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Braceface Sat 06-Jan-18 11:30:11

I've been engrossed in this book for the past 2 days. Incredible.

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Braceface Sat 06-Jan-18 17:09:02

Anyine else read this? Highly recommend it!

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ichbineinstasumer Sat 06-Jan-18 17:11:04

I'll put it on my list. have just started Edward St Aubyn's Patrick Melrose novels but the first one is so grim so far that I don't know if I will continue

Braceface Sat 06-Jan-18 18:22:45

It's by Charity Norman. Don't read if you have a child who is currently travelling!!

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kimlo Sat 06-Jan-18 18:43:15

I liked it, read it in a couple of days.

BikeRunSki Sat 06-Jan-18 18:50:07

I have not read it, but this thread has inspired me to look at it online. It sounds very similar to The Lie by CL Taylor, which I also read in about 2 days.

Braceface Sat 06-Jan-18 19:32:20

Kimlo have you read any of her other books?

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kimlo Sat 06-Jan-18 19:48:07

no, it was being recomended on the facebook group glossed in a good book.

I hadn't realised she had written anything else, I'll have a look and add them to my huge tbr pile.

Braceface Sat 06-Jan-18 20:17:38

After the fall by her is good.

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tripfiction Sat 06-Jan-18 20:19:56

I really like Charity Norman as a writer. I first came across her book "After the Fall" and I have always thereafter been keen to read her latest novel. As @braceface says, don't read this if you have a child travelling on gap year

Nearlyadoctor Tue 16-Jan-18 14:58:07

Just finished it, having seen it on this thread. Only took me two days which is the quickest I've read anything in a long time. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

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