Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for providing a copy of the book in return for an honest review. The Sixth Window was an incredible read! Hollywood superstar Bruce Willis brings a powerful presence to an edge-of-your-seat thriller from writer-director M. Natalie must get her troubled child to a safer place, but when Scarlett starts to hear voices coming from the empty apartment next door it seems she has unwittingly moved them into the heart of danger. See verses 7, 12 and now, 20. Until Natalie spots something on Ed's computer that makes her very uncomfortable and threatens their relationship.
Natalie as a parent was so likeable and her struggle to keep her daughter safe, too real. I was fortunate enough to sell my company in 2000 and we moved to Italy where we bought and restored an old country house. Desperate to get her daughter to a place of safety, she and Scarlett move to a new home that holds secrets of its own. It felt a bit of a slog, unfortunately, and I mostly guessed at the identity of the villains fairly early on. When's the next one come out?! Its hard to review this one without giving too much away. .
My heart was completely pounding for the majority of this book! Rachel doesn't leave open question in the end of her books. Read our previous reviews of , and. Beyond that, there is so m I picked this book up on such a whim, and I'm so glad I did. As I said at the start, the backdrop to this story is a very difficult one. Sadly, for fans of Tom Douglas there are huge chunks of the story where he is nowhere to be seen. In this story, however, the old adage of Trust No-one is the underlying theme. As far as angels are concerned God can be trusted.
This installment has Tom Douglas and his second in command, Becky, investigating the death of a law enforcement officer who was struck by a car eighteen months earlier. I was thinking about it for days, it really bothered me! The storyline kept me guessing, and I'm still not sure what to think! Can I breathe again yet? I have just released my seventh novel The Sixth Window and now share my time between our homes in Italy and Alderney in the Channel Islands, where I write full time. The investigation rips open wounds for Natalie and Scarlett that have barely begun to heal, but the truth must be found. This book is full of twists, and overtime I thought I had everything sussed out, something would happen to totally throw that idea out the window. A fantastic book, chilling and in someways disturbing but so brilliantly put together. The Sixth Window does deal with a highly disturbing subject and some readers may feel uncomfortable however I felt it was dealt with sensitively at all times.
She's found an I've come to expect excellent books from Rachel Abbott and that's exactly what I got! I don't want to do this because it's such a fabulous plot that's keeps you enmeshed from the beginning to end. Overall, this is a pacy, gritty and unpredictable read that kept me guessing. Other events from previous books are referenced, but for the most part this didn't impact my reading experience overall, so if you want to just jump into this title, I say go for it. She is one of few authors that always manages to surprise me somehow. Here's hoping for another one soon. I demolished this book in two sitting It's nearly killed me not being able to review this book for the 5 long weeks before The Sixth Window was released! The main story follows a teenage girl named Scarlett, and her mum.
I have now read all Ms Abbotts books and each one of them are fabulous. You are really routing for a happy ending. I've spent 2 days on and off twisted within the spinning web of this tale, this clever piece of work. There are many different aspects to the story and I was desperate to find out how the different characters were connected and what the outcome would be. Throughout you do not know who to trust as all characters seem to have something to hide.
Absolutely brilliant and a book that will stay with me for a long time to come. Once again Rachel Abbott has delivered a real page-turner. In The Sixt I have followed this series since first discovering it soon after becoming a kindle owner back in 2010 and have eagerly awaited each new book ever since. But has removing Scarlett from one potential threat placed her in far greater danger? I really enjoyed the familiar characters in this book, and liked getting to know the new ones. What is said of Jesus himself is here said of his message.
Believing the word is one thing; trusting is the other. We have gained hope, though, when we saw the pattern of events in the tale of the two cities, Babylon and the New Jerusalem. However, the storyline raises very important issues that need to be talked about. But overall a dark subject handled well to make this a quick read. You just have to keep reading as one minute you trust one person and the next you're doubting them. Some parts felt a bit too convenient and characters a little naive to have not realised anything was going on.