I was instantly drawn by the cover and plot. The idea of Him is very intriguing, I really enjoyed reading this and I felt the pace developed to become more tense throughout.
by A D (via NetGalley)
I received a copy of this book through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. To be truthful, I wasn't sure I was going to like this book but was drawn in by the cover alone. I can only describe this book as being a type of sci-fi Thriller.
Rebecca is a 35 year old single woman, living almost 40 miles away from her hometown, once again plagued with nightmares of a terrifying creature calling out to her to come home. So why are they back? This question is only answered by the strong urge that has come over her to go back home for answers. She becomes paranoid and possibly delusional when she suspects creepy men of stalking her despite her uncle's insistence she is full of herself. But is it actually paranoia or is everything she thought to be real from her childhood suddenly coming back with a vengence? Is Mr. Blue real and if he is... How did he come to be? So many secrets unravel in this book and it kept me reading until the wee hours of the morning.
I was pleasantly surprised by this story. There were no loose ends and everything ended up being tied together quite nicely in the end. I don't know where this author came from, but I really hope he continues writing and I will remain on the lookout for more by him in the future!
by Dara Miller (via NetGalley)
This novel had me absolutely addicted! I've never read something quite this unique! The author is amazing with his descriptions & sets the world up beautifully! Definitely recommend!
by Vicki Rose (via NetGalley)
Great book, well written and a fantastic storyline that is well executed. Highly recommended. Good characters, and the author has done a good job in exploring them and presenting them to the reader.
by Sarah Bird
Rebecca is 30 and does not get on with her parents so leaves home. Her uncle gives her a job and helps her get a flat. She has recurring nightmares and the book is structured so we get a good insight into these, but who or what is causing them? I chose this as my Halloween 2018 listen and was hooked all the way through. The pace is steady yet action-packed and detailed enough so you get a good idea of what's going on and also into Rebecca's sessions of cognitive behavioral therapy. Rebecca is likeable and strongwilled and a good lead character. I got annoyed with her uncle for being so sceptical and disbelieving about her nightmares. The book is very twisty and there's lots of tension.
by Katherine Hayward
This isn’t my usual choice of read and it was slow going at first but I found myself enjoying it and really getting into the story. Definitely worth a read if this book is your preferred genre. Thanks to NetGalley and the publishers for the ARC in return for an honest and unbiased opinion.
by Angela Grove