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Then she was gone...Lisa Jewell

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Cherryblossom200 Wed 11-Oct-17 20:24:19

Wow just wow. I just finished this. Hard to read as a mother myself, but brilliantly written with lots of twists and turns.

Has anyone else read it? I'm now thinking I may read another of her books as I like the authors writing style - any recommendations? Or any other suggestions of any good page turner books with lots of twits and turns? 😊

CoteDAzur Wed 11-Oct-17 20:53:06

The one Lisa Jewell book I read was indeed full of twits grin

Cherryblossom200 Wed 11-Oct-17 21:00:17

Ha ha very tired today! 'Twits' 'twists' all the same 😆

Whatshouldmyusernamebe Thu 12-Oct-17 21:52:42

She's a fantastic writer especially her later books.

CoteDAzur Thu 12-Oct-17 22:38:16

She writes chick-lit. "Fantastic writer" might be a slight exaggeration.

crookedhooker Thu 12-Oct-17 22:42:06

I read in a day. Couldn't leave it down.

L0quacious Thu 12-Oct-17 22:46:54

I preferred her earlier stuff. Wading through I found you.

Whatshouldmyusernamebe Fri 13-Oct-17 07:56:41

I don't agree that it's chick lit and I read a wide range of authors.
Also fantastic writer is my opinion.

Papergirl1968 Fri 13-Oct-17 23:11:10

Opposite to LO, I struggled with 31 Dream Street, which I found a bit fluffy, but think her later books are really good. Enjoyed The Girls, The House We Grew Up In, and The Making Of Us. I haven’t read her last couple yet but they look good.
I wouldn’t call the more recent ones chick lit really. Or maybe they’re chick lit with depth.
It’s very dismissive to say chick lit authors can’t be fantastic writers, Cote.

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