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Ratings and Book Reviews (7 67 star ratings
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  • 7 person found this review helpful

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    Great

    I liked this book very much, thought it is a creepy one. Interesting set up with unecspecting ending.
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    Awesome

    I love this book it kept my attention right from the start. I had to know what happened next very interesting and would love to read more like it
  • 5 person found this review helpful

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    Mysterious and dark

    A psychological thriller, set around a grieving family on an isolated Scottish isle, S. K. Tremayne’s The Ice Twins is enthralling, definitely creepy, and intriguingly dark. Intertwining mysteries surround what seems like a simple question – which six-year-old died. But the problem’s far deeper than that, as the survivor’s identity shifts and changes while grieving parents struggle to carve a space to believe in themselves. The author makes me believe in the central mystery – that it really would be possible not to know which twin had survived. But now there are other issues to resolve – whose guilt, what guilt, and why? Meanwhile the creaks and groans of a settling cottage, so evocatively described, might be haunted footsteps in the night. I wished the parents kept closer watch over the children. I found myself frequently begging them not to leave the survivor alone. But I believe, by the end; they really would behave this way; and it’s sad and it’s real... and it’s haunting. A very cool, dark, scary blend of horror, mystery and drama, The Ice Twins is a fast, enthralling read with a satisfying end. Disclosure: It was a mothers’ day present.
  • 5 person found this review helpful

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    Chilling but lacklustre ending

    I thought the story line was quite good throughout and appeared to be building up to a spectacular ending, but it kind of petered out and I was a little disappointed-not sorry I read it though. Parts of it were quite spooky.
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    Excellent read

    Good book. Could not stop reading it. Storyline kept you guessing. Read the book in two days. Recommend this book.
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