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Guilt Trip (English Edition) par [Farrell, Maggy]
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Longueur : 179 pages Word Wise: Activé Langue : Anglais

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The voice on the wind.
The presence in her dreams.
The feelings she can’t control.

Sixteen-year-old Melissa has been diagnosed with Survivor Syndrome, the guilt of having escaped from a car crash in which her mother died.

However, when on holiday in the rugged moorlands of the English countryside, she begins to see and hear things she can’t explain. And so she must ask herself: are these also symptoms of her illness? Or are they signs that her mother is reaching out to her from beyond the grave?

A tense, psychological chiller. Can YOU spot the clues to the final shocking twist?

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HASH(0x94a09510) étoiles sur 5 Your mind will be going CRAZY for DAYS after this read! 10 juillet 2015
Par JenacideByBibliophile - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the author, Maggy Farrell, for an honest review.

Plot: After sixteen-year-old Melissa is diagnosed with Survivor Syndrome, due to surviving a car accident in which her mother died, her father takes her on a trip in the English countryside. While Melissa and her father explore the areas caves and local natural wonders, Melissa starts to experience and hear strange things.
A woman screaming and unexplainable déjà vu are only the beginning to the strange experiences that Melissa starts to face. She must find out if the things happening to her are effects from her condition, or if her mother is trying to reach out to her from beyond the grave.

Opinion: …I...
….*sigh*……I have no words. I have been literally sitting in this chair, staring at my keyboard in complete shock. I feel completely blindsided by the ending, and it feels so FANTASTIC that I cannot stop smirking.

You know that feeling you get when you’re reading a story that has a very nice flow, likeable characters, and a plot that is kind of going down a path you think your understanding…but then it turns out that the path you’re taking is actually left and not right? Or that this new path is full of already pretty treacherous rocks and deathly water (as you start to find out) and then OUT OF NOWHERE… WHAM! A linebacker the size of Godzilla comes out of nowhere even fathomable, and just sends you reeling into the next hours of yester-WHAT THE F***-year. Yeah, that is kind of how you feel at the end of this book and it is pure GENIUS.

Melissa is sixteen years old and still dealing with the emotional effects of her mother’s death that occurred a year prior. While on vacation, as well as a business trip for her father’s geological photography work, Melissa starts to experience strange things while sightseeing and while residing in the local inn owned by an attractive thirty-five-year-old named Luke. Reoccurring déjà vu when she turns the faucet in the inns bathroom, a woman screaming "help me!", and soon after she starts to see visions of the past. Soon the inn owner, Luke, starts to take an interest in Melissa, to Melissa’s happiness. Only things start to turn ugly fast, and Melissa’s world starts to unravel.

I am not going to give away any HUGE spoilers (I couldn’t do that to you guys) but I think a few details from the book are going to be necessary for me to give an honest review, I’ll warn you ahead of time ;) . So as I had said above, there is some MAJOR plot twists in this book and the reader will be left completely stunned. I think that is grounds enough for you guys to try this book out, trust me. I rather enjoyed the read in general, it had a nice relaxing flow and tempo throughout and nothing was rushed or dragged on for too long. The author used a lot of asterisks in chapters that switched up the "scene" or what was going on, which definitely helped keep me enthralled. I found that it was a nice switch while reading the story because I wasn't getting overwhelmed with excessive wording or unnecessary ramblings. I would have liked to get a little bit more of a description of what the characters looked like, it would have helped me envision them better as well as have a deepened connection to them.

I have read some reviews from other readers, and noticed that nobody has really commented on the fact that there is a guy in his thirties going after a sixteen-year-old… :| . If you’re a reader that feels very strongly and negatively about this kind of age difference, be warned that there is a bit of that going on in this book. Nothing is taken too far in the sexual sense, so try not to let that hold you back from trying out this great read. SORT OF A SPOILER: granted things about the age difference are explained a bit more with Billie becoming more known to Melissa and showing herself, but I was still a little disturbed about it during my read. I was hoping it wouldn’t take a REALLY terrible turn for Melissa, and I was happy that it didn’t. Although, I felt like it wasn’t fully clear if Melissa was actually Billie reincarnated or not. I am still wondering if maybe Melissa just sees/hears ghosts or if she really is a part of Billie…confusing. SPOILER OVER.

I am giving this book five stars purely because I love being shocked by endings (which I find is a hard thing to do for an author), the writing kept you interested and entertained, the story had a nice overall flow and consistency, and it made you feel actual emotions once the book was over. A FANTASTIC suspenseful and mind-bending read that will keep you thinking for the next few days.
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HASH(0x94a094e0) étoiles sur 5 Perfect Thriller 8 décembre 2014
Par blw - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
I received this book in exchange for an honest review through Lovers of Paranormal.

