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Book Review The Fear Of Things To Come by Kathryne Arnold

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Book Review - The Fear Of Things To Come by Kathryne Arnold

Our Book Review
An excellent psychological thriller written in a simplistic language and a plot that is well thought out and easy to follow.

As soon as I picked up the novel and starting reading it i could not put it down as the author had got me hooked and the only disappointment was the time it took to read, it was over too quickly.  An excellent and enjoyable read.

When her lover goes missing and does not return, Samantha's world is turned upside down when she starts receiving strange letters.

With the help of her close friends and the police she is taken on a ride of turbulent emotions which takes her to her past life to find the answer to her nightmare.

The author has used her experience in counselling psychology to create an excellent range of characters whose actions and emotions are truly believable.

As the reader you feel as if you an invisible entity at the back of each situation and you want to reach out and be involved .

The range of emotions throughout the story that you feel change with which characters you are following. Again showing the authors experience and expertise in a very complicated area of human nature.

I found this book very intriguing and had me enthralled from page one.  An excellent thriller which is highly charged in people's emotions and what motives the way certain human beings behave and act.  Also there is a message hidden in the book that if you give someone a chance that they can change.

Anyone who enjoys an easy to follow thriller with an excellent storyline must pick up this book and read it.


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