But then a series of seemingly unrelated events unfold and one by one the people around Andrew get scared, hurt or worse. Slowly Andrew begins to suspect the events may be connected and starts to doubt if his perfect girlfriend is a perfect as she seems...
So what did I think of the story, well firstly I thought it was too obvious that Charlie was behind it all, so I spent the whole book trying to work out who baddie is and I was pretty sure I had it worked out... but I was wrong. I hadn't even considered this ending, it was so out of left field. And to be honest the fact that Andrew had to explain to us a convoluted background to the story and how it all came about for pretty much a whole chapter was a bit of a let down. I love a good twist but I do like a few more clues to be dropped along the way, nothing is hinted at in the book (unless I completely missed something) and I actually had to remind myself who this character was. I was like 'oh right, wow, right, who is she again? Oh yeah, ok, bizarre'. Kinda reminded me of Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' which also leaves you completely confused and needs a explanation at the end. Impossible to guess.
I actually think this book would work much better as a film and in my mind Andrew is Domhnall Gleeson so he has to play him in the movie version. Perfect casting!
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