❴Reading❵ ➻ I Let You Go Author Clare Mackintosh – Dolove.info

I Let You Go A Tragic Accident It All Happened So Quickly She Couldn T Have Prevented It Could She In A Split Second, Jenna Gray S World Descends Into A Nightmare Her Only Hope Of Moving On Is To Walk Away From Everything She Knows To Start Afresh Desperate To Escape, Jenna Moves To A Remote Cottage On The Welsh Coast, But She Is Haunted By Her Fears, Her Grief And Her Memories Of A Cruel November Night That Changed Her Life ForeverSlowly, Jenna Begins To Glimpse The Potential For Happiness In Her Future But Her Past Is About To Catch Up With Her, And The Consequences Will Be Devastating


10 thoughts on “I Let You Go

  1. says:

    WOW I just finished this book about 10 minutes ago and I m very impressed I m also very tired as it s now after 5am I will be so very tired today but it is totally worth it I have so many good books that I want to read right now I keep adding to my collection faster than I m reading I ve gotten into a bad habit of reading a couple of pages of new books and forgetti


  2. says:

    Jacob, a five year old boy is killed at the start of the novel NOTHING PLEASANT SO FAR Then for the next 400 or so pages we feel nothing for this poor child We never knew him to begin with His death is a shock incident we have no emotional connection with him whatsoever So the story is about who killed him why did the driver hit Jacob and drive away And why the hell


  3. says:

    Bravo Bravo Ms Mackintosh for completely blowing my mind and making me an emotional wreck 4.5 Stars rounded up to 5 5 Stars for phenomenal narration I didn t figure this one out Fantastic book Wonderful audio I can t believe this was a debut This is a hard book to review without giving away spoilers What I will say is that this novel starts out as a simple but devast


  4. says:

    I love a good psychological thriller, and this one fell into the category of excellent ones Holy macaroni Batman I did NOT see that twist coming in a million years I just stared at the page whilst my brain scrambled to get some footing again And it wasn t the only one But the BIGGIE was done so very, very well A tragic accident It all happened so quickly She couldn t


  5. says:

    I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh is a 2016 Berkley publication I heard so many good things about this book, by the time I got my hands on a copy I was frothing at the mouth with excitement Did the book live up to all the hype Oh yeah, it s very clever The one downside is that it is hard to say much of anything at all about the plot, so I will refer you back to the book


  6. says:

    Thought I was finished reading for the night but decided that I just had to finish this one While I had it all figured out early on, it didn t keep me from enjoying this one Extremely well written debut and I look forward to her next book.Jacob is a 5 year old little boy who lets go of his mother s hand for a brief moment and is killed in a hit and run in the prologue o


  7. says:

    I can t believe this book And the significance of the words OMG written in the sand has to do with both my reaction and something in the book that I m not going to tell you Headlights glint on wet tarmac, the dazzle blinding them every few seconds Waiting for a break in the traffic they duck across the busy road, and she tightens her grip on the small hand inside the sof


  8. says:

    I stayed up late last night to finish this one which speaks volumes about how much I was enjoying it, as I value my sleep than anything else in life A young mum walks her 5 year old son home from school, like any other day Except that this day is different, her son lets go of her hand and is hit by a car and killed instantly.In Part 1 we flick between two POVs that of th


  9. says:

    How the hell did I miss this GREAT debut First of all and most IMPORTANT GO IN COLD TURKEY FOLKS, AND READ IT I LET YOU GO all begins with an inexcusable crime that leads to an investigative division with a story of its own on the hunt With a very subtle underlying current of something brewing that might be construed as slow going there s another unexpected tragedy, a


  10. says:

    I Let You Go is incredibly cliche and predictable, the format of the book was so familiar because a lot of thrillers seem to follow the same trend.It s all muddled at the start,then we get to about the halfway point and there s a big twist or revelation and the book is switching between the past and present to eventually uncover the mystery view spoiler And then the bad guy


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