They hear thumping coming from the back doors of the transit van in front of them. When Noah steps out onto the road, he hears muffled screams. He opens the back doors and what he sees shocks him to the core. The van pulls off, spilling Noah onto the road. Ignoring his wife's plea to leave it, he hits the accelerator in pursuit of the van.
Chloe's parents are missing. She hasn't seen them since they left the party in Hampstead on Friday night. She needs answers, deciding to take matters into her own hands. A serial killer is stalking the streets of Islington in North London late at night leaving his victims in a horrific way. The press have dubbed him The Angel Attacker. A terrifying tale of revenge with a twist that will hit you like a sledgehammer. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages.
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Sort order. Jan 27, sue rated it really liked it Shelves: horror , psychological-thrillers. Heart pounding, jaw dropping, brings you out in a nervous sweat this does. Oh so dam good. Why have I not taken time to read this authors books before? From the start you are embroiled into a sinister atmosphere where you can smell something is not right.
And let me tell you It gets worse. My reading juices were dribbling all the way through.
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I love lots of dialogue in a book. I know And his descriptive telling of a struggle made me feel right in the middle of things, I felt scared and wanted to run. I kid you not, this is how the author writes so well it put me right there. Not sure as a character or spectator. More a spectator I think though. It would be spoiled otherwise. View all 27 comments. Apr 08, Dash fan rated it really liked it Shelves: blog-tour , publisher-review , favorites , i-own-a-copy , netgalley. I have to say I wasn't overjoyed with this book in the beginning.
The opening plot felt like it went on too long and I found myself drifting off, I nearly stopped reading. The blurb is seriously juicy, and i was so excited to get my hands on a copy. But I'm so glad I stuck with it as wow did the tension and suspense ramp up! So my advice is stick with it, it only gets better and better. I'm a baby when it comes to horror books, but I do love a good thriller. But a word of warning this is edge of your seat, nail biting, sinister, a tad disturbing, atmospheric and dark so be prepared to get chills as it weaves a way into your skin!
I had to take a break every now and then it got a lil much, and read a chick lit lol So if your looking for the next horror thriller, that's unsettling, that ramps up the tension page by page until it's impossible to know who to trust, its deliciously dark and disturbing in all the right places, The twists and turns just keep on coming. The Characters are desperately flawed but written perfectly.
I can't wait to see what else Stuart writes. View all 3 comments. Mar 30, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: fiction. A book to read with the lights well and truly on!!! From the start the author grabs your attention with a couple hearing a banging noise from a white van. From then on in, the story takes lots of twists and turns with plenty of jaw dropping moments.
All I thought about was being able to get back to the story to see what more horrors and surp A book to read with the lights well and truly on!!! All I thought about was being able to get back to the story to see what more horrors and surprises the author had in store for me.
Believe me, when I say the horrors that do await you are chilling, but yet oh so thrilling. This would make a great horror film. It is packed full of hair raising moments that both scare and delight the reader.
Turn The Other Way is a guaranteed page turner and one that will have you hiding behind the cushions. It really gets the adrenaline pumping through your veins with all the excitement of thrills that are around every corner. There is no way I would ever suffer with a locked jaw whilst reading this novel as I read it with it mainly dropped as the author kept hitting me out of the blue with some horrible surprises, of which I absolutely loved.
For me horror is all about my emotional reaction, that feeling of fear and dread as you turn each page, the constant feeling you should be reading a book from behind a cushion not practical but you get my drift , a book that makes the heart pound and every little noise makes you jump. Turn The Other Way follows numerous characters and events, a distinguished doctor whose life is changed beyond recognition by an accident. A husband and wife that stumble upon a crime being committed and a daughter looking for her missing parents, a series of macabre murders are central to the plot.
How, are what appear to be separate story lines connected? Well, they certainly kept me wondering, but as the story unfolds through past and present events, the author brings the three together in the most horrifying way. Meanwhile, Stuart James had my undivided attention, as the plot became more twisted, evil radiated from the pages within this heart thumping novel. As antagonist go the author has created a character from your worse nightmare, a character who is the devil reincarnated, who shows not a glimmer of remorse for his hideous crimes, but their antics and very disturbing games are guaranteed to keep the reader turning those pages.
Readers who prefer the more sedate crime horror thriller may be put off by all the blood and gore, but personally I feel the scenes are fitting to the storyline, and add a sense of fear and trepidation to the plot. Would I recommend this book? View all 4 comments. Jan 14, Jenny Jenz Book Jewels rated it it was amazing. This is the first book I've read by this author and man he keeps you guessing and on the edge of your seat.
The book has multiple POVs and past and present chapters. Contains graphic event details. The bad characters are nasty and brutal kill for the chase and the hig This is the first book I've read by this author and man he keeps you guessing and on the edge of your seat. The bad characters are nasty and brutal kill for the chase and the high. The plot thickens as you read and then it becomes clear how the past links into the future and you can see how truly sick in the head these A-holes really are.
