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Ratings and Book Reviews (11 66 star ratings
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3.4 out of 5
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    The family at number 13

    Definitely different and off the grid. I am unsure as to whom the book was about either the family or the tenant who is also a counselor. A bit strange at times and some of the plot didn't appear to have any relevance to the overall story but okay.
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    Terrible, a complete waste of time.

    This book was not gripping as the preview said it would be. It was not thrilling or even entertaining. It was laborius reading this book waiting for something meaningful or exciting to happen.
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    Not for me

    Unfortunately this was not a book that I enjoyed reading. It really dragged on with no apparent direction for a long time. None of the characters were likable to me .I especially hated the cat scene. Which normally that doesn't matter if there is a strong story line. Since there was neither in my opinion, it was a long, tough read. I was excited to read this book but I personally did not care for it. #TheFamilyatNumber13#NetGalley
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    A tale of love and loss

    Beautiful, intelligent and wealthy, Mary seems to have it all but what’s happening behind closed doors is what makes her story worth telling. Sounds like an excerpt of many mystery thriller books we seem to read these days but what makes it stand out is that Mr. Monaghan is so clearly expending the existing norm of this genre, pushing the boundaries with his unique voice which leaves me nothing less than impressed and for that alone i add an additional star to my rating. This is not just another mystery full of twists just for the sake of it, it’s an insightful and a beautifully written tale of a family so broken beyond repair. I was drawn into their lives from the very first page thanks to author’s incredible way with words, it made me care. This wasn’t a typical thrilling whodunnit type of book, instead it was slow paced in a best possible way. To quote Mr. Monaghan “Power was always more effective when it was quiet.”
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    The family at number 13

    Somewhat disjointed story ending abruptly. Extensive liberty taken on expanding words unnecesarily
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