Can I just say...Mind.Freaking.Blown.

I've been severely disappointed recently in my R2R books. Hey, it happens sometimes. This was a rare and wonderful gem though and it left me speechless. It actually pulled me away from a book that I had been devouring and that's pretty difficult, especially for a book I got for a review.

Guilt Trip is the story of a girl, Melissa, who is on a trip with her father a year after the death of her mother. Melissa is struggling to cope, needing to take prescription pills to help stave off the hallucinations and nightmares that plague her. This trip to the English moorlands is for her father though, a successful geology photographer who is not coping well either. But when Melissa starts to recall memories that are not her own, she is left to wonder if she is slowly loosing her mind or if there is something otherworldly going on. Adding to the chaos is the stoic Luke, the landlord of the inn who is so caring and thoughtful.

This book was a perfect psychological thriller. Nothing is really as it seems but it is impossible to not take sides from the very beginning. Melissa is a victim from the very beginning, having to hide her symptoms from her emotionally wrung out father and seeking comfort from a (much older) man that she hardly knows. It is easy to sympathize with her and when everything around her starts to go awry, as a reader, you end up worrying about her. The walls close in around her and you can understand her rationale behind all of her actions. That's always the most important part of the story for me. I have to understand the character's motivations and it was really well done here.

Go out and get this book. Seriously.
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HASH(0x94a0984c) étoiles sur 5 Atmospheric Paranormal Mystery 17 septembre 2014
Par Lorna - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Books are probably my favorite things in the world, aside from the people in my life, and of course my pets. I pretty much read most of the time, so when a book surprises me, that is really different for me. This book certainly surprised me!

Melissa is on vacation with her father, and staying at an old country inn, in a small town in England. She’s sixteen, and recently lost her mother in a car accident, one that Melissa escaped unscathed from. She dreams about the accident nightly, and still sees a therapist. Strange things start happening to Melissa while at the inn. She starts seeing things that aren’t there, and hearing things, that she really shouldn’t. The proprietor of the hotel is Luke, a thirty five year old(or thereabouts) man, that takes an interest in Melissa, and seems to have a connection to her.

Even though Melissa is only sixteen, she is an interesting, and smart character. She loves her father, and is very supportive of his grief for her mother. Her father is one of the main characters, he’s a photographer, and a lover of natural rock formations, and caves. His idea of a great vacation is spending his time visiting anything to do with those type of things. Melissa tags along, but would rather just shop, or do something else fun. Luke is pretty great, interested in her, but the question is, why is he interested in her?

This book has twists and turns, and don’t think for one minute you have it all figured out. it’s very atmospheric, as you would expect in an English countryside, with lots of strange happenings. The mystery is, what is going on in this small town, and at this country inn? Is there a haunting going on, or something else entirely?

Guilt Trip, is this author’s debut novel, and that was surprising to me. It was really well written, and the mystery was actually pretty perfect. I came away from this read impressed with the whole thing. If you enjoy atmospheric mysteries, with supernatural aspects, you might have found your next good read. I recommend it to ages 16 plus. I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest, and fair review.(
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HASH(0x96785e70) étoiles sur 5 Very Suspenseful 1 octobre 2014
Par Ethel Lewis - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Very suspenseful atmospheric mystery. Full of twists and turns from the very first page until the last.
I was surprised to find "Guilt Trip" was Ms. Farrell's debut novel. Very well written, and with characters
so life-like and real.
Poor Melissa, just sixteen years old, and suffering with 'survivor's guilt' after surviving the accident in which her
mom died.
Her dad - suffering from the tragic loss in his own way (sometimes putting his needs before those of his daughter.)
Luke - (works and lives at Bed & Breakfast where Melissa and her dad vacation), and soon becomes a major love interest for Melissa.
Then the voices, the horrific nightmares, the spooky caves . . .
Ms. Farrell has woven a tale that will keep you on the edge of your seat, flipping pages to see what lies ahead. And the ending 'will blow you away'.
I would highly recommend this book to all who love suspense with a paranormal aspect.
Looking forward to reading more from this talented author.
'I received a copy of the e-book from the author in exchange for an honest review.'
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Par Louis Carter - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
At first I didn’t know what to expect. And wow what I in was for a surprise.
The pacing, the story, the suspense...all just brilliantly written, over all I really loved the book and I could not put it down. The author has a way of drawing you into the story
I love the mystery and suspense she brings to this story. Along with the paranormal aspect makes it a perfect combination to sit back and enjoy a good book.
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