A harrowing psychological suspense thriller about a family in Camden, who have identical twin daughters but when one of the twins pass away, which one remains? With a web of secrets and a big move planned up to Scotland can the family continue without addressing difficult subjects?
I enjoyed reading this thriller as it walked a line between psychological and horror thriller throwing the reader many possibilities as to where it was headed. I enjoyed reading about the beautiful Scottish scenery and the way the dynamics changed between the parents and their remaining daughter. I found the medical aspects of the novel a little bizarre but still, I suppose plausible.
I enjoyed the journey more than I enjoyed the destination, but still a must read thriller of 2015.
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It’s a very unusual book isn’t it. I enjoyed it – but I certainly didn’t see the ending coming at all!
I saw the end coming but somehow it didn’t chill me; I don’t know if it was because I had run through so many possible conclusions or because I just didn’t find Sarah likeable or relatable.
For a moment there I thought you meant the city of Camden, New Jersey, which is a horror in and of itself.
The trendy and well to do part of Camden town, London. I had no idea there’s a Camden in New Jersey.
Didn’t Bob Cratchit live in Camden town?
Camden, NJ, is an excellent place to avoid.