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Veronica Cavanaugh’s grasp on the world is slipping. Her latest round of fertility treatments not only failed but left her on edge and unbalanced. And her three-year-old daughter, Elizabella, has a new imaginary friend, who seems much more devilish than playful. So when Veronica’s husband fails to return home from a business trip, what’s left of her stability begins to crumble.
Given her family’s history of mental illness, and Elizabella’s insistence that her daddy is dead, Veronica starts questioning herself. Every move she makes is now suspect. Worse still, Veronica is positive that someone wants her and her daughter dead, too - unless it’s all in her mind...
Somewhere beneath her paranoia is the answer to her husband’s vanishing. To find it, she’s led to a house in the Florida Keys. But once there, she isn’t sure she wants to know the truth.
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By Wayne on 04-01-18
Keeps you guessing until the end!
The Kindle version of Trespassing was an Amazon Prime First Read selection for March. I did not read it deciding instead to wait for the audio version which was released on April 1. While I do not believe it deserves the average 4.7 star rating it has received at Amazon from over 1000 readers, the book is quite good. (The Goodreads average rating is 4.23 stars with 3600 ratings.) It kept me guessing until the very end whether the protagonist was a victim or was totally insane. I definitely recommend Trespassing for listeners who like dark psychological thrillers. Narration is superb although a bit slow which can be corrected with the Audible app.
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By Tracy on 04-07-18
If I was this mother I would sit the girl down and have her tell me everything in full and exactly what she means. This was frustrating because the girl had all the answers and was talking in riddles and the mother was too flustered to just get the info out of her. The detective was incompetent and I was annoyed how everyone was ignoring the main issues and focusing on small details. This was completely unbelievable because in real life everyone can’t be this dumb. Also the narrator doing the detectives part, especially as the detective kept saying “Veronica” was like nails in a chalk board.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful