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Book your christmas function in October to take advantage of the below pricing!!! Make your special day one to remember with photos to look back on for years to come. School balls and events are perfect for capturing a moment in time and the love of friends. The story is filled with interesting secondary characters as well, including Becky, a dead girl who had some major secrets; Dave, the misfit classmate who waffles between antagonism and helpfulness; Damien, the mentally disturbed boy locked up for brutally murdering his family; Duncan, the dead girl's grieving cousin; Andy, the handsome handyman; Tom, Abby's younger brother; and rescue dog Zelda, adopted by Abby's family but linked to the murdered family.
The rural setting also added to the drama as the isolation caused by non-existent or spotty cell phone coverage at Abby's home and various key sites made the threats against Abby all the more frightening. I would definitely recommend this book to readers teen and older for its fascinating plot and well-drawn characters.
The Australian setting got me interested initially, but the storyline hooked me. I read a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review. Jul 08, Saundra Wright rated it it was amazing. This is my first exposure to Rachel Sanderson's thrillers, and a very pleasant surprise. I expected a mystery and got a truly frightening thriller, no fantasy. It is a down to earth look at what a really twisted human being is capable of doing to others.
What can be more scary than that? Sanderson's writing style evokes the life of her small town in Australia, where all the inhabitants have grown up, some generation after genaration, knowing one anothers secrets. New people are sometimes wel This is my first exposure to Rachel Sanderson's thrillers, and a very pleasant surprise. New people are sometimes welcome, sometimes looked at with suspicion. Seldom are they let in behind the scenes.
The younger the child, the more easily they fit in among the townspeople. In the same way, Ms. Sanderson portrays the land. Australia comes to life as Abby walks and explores.
You can feel the heat, breathe the air, hear the birds, see the new town as she does. Her descriptive passages are beyond compare. Thus she builds her tension of the later psychologically intense scenes. I hate spoilers, so will simply say, you must read her writing or miss something exceptional! Abby is devastated when she is uprooted from her home in Sidney and moves to a small rural town five hours away. Her mom has taken the job as town doctor for the next twelve months.
The rest of the family tries to look at things from a brighter perspective, Tom, Abby's younger brother, looks for a fresh start, her mom's long time girlfriend is optomistic about writing opportunities.
Abby just feels isolated without her best friend, and the city she knows. The people of this new town treat her strangely. Soon Abby discovers the reason for the last. She could almost be the mirror image of a girl murdered, along with her parents six months before. Soon Abby becomes obssessed with the mystery of Rebecca O'Reilley's murder. Although Rebecca's slightly older brother was arrested for the murders, there still seem to be a lot of questions unanswered.
As she delves deeper into the mystery she endangers not only herself, but the budding friendships she has started, and eventually even her family, for if the brother is not the killer, then who is? Could Abby's inquiries set a killer after the lookalike Rebecca? Get your copy today and find out!
Jul 11, Rosemary rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: YA and the young at heart who like spooky thrillers. Mirror Me - a review by Rosemary Kenny Abby's Mom and her partner Stacey move with Abby and her son Tom to a small outback town, after living in Sydney, so she can take the doctor's job left vacant by the death of the previous GP. Deeply resentful of being separated from her BFF Becky and a familiar urban environment, Abby tries to cope, with her Mom's promise they'll only be there for a year and then return It begins on Abby's first day at Mirror Me - a review by Rosemary Kenny Abby's Mom and her partner Stacey move with Abby and her son Tom to a small outback town, after living in Sydney, so she can take the doctor's job left vacant by the death of the previous GP.
It begins on Abby's first day at school when people keep looking at her - and avoiding her. Surely she can't be that strange or unlikable? The truth when it's revealed is far more shocking as new friends Zeke and Cara reluctantly tell her she's the absolute twin image of a girl whose family lived in the house they've just moved into, who was murdered with her parents, supposedly by Rebecca's brother, who's now serving life in jail after admitting to the ghastly crime.
