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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, 222 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 Point of Rescue - Sophie HannahSophie Hannah - The Point of Rescue, another page- turning r ... (630 words)
by jeffjen - written on 21/03/09, updated on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 186 readings)
If you have read my earlier reviews, you will have noticed I am a fan of Sophie Hannah and have enjoyed her first two novels, as I love a good thriller! This, the third is just as good, and I know I have found a new author to enjoy. Sally Thorning is a hard-working mother of two young children. Her husband often seems oblivious to the chaos around him, and Sally often feels she has three children not two! After a particularly stressful day - someone tries to push her under a bus! - Sally is watching the news about the tragic death of a woman and her daughter. When the details are relayed on screen, Sally realises she knows of this family, in particular the father, ...
The Point of Rescue - Sophie HannahThe very definition of a page turner! (1890 words)
by missixty - written on 05/09/08 (Very useful, 118 readings)
it not to suffer too greatly. It was a really fun and entertaining read. It was good enough for me to thoroughly enjoy it but not good enough for Sophie Hannah to become an instant favorite author of mine. If I saw any of her books on sale and there wasn t anything better to choose from I would buy her other books and I think I d enjoy reading them but it wasn t enough to have me running to the nearest book shop stocking up on all her past titles or waiting for her next book to come out. It was great, I did love the book, but it wasn t quite on my favorite list. That said, I feel then like I m not emphasizing how much I loved this book, I really did, it was the most ...