Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Review: The Watcher

The Watcher The Watcher by Netta Newbound
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If someone said to me "Sue, sum this book up in a few words or sentences"

Gripping from the first page
steady pace that quickens its steps to the point of exciting the reader to 'read on' just another chapter.
This has the jaw dropping mind boggling WOW factor with the creepiness that keeps you tingling, that sends shivers down your spine to the worry of fretting over Hannah.

This also had the OMG factor, the more The Watcher came to the fore.


SNAP-SNAP-SNAP

Yes that has relevance to the plot....SNAP

Max.
I so loved Max. Shielding, protective, sexy Max.
Hannah was a lucky sod....for a while.

I am not prepared to delve into the storyline too much or the characters within the pages but what I will say is, this is simply the easiest 5 stars to give (and more)
It's edge of your seat reading.

The events that happen are remarkably mind blowing. I felt for each victim.

I'm blessed (or cursed) with a vivid mind. A book to me is very much like someone watching a film. The scenes play out, the people become 3 D, I can see them, I can feel them. Now when that happens to me and I'm left gasping at the last page, watch out author. I'll be looking for your next book.

I honestly and hand on heart saying. The ending was.......WHAT....OMG.
Is there a book 2.
If not, and this is the end then Watch out Hannah.

I placed my Kindle down and tried to sleep. It's been hard reading another book back to back with this one.
I've left it a day before deciding what to follow this one as I was left so much on a high.

Would I recommend this to you. Yes if you like psychological thrillers, crime, mild OMG moments and books that have a very high quality.

This is IT.





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