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  • Mystery, thriller and personal interest

    Mystery, thriller and personal interest Chloe was in the audience, all those years ago, when the actress died. Now they are putting that show on again, and that is not all that is coming back. Chloe works as an usher in the theatre where she used to rehearse as a child, and meet with her friends when the theatre was closed and all was quiet. Now memories of those days are coming back to haunt her. What she and her friends got up to that no-one else knows about. This is a story of ghosts, whether real or imagined is up to the reader to decide. It is also of love and the magic of the theatre. The characters are great, but is one of them a murderer? As with all of Louise Beech’s books you feel that she has made a story around her personal life experiences, and it is this that makes her books so wonderful. By the time I was halfway though the book I was desperate to know how it ends. I was not disappointed, the ending is one of the most powerful endings of any novel I have read. 5*s from me, because as well as being a great story, there are insights into human lives and why people do the things they do. And, of course, the ending is very memorable and totally wonderful. Thank you Louise Beech for another wonderful read.

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  • Chloe, Chloe!

    Found lead character boorish and annoying. Storyline was good but dragged out too long. Had its moments but seriously?

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  • A fab read

    My first book by this author. The prose... Oh the prose... It gave me goosebumps, there was something so haunting about it. I peered closely looking at the choice of words and the way they were juxtaposed to give off the maximum effect. I was in awe of this author whose instincts brought out the most atmospheric read. The author, Louise Beech, made me feel as if something or someone was treading over my grave. I was awake with my heart on my throat, feeling as if I were afloat on the cloud of slumber. Suspense and dread equally took up place in my heart where I wanted to read more, yet stop to hold off the knowledge. The story told to me in two timelines 2019 and 2005 where the past of the ouija board played on the senses of the present. The lives of the three, who played the board and invited those who ought to remain suspended, showed its effects right through the pages, the darkness of the moment casting its shadows on the characters. A wonderful atmospheric read.

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  • Reasonable plot and read

    Rather juvenile and M&B'ish. Did get some enjoyment because it had a sort of reasonable plot, the end being which I did suspect from from early on.

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  • Rubbish

    I have never read such a pathetic attempt to put words together and claim that it is a story.

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