Whatever will Abby do next and how will the real killer be dangerously unmasked? Buy a copy of this spooky tale by the wonderful Rachel Sanderson today - and scare all your friends! Jul 08, Sarah Bourne rated it it was amazing. A pacy, clever book with engaging characters and an intriguing plot. I loved that this book was set in rural Australia, and the countryside was like another character in the story, evoking the oppressiveness and menace at different times. Abby starts out as a city girl transported to a small town, missing the cafes, the buzz, her best friend, but finds resources she didn't know she had when confronted by the strange - and eventually, scary - circumstances she finds herself in.
Along the way, she A pacy, clever book with engaging characters and an intriguing plot. Along the way, she discovers love, friendship and a grudging acceptance of country life. I really enjoyed this book, and recommend it highly to anyone who likes well plotted, richly charactered thrillers. Jul 08, Brenda Moser rated it it was amazing. This is such an interesting story I could not put it down. My heart went out to Abby and all she endured in this thriller. The author does a great job bringing strong characters and weaving a story filled with drama,suspense,mystery,danger and grief. It's a well written story that flows fluidly and I would recommend reading this book.
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I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book. All opinions in this review are my own and freely given. Jul 09, Cassie Woolley rated it it was amazing. I am in my 40s and very much enjoyed this YA thriller. It kept me guessing until close to the end and I couldn't put it down. I also loved the Australian setting. Being an Australian I found that I could relate to many of the small details and I realised that I don't get that with books from overseas. Jul 08, Wanda Siesicki rated it it was amazing. I really enjoyed this book. I figured out the culprit about halfway through the book. Then I found out that when you think you've got it figured out, you haven't.
Good characters and the story keeps you intrigued enough to keep turning the pages. Looking forward to reading more from this author. Jul 08, Rhonda rated it it was amazing. Abby and her mother move to a small town in Australia, where a murder has occurred before they arrived. So why is she getting threats?
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What does any of it have to do with her? Not to much can be said with out giving it away. Jul 08, Nicole Burns rated it it was amazing. I look forward to reading more books from this author. Jun 22, S. Well written and well paced. I love how this is set in rural Australia. It has a true Aussie flavour, in both language and backdrop, enough detail to put you there but not so much as to overshadow the story or lose an outside audience. Sep 02, Unnikrishnan Rajan rated it liked it Shelves: After couple of insipid Faith Martin novels, I had no energy to really search for a new novel.
So, from the kindle unlimited subscription, I took the first one recommended by the Amazon algorithms. And this was good.
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Faith Martin novels were like you watching some kids playing football and then you know the play is interesting and all, but you are not immersed into it. This one was again like playing the football yourself, get the anxiety of a goalie confronting an opposite forward and other typ After couple of insipid Faith Martin novels, I had no energy to really search for a new novel. This one was again like playing the football yourself, get the anxiety of a goalie confronting an opposite forward and other type of thrills.
It was enough gripping so that I read the book in two days. It seems like Rachel Sanderson has self-published it. It is a pity that such nice novels are lost in the hype around girl in the train type thrashes. I don't think the story is super original or creative. Also the style doesn't seem to be unique. It might remind you of hundreds of other books in genre. But I thought there were some elements of honesty and integrity from the author. Even though the climax was not very ingenious I still like it. There are not many midway twists, and whatever twists are there can be seen a mile before.
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What saves the book is the honest depicting of its characters. There are too many of them for my liking, however, they don't seem to be superfluous. Sep 18, Logan rated it really liked it. Was quite enjoyable, good mystery, easy read. Breezed right through the last third as it was very smooth to read. Location and characters were well detailed and pacing was good for the most part. Predictable at times yet makes you enjoyably doubt yourself at the same time. Like another review stated, before I was even half done I too thought this would make for a great movie.
Kind of surprised how few reviews there are so I decided to leave one. I'm very choosy and carefully research the books I read beforehand just to be sure I'll enjoy it and that it's good, nothing spoiler-ish. So if I've read it, and finished it, it's likely worth a read. Jul 13, Sue rated it really liked it. A review copy was provided by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Sanderson Shows a surer hand here - the characters are more clearly realised, and the tension is tighter, and more nuanced.