Friday, 19 January 2018

Book Review: They All Fall Down by Tammy Cohen

She knows there’s a killer on the loose.

But no-one believes her.

Will she be next?

Hannah had a normal life – a loving husband, a good job. Until she did something shocking. Now she’s in a psychiatric clinic. It should be a safe place. But patients keep dying.

The doctors say it’s suicide. Hannah knows they’re lying. Can she make anyone believe her before the killer strikes again?

Ignore my awful photography skills. I had no idea I'd cut off the T in Tammy Cohen until I came to edit these photos. At which point, the book was long gone, in my grandmother's hands. 

Anyway, enough about my photography skills, or lack thereof. On with the review!

They All Fall Down was very nearly my favourite book of 2017, only losing out marginally to The Honeymoon by Tina Seksis. A thriller with a twist; this was a totally unique and original story. Keeping up an ominous feel throughout, it was impossible to put this book down. A real rollercoaster ride of a read that, when all was revealed, left me reeling.  

A five-star read, then, and a novel I would definitely recommend to all fans of thriller fiction. This book deserves a lot more recognition and praise than it has received so far. 

Rating: *****

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