One Step too Far

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An apparently happy marriage. A beautiful son. A lovely home. So what makes Emily Coleman get up one morning and walk right out of her life to start all over again? Has she had a breakdown? Was it to escape her dysfunctional family – especially her flawed twin sister Caroline who always seemed to hate her? And what is the date that looms, threatening to force her to confront her past? No-one has ever guessed her secret. Will you?

My opinion: Wow, just wow.

This story is a real keep you on the edge of your seat thriller that is that clever you aren’t really sure why you are on the edge of your chair, but just know that something isn’t right! It is fast paced, exciting and actually, for most of the story, is the picture of normality, with just a sense of what is to come.

Emily Coleman runs away to London. We don’t know why, we just know she does and that she is leaving her family behind. When she gets there, she builds a new life for herself and makes new friends. The main story is intertwined with a number of stories explaining how we got to today, with one large piece missing until the last part of the book.

The book is separated into three parts with short chapters within each part. From about half way through the second part I was frantically trying to stay awake to keep reading because the twists just kept coming.

There is no way that you can guess how it ends. Or for that matter how it begins!

My rating: A fantastic five stars!!

One Step too Far is being relaunched today! I was provided with an advance review copy of the book prior to its original launch in 2013 in return for an honest review. My review was originally published on Reading in Progress.

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