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19 November 2019

Blog Tour: Book Review: Through the Wall by Caroline Corcoran *AD Gifted

Avon sent me a free review copy of Through the Wall by Caroline Corcoran ahead of the blog tour.

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Lexie loves her home. She feels safe and secure in it – and loved, thanks to her boyfriend Tom.

But recently, something’s not been quite right. A book out of place. A wardrobe door left open. A set of keys going missing…

Tom thinks Lexie’s going mad – but then, he’s away more often than he’s at home nowadays, so he wouldn’t understand.

Because Lexie isn’t losing it. She knows there’s someone out there watching her. And, deep down, she knows there’s nothing she can do to make them stop…

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5 Words: Jealousy, relationships, family, perfection, perception.

I loved how the narrative split between the characters, so we saw it all from different viewpoints. It was easier to understand some of their actions and empathise with them a little, as you could see things from their perspectives. The character development was incredible.

Although it took me a little while to get in to the story, the chapters in Through the Wall by Caroline Corcoran are short, and I absolutely flew through this book. They helped to add to the fast pace and building tension, and I could not put it down. Through the Wall is absolutely a compulsive read, it's atmospheric and cleverly written. It gave me goosebumps and freaked me out.

I think one of my favourite things about this book is the importance of sound - I thought it was a really clever way to build the tension in the story and for characters to be driven by.

I liked how the story explored how people present what they want to, and that not everything is as it seems (especially online). I liked the jealousy of the characters, how they thought the grass was greener.

I will absolutely read more by Caroline Corcoran.

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