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Ratings and Book Reviews (6 38 star ratings
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  • 5 person found this review helpful

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    Amazing

    Great book for all ages. Loads of suspense and Drama!
  • 4 person found this review helpful

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    Brilliant

    One word fabulous. Read it now. Utterly compelling Situations and characters and very very nicely written. Throughly recommend this book and author
  • 3 person found this review helpful

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    A nice easy read

    Lexie has the perfect boyfriend, a lovely home and a great job all she wants now is a baby. Her neighbour Harriett is young, beautiful and single, she also has a lovely home and a great job, all she wants now is a boyfriend, Lexie’s boyfriend to be exact. The more she sees him the more she needs him and nothing is going to stop her from getting what she wants. When the two neighbours come face to face only one of them is going to walk away unscathed. The story is set out so we see how each of the women thinks and acts as they live side by side. Lexie is settled and desperate for a child, we follow her as she suffers heartache and bullying. Harriet is lonely, having parties most nights just to be around other people, she wants what Lexie has. Both women are envious of each other. I really enjoyed Through the Wall, I liked the way it was set out and I loved the character build-up. I found that the characters could become annoying at times, especially if you haven’t been in the situations they have, as it is hard to understand their actions, so you have to take that into account. I enjoyed the way Harriet’s character developed, seeing it through her eyes and how her mind gave logical reasons as to why she behaved the way she did. I found the book to be a nice easy read and I struggle to put it down. I also found the ending satisfying as it did not leave me with any unanswered questions. I look forward to reading future books by this author as this book was superb.
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    Very, very disappointing

    Very disappointing - so many unpleasant characters, a boring story and repetitive storyline and appalling grammar throughout.
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    Ok, but in need of a good edit

    The premise was good, but the storyline predictable and inevitable. The author gives away too much background on the "baddie" too soon so there was limited opportunity for character development or plot twists.
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