty page turner. ― 17 Degrees Magazine
The narrative irresistibly grips as it twists. ― SAGA
- Editore : Bantam Press (20 febbraio 2020)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Copertina rigida : 384 pagine
- ISBN-10 : 1787631842
- ISBN-13 : 978-1787631847
- Peso articolo : 600 g
- Dimensioni : 16.2 x 3.5 x 24 cm
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 5,312 in Thriller psicologici
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Thirteen-year-old Elissa is drugged and kidnapped at a chess tournament. She wakes up manacled to the wall in a filthy and cold cellar.
Elijah is a twelve-year-old boy who visits her in her dungeon. He says he wants to help, but is he all that he seems?
Mairaed is the detective in charge of the operation to find Elissa. She works with determination despite living through her own personal tragedy.
The first half of the book reminded me of The Collector by John Fowles. There was a gripping, painful, awkward battle of wills between chess champion Elissa and her unpredictable visitor, Elijah.
In the second half, the mental battle moved elsewhere when each heart-pounding revelation was followed by an even bigger shocker.
Not only is Sam Lloyd a terrific plotter, he is an accomplished writer. The narration was so smooth, I took it for granted as I raced through, eager to find out what would happen next.
This must surely become one of the biggest hits of this surreal year.