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The Other Half Lives - Sophie HannahOne half dies... and so did this book! (1101 words)
by jeffjen - written on 27/12/09 (Very useful, 214 readings)
- because the Mary Trelease that Ruth knows is very much alive... I had been eagerly awaiting the release of this book in paperback format, as I thoroughly enjoyed Sophie Hannah s previous novels : Little Face , Hurting Distance and The Point Of Rescue . I really enjoy a good psychological thriller and Sophie Hannah s previous thrillers did not disappoint, so I could not wait to get stuck into The Other Half Lives . The story begins in December 2007, with Ruth and Aidan in a hotel room, confessing to each other their troubled pasts. Whilst Ruth finds it very difficult to speak of what she did wrong, Aidan, on the other hand, seems to find it a lot easier to ...
The Fantastic Book of Everybody's Secrets - Sophie HannahThe Fantastic Book of Secrets- Tell Everyone You Know (517 words)
by vanpiggy - written on 21/12/09, updated on 15/05/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
The Fantastic Book of Everybody s Secrets is a collection of brilliantly written short stories by talented Crime/Thriller writer Sophie Hannah. I had read two of Hannah s novels and thoroughly enjoyed them and decided to purchase this collection for further reading. Believe me- if you ve enjoyed a Sophie Hannah novel then you will love her short stories. Each story contains the elements that give her novels such a distinctive style and class- intensely wrought characters, troubled relationships and the twisted inner workings of the human psyche. Part dark comedy, part horrific tragedy, you never quite know where Hannah is taking you, but you love each part of the ...
Little Face - Sophie HannahIt's a wise mother who knows her own child.... (843 words)
by sheri3004 - written on 03/06/06, updated on 03/06/06 (Very useful, 1705 readings)
A new novel by Sophie Hannah is cause for great celebration, at least as far as I m concerned. I loved her three previous novels - "Cordial and Corrosive" (probably my favourite), "Gripless" and "The Superpower of Love" - and am also a big fan of her poetry. So I was absolutely delighted to get my hands on this latest novel. "Little Face" is, however, something of a departure from Sophie s previous work. It s described on the jacket as a "psychological thriller" and is clearly packaged and marketed as such, with one of those cover pictures - common to missing-child thrillers - of an empty corridor with an abandoned toy at ...