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Hope Close I have read quite a few books from this author and enjoyed them all This was no exception, I found it to be an excellent read with good, well developed characters all with their own story to tell.The book held my interest throughout and I would have no hesitation in recommending it. This was an excellent thriller based around a cul de sac of houses in the English countryside Right from the beginning I just knew that this book would suck me right in and yes it sure did do that This book had everything I love in a good book, great storyline, strong characters, mystery, intrigue and plenty of thrills I highly recommend this book and have no hesitation rating it a 5 read.My thanks to the author Tina Seskis for the opportunity to review an advance copy of this book and my opinions are all entirely my own.This was an excellent thriller based around a cul de sac of houses in the English countryside Right from the beginning I just knew that this book would suck me right in and yes it sure did do that This book had everything I love in a good book, great storyline, strong characters, mystery, intrigue and plenty of thrills I highly recommend this book and have no hesitation rating it a 5 read.My thanks to the author Tina Seskis for the opportunity to review an advance copy of this book and my opinions are all entirely my own. Quiet Street Perfect Homes Not So Perfect Lives Hope Close A Leafy, Tranquil Backwater In The Heart Of The English Countryside But When Andy Meyer Moves In, It Soon Becomes Clear That Picture Perfect Homes Can Hide Less Than Perfect Lives Fresh From Rehab And With No Interest In Meeting His Neighbours, Andy Erects Forbidding Gates To Keep The Ghosts Of His Past And Any Prying Eyes At BayNext Door, In The Grandest House, Layla Is Unhappily Married To A Much Older Man And Desperately Misses Her Young Son, Who Has Been Banished To Boarding School When Lonely Nicole From Over The Road Confides Her Own Secret Heartache To Layla, The Two Women Form An Unlikely Bond Until One Of Them Attracts The Attention Of Their Mysterious New NeighbourThe Only Person To Sense Something Dangerous About Andy Is Busybody Joan But Will Her Suspicions Bring Her Than She Bargains For As The Past Catches Up With The Residents Of Hope Close, It Becomes Clear That The Intriguing New Neighbour Isn T The Only One With Something To Hide [Download] ➵ Fisica 1 - Principios y Problemas By Paul W. 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Tina Seskis is on form with this intriguing story of a secretive, reclusive young man with regrets about something shameful in his past Her depiction of Hope Close as an environment of anxious, claustrophobic, mis matched people and their random houses, which is supposed to be a pleasant retreat in a beautiful area is skillful The diverse characters and dissatisfactions, jealousies and fear of discovery, leading to neighbourly, and often un neighbourly, interactions, which eventually give rise to a series of denouements, some unexpected as per Tina s clever storytelling, some quietly but satisfyingly predictable Sensitive, observant, timely A good read all round. I ve only read one of Tina Seskis s books so when I was offered the chance to read an ARC copy of her newest novel I was keen to take part I loved the previous book I read and this was no exception The characters who live in Hope Close are all well developed, described in detail and made me feel like I knew them But, they all held their own secrets I felt compassion, intrigue and suspicion of all of them and was eager to find out what those secrets were Through the book there were many suspicions which grew and revolved about all characters and mostly the new resident in Hope Close, Andy The neighbours all had their own views about him but which of them will be the one to rumble his secrets A fantastic thriller Thoroughly recommend you read this I was lucky enough to be given an ARC copy of this book by Tina on her author page is exchange for an honest review I enjoyed this book quite a bit Eventhough it is quite a lot of backstory with secrets woven in, that back story in so necessary for the twists and secrets to be revealed I also feel that the descriptive elements made you feel that you were part of Hope Close, just another neighbour peeking out of her curtains to see what was going to happen next The thing about this book, is that all of it is so believable especially if you have lived on a cul de sac Everyone knows your business and nothing can be kept secret Even if you think it is I was really excited to read and review Hope Close by Tina Seskis as I ve read all of her previous books and loved them all This one didn t disappoint it was brilliant I enjoyed learning about all the wonderfully complex characters as she built their stories throughout the book giving away a few surprises along the way while still keeping me guessing until the end It was one of those books that you can t stop reading and yet don t want to end even though you are desperate to find out the truth It was a wonderful read and I now have a huge book hangover and no idea what to read next as it will be a hard act to follow Thank you Tina Seskis I think this is going to be a contender for my favourite read of 2020 Three women, Layla, Joan and Nicole live in Hope Close with their husbands A mysterious new neighbour moves in, keeps himself to himself and erects a large set of gates What does the new neighbour have to hide.I have read a books before with the premis about neighbours and one or the other have a secret and for me I find the stories quite entertaining This book I thought was ok but had enough to keep my interest until the end.Each chapter follows each of the women and how they entwine and how they each live their lives The reader also follows the new neighbour who clearly has something to hide The story progresses until all is revealed and why.I felt this book had enough to keep my interest and I did want to find out what the big secret was I felt however that the story just plodded along at times and I just wanted it to move up a notch and move on a little I would say if you like Liane Moriarty then this book is for you A modern setting with a very mismatched bunch of characters There was some funny moments in the book especially with what some of the characters did get up to A good, ok read.I would like to thank Tina Seskis via Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review the book. This title had a solid plot and utilized four different POVs to converge the story arcs together for the denouement Although immediately drawn into Layla, Nicole, Joan, and Andy s world, I found the writing style detracted and my attention faltered The narrative dialog ratio was at least 80 20 There were points in the novel in which a grouping of chapters would pass by without possessing a single line of dialog This made for a cumbersome read, never really allowing the reader to become fully engrossed in the story Personally, I love foreshadowing and intrigue, but in this case the hints and innuendos seemed to be drawn out and overblown to the extreme So much so, that the big reveal was a disappointment Especially in Andy s situation I really liked the plot and the mechanics of this title However, I am also a proponent of show don t tell and believe that this is what tempered my enthusiasm for the book.Thank you to NetGalley, Publishing UK, and Tina Seskis for an ARC of Hope Close in exchange for an honest and voluntary review.

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