11 May 2018

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Blog Tour Book Review / The Fear by CL Taylor **Contains Trigger Warning**

‘Grabs you by the metaphorical throat right from the start and doesn’t let up until the end.’ Heat

When Lou Wandsworth ran away to France with her teacher Mike Hughes, she thought he was the love of her life. But Mike wasn’t what he seemed and he left her life in pieces.

Now 32, Lou discovers that he is involved with teenager Chloe Meadows. Determined to make sure history doesn’t repeat itself, she returns home to confront him for the damage he’s caused.

But Mike is a predator of the worst kind, and as Lou tries to bring him to justice, it’s clear that she could once again become his prey…

The million copy Sunday Times bestseller returns with a taut, compelling psychological thriller that will have you glued to the edge of your seat.



Published:     2nd March 2018
Publisher:  Avon
Goodreads :  Click here
Series or Stand-Alone:  Stand-Alone
Source:  Review Copy from Publisher




MY REVIEW

** TRIGGER WARNING **  Before I start my review, I wanted to highlight a trigger warning in this book.  The main theme of this book centres around grooming of vulnerable young children/adults as well as kidnapping.

Now that the above is dealt with, onto my review.  I had not realised to what extent the main theme of this book ran.  I have to be honest and say that this part of the book did make me feel very uncomfortable but I think that was what was meant to happen. 

We follow Lou as she returns to the town that she grew up in and one that she fled many years before after a traumatic event happened involving her teacher when she was a teenager.  This book does delve into the 'relationship' in the past with Lou and her teacher, involving the sexual 'relationship'.  All of which I found shocking. 

This book definately did keep me on the edge of my seat.  I had no doubt who was the baddie in this book but put in a bad situation it is surprusing how good characters turn bad in those times. 

A truly gripping and uncomfortable read that kept me at the edge of my seat. 




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