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You Let Me In
You Let Me In | Lucy Clarke
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*Available to pre-order now* The stunning, page-turning new novel from Richard & Judy Book Club author, Lucy Clarke I'm in your home. Now I'm in your head...
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readingjedi
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Despite this novel indulging in some of the cliches of the psyche thriller genre (structure, cover design), it is actually set apart from its peers by the quality of the writing. Lucy Clarke is very good indeed. Her dialogue is on point - rarely come across such natural spoken exchanges. Also she builds tension & suspense like a master - at one point every character was under my suspicion! Cont. in comments ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️

readingjedi Cont. from above. And I did not predict the reveal nor see the twist coming! Furthermore, it has some really enjoyable riffing on the themes of self-belief, truth & lies, & fiction. AND there is a brief and dizzying moment of meta-ness that is delightful and unexpected. Recommended. 3mo
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readingjedi
You Let Me In | Lucy Clarke
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Just starting this one. Hope this is what I think it is because if it is I'm just in the mood for it!

With thanks to #netgalley for this book.

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elliebatey
You Let Me In | Lucy Clarke
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5/5 loved this thriller was gripping and creepy. Loved the main character ‘Elle‘ and the unravelling of her life and the story 📚

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RedLeaves
You Let Me In | Lucy Clarke
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Can't tell you how much I want to be curled up at home reading this book! It's really got me gripped! Instead I'm driving eldest daughter to Newcastle (North of England) for a Uni open day. We live in the North but Newcastle is northerer 😉 Going to take the book along in the hope of a 10 min reprieve. This here's The Angel of the North a towering roadside piece by British sculpter Anthony Gormley. Taken by daughter on our initial uni seeking trip

RadicalReader Always the best time spent curled up with an incredible novel that completely utterly grips you had that moment when reading 10mo
RedLeaves @RadicalReader oooh I've added that to my tbr stack! Looks good. You Let Me In definitely gets under your skin. I was jumping at every little noise reading in bed last night...not great as it's blowing an absolute hooley outside so there's noise aplenty! 😂 10mo
RadicalReader @RedLeaves definitely the type of background noise that works perfectly with your novel by the sounds of it 10mo
RachelO Hope the open day goes well. 10mo
RedLeaves @RachelO Thank you 😊 me too, can't really deal with her changing her mind at this stage! Haha 10mo
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RedLeaves
You Let Me In | Lucy Clarke
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75 pages in and enjoying. Already I suspect the sister, the ex, the bro in law, the neighbour, the publisher and librarian....I'm starting to suspect myself! And my dog is looking a bit shifty 👀

TrishB 😂😂 10mo
RedLeaves @TrishB Haha, it may be getting under my skin a bit 🤔 10mo
RadicalReader @RedLeaves the quote you have for your bio honestly couldn‘t be any more beautiful or accurate 10mo
wordzie 😁❤ 10mo
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bedandabook
You Let Me In | Lucy Clarke
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Finished this superior psychological thriller on my wintry audiowalk today. I do enjoy Lucy Clarke‘s writing, she has twists and turns that constantly confound you and her writing is taut. A good read.

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Lel2403
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Lucy Clarke has written a very absorbing tale.....there are so many possible suspects, just who is terrifying Elle and why.....it starts quite slow with little background chapters which I felt didn‘t seem relevant, but my was I wrong....the tension builds and builds until a stunning twister of a reveal.....brilliant

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