34 Days – Guest Post Review
Title: 34 Days
Author: Anita Waller
Publisher: Bloodhound Books
Anna and Ray have been married for thirty-five years. They are parents and grandparents and appear to be a normal couple. But behind closed doors something isn’t right.
On the day of their wedding anniversary Anna makes a decision that changes everything and throws her family into turmoil. Anna will discover that she is not the only one who has suffered and by leaving Ray she sparks a series of events so awful that it might just end in murder…
My stop on the 34 Days Blog Tour! Welcome and I hope you enjoy my review.
An unusual and intriguing plot! Very cleverly written with some interesting characters, I could feel tension building as events unravelled and it has brilliant shock factor.
After the first chapter I could have guessed a millions times over where the story would take me but I would never have hit the nail on the head!
There are some characters I didn’t find likeable but the point of the story was understanding the relationships and seeing what made people tick and there was plenty to keep your brain busy working out who you loved and who irritated the living daylights out of you! Great to bring the characters to life in this way to give you such a strong opinion.
I was on edge wondering if secrets would be revealed at the wrong moment, then lulled into a false sense of security before being thrown straight back on edge it’s like being lost in a maze and worrying what you’ll see around every corner.
I don’t want to give away any spoilers but the twist had me give that theatrical gasp which sounds so cheesy!! It’s worth a read to see a unique story with some intense and unforgettable moments.
Looking forward to seeing what Anita Waller will come up with next with that crazy imagination!
Rating: Four Stars
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