“It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime, a final adventure before settling down. But after a perfect start, an encounter with a young couple on a night train forces Daniel and Laura to cut their dream trip short and flee home.
Back in London, Daniel and Laura vow never to talk about what happened that night. But as they try to fit into their old lives again, they realise they are in terrible danger—and that their nightmare is just beginning…”
This is the fifth Mark Edwards book I’ve read and it was every bit as good as the others. Books don’t really scare me and I usually whizz through this particular author’s books in a day or so (last year I spoiled Christmas doing this very thing!) But not so with Follow You Home, no, this book took me over a week to read. It was just so dark, I had to keep putting it down and reminding myself that it’s just a novel, it is truly captivating and spin-chilling in equal measure!
Intense, deep and dark, with an underlying feel of despair. A brilliantly plotted novel and like Edwards’ other books there’s paranoia surrounding the main characters and a generous helping of suspense/sheer terror as the horrors of what happened that day in wood begins unfold. I was gripped right from the first chapter, through to the very last page.
I will never fall asleep on a train again!
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