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  • Creepy & Electrifying!

    SK Tremayne's latest novel is a terrifically creepy and thought-provoking psychological thriller. Journalist Jo Ferguson is ecstatic to be offered a home in a luxury Camden flat by wealthy friend, Tabitha, at a very good rate. It is equipped with all modern conveniences and state of the art technology, overseen and managed by a meticulous home and personal assistant, called Electra. Jo's life has fallen apart, she has recently divorced, and financially, she is in a bit of a pickle. In this story which is told mostly from Jo's perspective, the reader gets to see how her life slowly descends into a darkness where she finds herself in dreadful danger. Sean Tremayne's writing style was delightful, and I appreciated the narrative and the vivid imagery he conveyed. The pacing was comfortable, and the tension soon escalated to a nail-biting, suspenseful levels. This was an absolute cracker of a thriller that, in addition to being riveting and absolutely compulsive, served as a warning of what the future might well hold. With no disappointments, this was a cleverly plotted page-turner with a jaw-dropping twist leading up to an exciting, electrifying conclusion. Horrifying and timely, and full of harboured secrets, I would recommend this unsettling and unpredictable novel for anyone who enjoys psychological thrillers. This review was written voluntarily and was not influenced by the fact that I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel from HarperCollins via NetGalley.

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  • A scarily true to life psychological thriller

    Jo hears her Home Assistant (Alexa type gadget) talking to her about a secret from her past. Is she going mad, or is it real? This is a heart-stopping psychological thriller about when Jo’s home gadgets know too much about her, and start threatening her with that information. So plausible that I found it rather scary, and also compulsive reading to find out if it is all in Jo’s mind, or who or what is behind it all. Just as I thought things couldn’t get worse for Jo, another twist happened. Clearly written, with great characters and an easy to follow plot. Very involving and intriguing. What could happen if smart devices become a bit too smart? The references to poems by Sylvia Plath will add an extra edge for fans of hers. 5*s from me, as this is a very involving and dark novel about how smart technology, and social media, could change your life in a very scary way.

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