In my opinion...
Oh Lucy Clarke, yet again you play your readers so well.
For those of us who follow Lucy on social media, this novel at times makes you feel it is scarily close to the truth…there are clues dangled before us, which may, or may not, enable us to have a glimpse into the author’s life. Facebook live feeds, tweets- yes they’re all there!
But how reliable is our narrator…
This is such a clever novel. We are drip fed information and I was hooked the whole time. I believed in the characters, I lived the story, I felt frustrated and wasn’t sure how it was going to be resolved. The clever twist did not disappoint.
Having read all of Lucy’s novels, I was really looking forward to it, and am happy to say she has not let me down. I now know when I have one of her books to read, I need to put time aside, as they are unputdownable, and yet again I will recommend this book to everybody.
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Nothing has felt right since Elle rented out her house . . .
I’M IN YOUR HOUSE
There’s a new coldness. A shift in the atmosphere. The prickling feeling that someone is watching her every move from the shadows.
I’M IN YOUR HEAD
Maybe it’s all in Elle’s mind? She’s a writer – her imagination, after all, is her strength. And yet every threat seems personal. As if someone has discovered the secrets that keep her awake at night.
AND NOW I KNOW YOUR SECRET
As fear and paranoia close in, Elle’s own home becomes a prison. Someone is unlocking her past – and she’s given them the key…
I was drinking...
Well to be honest, I didn't really move much at all whilst racing through 'You Let Me In' , but would like to raise a big glass to congratulate Lucy on the great reviews she's getting.
A whopping psychologically thrilling five glasses. I loved it.
Thank you NetGalley and Harper Collins UK for my ARC