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Through the Wall

Through the Wall


Through the Wall

valoraciones:
3/5 (6 valoraciones)
Longitud:
10 horas
Publicado:
Sep 19, 2019
ISBN:
9780008335113
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

Lexie’s got the perfect life. And someone else wants it....

Lexie loves her home. She feels safe and secure in it – and loved, thanks to her boyfriend Tom.

But recently, something’s not been quite right. A book out of place. A wardrobe door left open. A set of keys going missing....

Tom thinks Lexie’s going mad – but then, he’s away more often than he’s at home nowadays, so he wouldn’t understand.

Because Lexie isn’t losing it. She knows there’s someone out there watching her. And, deep down, she knows there’s nothing she can do to make them stop....

Publicado:
Sep 19, 2019
ISBN:
9780008335113
Formato:
Audiolibro


Sobre el autor

Caroline Corcoran’s first novel, Through The Wall, came out in October 2019. It was a Sunday Times top 20 bestseller and translated into numerous foreign languages.Her second book, The Baby Group, published in September 2020.As well as writing books, Caroline is a freelance lifestyle and popular culture journalist who has written and edited for most of the top magazines, newspapers and websites in the UK.Twitter: @cgcorcoranInstagram: @carolinecorcoranwriter

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  • (2/5)
    I thought the book had potential but just fell short. My book club decided on it but because of negative reviews DNF. I decided to finish and while the last 15% got better it just didn't redeem itself.
  • (4/5)
    I was so intrigued by the premise of this story. Two women living next door to each other, each thinking the other has the perfect enviable life.The two women are Lexie and Harriet. Lexie lives with Tom and she's desperate for a baby. Harriet lives in the flat next door, on the other side of a fairly thin wall, and she's rather more unstable. In alternating chapters we hear from each one as they simultaneously fall apart.They say the grass is always greener and never more so than for Lexie and Harriet. Each is convinced the other has this sparkly and wonderful life compared to their own and yet nothing could be further from the truth. What works so well in this book is the claustrophobic feel of the flats. They're in a sought after part of London, and are not cheap, but they still live virtually on top of each other. They can hear what the others are up to in the next door flat and it starts to take over their lives.It took me a bit of getting into Through The Wall, mainly I think because of the similarities between the two women. I kept getting muddled up with who was talking. But once I got into the story I soon got over that and I found this a difficult book to put down. It has short chapters, little bursts of narrative that kept me turning the pages quickly. Towards the end I was dreading what might happen, almost reading between my fingers, and the last word is, well, a bit of a jaw-dropper.Caroline Corcoran portrays well what it must be like to be stalked, to be made to feel like you're going crazy. She also hits the spot in terms of unrequited love, obsession and desperation. I thought it was a fabulous debut. It's full of tension and is scarier than any murder mystery. I'll be excited to see what this author comes up with next.