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That Night: The gripping Richard & Judy Summer psychological thriller (English Edition) Formato Kindle
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING RICHARD & JUDY SUMMER PICK AND THIS SUMMER'S MOST COMPULSIVE NOVEL
'Incredibly tense and gripping' ADELE PARKS
'Kept me guessing and kept me fooled. Clever, pacy and so gripping that my heart raced' C.L. TAYOR
'This absolutely blew me away. Properly unputdownable' 5***** READER REVIEW
'Another unputdownable what-would-you-do thriller, rich with McAllister's trademark twists and emotional depth' ERIN KELLY
What would you do to protect your family?
During a family holiday in Italy, you get an urgent call from your sister.
There's been an accident: she hit a man with her car and he's dead. She asks for your help.
She'd cover for you, so will you do the same for her?
But when the police come calling, the lies start . . .
And you each begin to doubt one another.
What really happened that night?
Who is lying to who?
AND WHO WILL BE THE FIRST TO CRACK?
'From its propulsive opening to its devastating finale, That Night explores the terrible cost of family loyalty and the lines all of us might cross for those we love. Her best yet' TM LOGAN
'Tautly plotted and beautifully written. Gillian McAllister just gets better and better' Clare Mackintosh
'That Night was like watching a gripping, tense and claustrophobic box set! My heart was in my mouth the whole time. Her best yet' Claire Douglas
'Almost unbearably tense and an utterly absorbing read' Rosamund Lupton
'Had me absolutely gripped. Claustrophobic and tense and completely absorbing' Jane Fallon
'Beautifully written and incredibly gripping . . . it gave me genuine shivers. Masterfully done' Beth O'Leary
'So slippery, you will struggle to catch your breath. Gillian McAllister has secured her throne as the queen of the moral dilemma' Holly Seddon
'That Night is yet another triumph, intricately plotted and beautifully written' Jill Mansell
'That Night crept into my every waking thought. A claustrophobic, twisty novel that will have you asking "what would I do?"' Lia Louis
READERS ARE HOOKED BY THAT NIGHT:
'A masterpiece' 5***** Reader Review
'I'm speechless . . . cannot recommend enough' 5***** Reader Review
'A pressure cooker of panic, excitement, fear, anger . . . I cannot rave about this enough!' 5***** Reader Review
'WOW! WOW! WOW! The twists and shocks blew me away' 5***** Reader Review
Praise for Gillian McAllister
'I read it in a breathless day and a half' Lisa Jewell
'Perfection. Intriguing and compelling' Clare Mackintosh
'As tense as a piano string' Sunday Times
'Addictive, clever, twisty' Sun
Vividly written, furiously tense, impossible to put down. I zoomed through it, desperate to know what happens -- B P Walter, author of The Dinner Guest
Incredibly tense and gripping ― Adele Parks
That Night was like watching a gripping, tense and claustrophobic box set! My heart was in my mouth the whole time. Her best yet -- Claire Douglas
Included in 'Top Ten Bestselling Books for Summer 2021' ― You Magazine
From its propulsive opening to its devastating finale, That Night explores the terrible cost of family loyalty and the lines all of us might cross for those we love. Her best yet -- TM Logan, author of The Holiday and Trust Me
So slippery, you will struggle to catch your breath. With That Night, Gillian McAllister has secured her throne as the queen of the moral dilemma -- Holly Seddon
A cracking what-would-you-do thriller ― Fabulous Magazine
Gillian McAllister just gets better and better. I loved this tautly plotted and beautifully written look at siblings and secrets -- Clare Mackintosh
That Night is exactly the type of book to be read poolside, cocktail in hand, in roughly two or three sittings ― Refinery29
It's a rare book that outfoxes me but That Night kept me guessing and kept me fooled. Clever, pacy and so gripping that my heart raced -- C.L. Taylor
A propulsive, compelling thriller with a killer premise that will have you asking, 'What would I do?' -- Lucy Clarke
That Night is yet another triumph, intricately plotted and beautifully written, it's going to be huge -- Jill Mansell
Another unputdownable what-would-you-do thriller, rich with McAllister's trademark twists and emotional depth -- Erin Kelly
I absolutely loved That Night . . . A fantastic read. It's my kind of page turner - perfectly calibrated psychological suspense -- Shari Lapena
OH MY GOD! Had me absolutely gripped. It's such a stressful read (in a really good way). Claustrophobic and tense and completely absorbing. Just brilliant -- Jane Fallon
I inhaled the entire thing in one day and I DO NOT know how she does it. What an absolute corker ― Lindsey Kelk
That Night crept into my every waking thought. A claustrophobic, twisty novel that will have you asking "what would I do?" -- Lia Louis
Brilliantly addictive and dark -- Russell Kane
Praise for Gillian McAllister ― -
I read it in a breathless day and a half. I loved every page
As tense as a piano string ― Sunday Times
An exceptional thriller with a thumping, emotional heart ― Heat
Addictive, clever, twisty ― Sun
I loved this gripping and thought-provoking read
Tense, compelling, with a clever grand reveal ― Daily Mail
One of the best courtroom dramas I've ever read
Kept me glued to every page ― Good Housekeeping
Gripping, cleverly-constructed, and heart-wrenching. Truly original
Intelligent. Compulsive. Heart-wrenching. Unforgettable
A thrilling mystery with a strong emotional heart ― Woman & Home
Ingeniously constructed, with real flesh-and-blood characters and cliff-hanging suspense --Questo testo si riferisce alla paperback edizione.
- ASIN : B08WH631DN
- Editore : Penguin (8 luglio 2021)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Dimensioni file : 3415 KB
- Da testo a voce : Abilitato
- Screen Reader : Supportato
- Miglioramenti tipografici : Abilitato
- X-Ray : Abilitato
- Word Wise : Abilitato
- Lunghezza stampa : 448 pagine
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 352,164 in Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Kindle Store)
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The Plant's are a very close trio of siblings. They run a successful vet practice and live in adjoining cottages where they literally live in each other's pockets. An incident whilst on holiday in Verona changes their lives forever, and our family unravels in the worst way possible. Relationships are ruined, truths are covered and uncovered, and we find out just how far each is prepared to go to protect each other. It is totally gripping.
However it didn’t quite reach the four and five stars I have previously given her books as there was one element that downgraded it for me… I found the dialogue incredibly confusing at times. I get that these siblings can read each other without needing to spell everything out, but the reader can’t, so I was frequently left scratching my head trying to decipher their dialogue, which didn’t seem to flow naturally between one character to the next. Often one of the siblings would ask a question or offer an observation and the answer wouldn’t match or wouldn’t make sense. It happened a lot and that distracted me from the plot. However, I did enjoy the overall story and I am glad I persevered with it as the twists were great.
The writing is fine but none of the main characters are particularly likeable. I was also disappointed by the ‘twist’ and the motive in the end.
Are we really supposed to believe that a bright (she got into university to be a vet even if she later dropped out) middle class woman with a supportive family could have thought for one minute that the person she had a one night stand with in another country could get full custody of their child? The man couldn’t have been on the birth certificate, the kid was born in the UK, a British citizen and had no relationship with his dad in Italy. Even a cursory google would have told her he didn’t have a hope in hell. It was just ridiculous and ruined the book for me.