01 December 2016

The Fantastic Book of Everybody's Secrets by Sophie Hannah Review!

The Fantastic Book of Everybody's Secrets by Sophie Hannah

Genre: Short Stories, Thriller
Published by: Witness Impulse
Publication Date: October 11th 2016
Number of Pages: 120
ISBN: 0062562096 (ISBN13: 9780062562098)

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A collection of ingenious suspense stories from one of today's most acclaimed novelists in the genre. Everybody has their secrets, and in Sophie Hannah's fantastic stories the curtains positively twitch with them. Who, for instance, is the hooded figure hiding in the bushes outside a young man's house? Why does the same stranger keep appearing in the background of a family's holiday photographs? What makes a woman stand mesmerised by two children in a school playground, children she's never met but whose names she knows well? And which secret results in a former literary festival director sorting soiled laundry in a shabby hotel? All will be revealed…but at a cost. As Sophie Hannah uncovers the dark obsessions and strange longings behind the most ordinary relationships, life will never seem quite the same again.
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Sophie HannahSophie Hannah is the New York Times-bestselling author of numerous psychological thrillers, which have been published in 27 countries and adapted for television, as well as The Monogram Murders, the first Hercule Poirot novel authorized by the estate of Agatha Christie.

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My Thoughts
Secrets, everyone has them, no matter who you are and sometimes secrets should be kept just that, secrets. The Fantastic Book of Everyones Secrets is one of those books that, even though they can be categorized as thrillers, sometimes I just had to to laugh out loud. My favorite I  think of all the stories is the one. Twelve Noon, where a woman who has finally decided to drive after a long time, gets confused over a street sign and what it meant. Another favorite is The Nursery Bear, about young children that go to the same daycare and their parents who are also neighbors.

Each story definitely has the reader thinking, especially at the end I often just stopped to think about what I had just read and if what I read made sense. I think that these stories as a whole definitely pick up on what peoples deepest darkest thoughts and secrets are. That if these secrets are let loose, makes for a horrifying experience. I have always loved Sophie Hannah's books, I do prefer novels to short stories, but I did enjoy this collection. 
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1 comment:

  1. Don't you wish, like these stories, if we could actually see the thoughts of what's in someone's mind? I really enjoyed this book!


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