Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Book Review: A Single Breath by Lucy Clarke

Title: A Single Breath

Author: Lucy Clarke
Publisher: HarperCollins
Publication Date: 27th March 2014


The deeper the water, the darker the secrets

There were so many times I thought about telling you the truth, Eva. What stopped me was always the same thing…

When Eva’s husband Jackson tragically drowns, she longs to meet his estranged family. The journey takes her to Jackson’s brother’s doorstep on a remote Tasmanian island. As strange details about her husband’s past begin to emerge, memories of the man she married start slipping through her fingers like sand, as everything she ever knew and loved about him is thrown into question. Now she’s no longer sure whether it was Jackson she fell in love with – or someone else entirely…

The truth is, it was all a lie . . .

didn't like it didn't like it didn't like it didn't like it didn't like it  - Best Suspense and Intriguing read so far in 2014
I loved The Sea Sisters so when I found out Lucy was bringing a second book out, I was excited! Thank You to Jaime Frost @ HarperCollins for my fantastic ARC copy for in return an honest review. Firstly I love the cover..different shades of blue and looks like a very intriguing book...

Eva is so in love with her husband Jackson and wants to spend the rest of her life with him until a tragic accident and Jackson tragically drowns. Eva is left distraught and has always been longing to meet Jackson's estranged family, her journey starts at Jackson's brother's doorstep on a beautiful remote Tasmanian island..Details about her husband's past start to emerge and Eva starts to doubt whether she really knew the man she loved & married after all...

A Single Breath was just amazing and gripping. Lucy Clarke really knows how to suck her readers in and keep them on their toes, never knowing what really happened to Jackson and all the sneaky secrets..
I am so jealous that Lucy has been to all these fab places in her books, one thing I love while reading her books is being about to dream about these fab exotic places.
The plot is just amazingly written and I easily loved the characters, It was so easy to get to know Eva and I could easy feel the pain through losing her husband, it was heartbreaking to read but was so gripping that you just couldn't put the book down.

I can't express how much I really enjoyed A Single Breath so so much as I feel you need to pick up this book and read for your self, it is the only way to truly understand how amazing it is.A terrifying and gripping read which leaves you wanting to keep going with the book as you never knew what was going to happen.
If you loved The Sea Sisters then your going to be even more of a huge fan of this one.
Grab a copy now!

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