You're keep on the edge of your seat wondering who's next on the list and what the hell is going to happen to them, will they get away? Will someone be able to put an end to these pointless deaths? Or will the continue and get away with more? View 1 comment. Jan 17, Steven De Bruin rated it it was amazing. Review time!! Turn the other way by Stuart Dunne. I absolutely loved this book.
It was a crazy ride!! Kept me up most of the night. This story will stay with me for a long time and that ending was mind blowing!! This is a brilliant chilling story with vibes of Texas chainsaw massacre and American Pshyco. I highly recommend this book!!! View 2 comments.
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Jan 22, David Morgan rated it it was amazing. What a psychological horror show! I haven't felt physically frightened reading a book as much as I did this one. Twisted, twisted, twisted but in a fun to read way. The freakshow family, the white van, and the unsuspecting victims made this one hell of a ride.
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I recommend this fraught, spine tingling thriller to anyone with a strong heart who loves to be scared shitless. Thank you Stuart James for the advance readers ebook to review and enjoy. View all 7 comments. Jan 14, Kris Knight rated it it was amazing.
If you love a story that is packed with mystery and suspense as well as huge twists and turns, this is the perfect read! This was really a brilliant and dark psychological thriller that hooked me right off the bat. Great characters that kept me guessing until the very end. About the time I thought I had it figured out this book would take another hairpin turn.
Thank you Stuart for the opportunity to be a beta reader for your new book. Jan 18, Alexandra Thompson rated it it was amazing. I just finished this book. Five stars and then some. It was a chilling story with so many twists and turns. All I can say is WOW!! Absolutely brilliant. Jan 29, Kelly Coffman rated it it was amazing. Ok, let me start with WOW! There is a highly regarded doctor whose life and path is changed by an accident. There is a husband and wife that seem to stumble upon a crime in progress during traffic. And a daughter looking for her missing parents.
How are they connected? How will this story of Ok, let me start with WOW! How will this story of revenge end? This story moved well. The characters are strong and well rounded. The suspense, thrilling. I highly recommend this new novel out February 8th. Apr 04, Nicki rated it it was amazing.
That's when you actually get an opportunity to remember to breath which is not very often due to the frantic pace,twists and turns and non stop action. The story flips back and forth between the past and the present and is voiced by a multitude of diverse charac OMG, Turn The Other Way is one hell of a roller coaster ride from beginning to end. The story flips back and forth between the past and the present and is voiced by a multitude of diverse characters.
There's respected surgeon Simon Bairstow whose life falls apart after the death of one of his young patients.
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Jess and Noah,whose journey home from Jess's parents turns into a living nightmare and Chloe's desperate search for her missing parents. There was characters I liked,disliked,rooted for,changed my mind about and just plain gave me the creeps. There was characters who were not who they appeared to be,betrayals,lies,secrets,decept,gory murders,heart pounding action.
This reader's anxiety levels went through the roof a number of times as this edge of your seat story unfolded before my captivated eyes. The horror settings are perfect but not overly described,there's just enough descriptions to set the scene. The too terrified to speak out villagers,dark,sinister country roads,the derelict,secluded farmhouse,oh and the evil,twisted,sinister bad guys and believe me,they are nasty,vicious killers. And that ending,so many books promise twists that you won't see coming and don't deliver on their promise but the ending twist in this one was most definitely shocking and unexpected.
I honestly didn't want to put this book down. I would love to watch a film version of this book. How have I not heard about this author before,i can't believe this is his second book and I will definitely be getting hold of a copy of his previous book The House On Rectory Lane. This is how I know I watch too much reality TV.
I actually laughed uncontrollably watching them. All I thought of is her unwittingly going off to her destiny of becoming the first of many sister-wives for Aladin. Paul Staehle is still loose on the streets of Brazil. He decides to see a lawyer about his denial of residency. He explains that he was charged with terroristic threats for threatening to slash tires back in Kentucky. So you mean to tell me he is not only setting fires, he is slashing tires as well. Does he know how much a set of new tires cost? Sounds like a terrorist to me!
Paul, you sir are a threat to society. Deavan attempts to make breakfast from hell for everyone. The only thing she succeeds at is possibly giving her soon-to-be in-laws food poisoning by feeding them raw bacon. She even allows them to feed it to her daughter. Instead of worrying about an American breakfast, she needs to be worried about her daughter.
Little Drascilla basically sat her dirty diaper in a plate of eggs for everyone. Then she screamed and dug her little hands into the foods. Even Jihoon tells Deavan she needs to teach her child manners. Deavan is trying to assimilate into a culture that prides themselves on manners. Jenny is experiencing culture shock in India. She has gone from regular showers to bucket baths with no hot water. Sumit is hiding something…again.
I knew he was going to find a way for Jenny to support him fully! This made me sad to watch her in fear of how they would live. At her age, she should be thinking of retirement or enjoying her family. This man lied from day one and she was too blinded by love to see the scam. Sumit promised to take care of her, but quit his job as soon as she arrived.
How do you go from living with your daughter and having people to help you to now taking care of someone else?