Bee Lewis author of Liminal, published by Salt in Summer 2018
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Author, Helen Steadman writes:
Tom McIntyre appears to have everything, and yet, it is not enough, so he makes a diabolical deal and hopes to gain even more. Tom has a tragic childhood, but even that does not prevent
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Professional, critical proof-reader, Fiona Keene writes:
This is an excellent first novel by Fin C. Gray, well written with believable, relatable, characters. From the opening, exciting, ‘Prologue’ to the intriguing ending, I was utterly gripped. The basis of the story is unusual and fascinating: radicalisation, its causes and all its implications, with the intertwining of love and hate. The author teases you with the gradual unfolding of the characters through snapshots from past and present, and you are desperate to discover what has led to them behaving as they do. A great first book – I can’t wait to read the second!
Author and reviewer, Bryanna Monét writes:
Within reading the first few pages of the book, I knew that I was in for a good read. A good portion of the book reflects on the Father, Tom, and how his actions changed his family. His son Daniel is who becomes the most affected bye his actions and his drinking habits. Daniel’s resentment for his father is what drives the shift in him that causes him to change without return. The book was full of description that made you feel like you were right there with the character; often experiencing the same emotions as them. I enjoyed this book and can’t wait to see what the author has next!
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Review by Shams58i
A Crime Thriller that actually fits the definition of a book that’ll keep you on your toes.
The debut novel “Duplicity” is fast paced, full of mystery and keeps you engaged till the very end.
Characterization by Fin is marvellous having the quality to make readers curious about the entire character list. The books major portion is about Tom but the other characters are also brilliantly placed to make story engaging.
The author lets you guess by unfolding the aspects one by one and really makes you care for the characters. The story is intriguing having major twists and nail biting moments.
The writing style of the author is compelling with alloting descriptions about the world created by author. Overall, the book is a treat for crime thriller readers and you won’t regret it.
I would give this book 5 stars and would definitely recommend it. Cannot wait for the next book by Fin.
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18 December 2019
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1 January 2020