He knows where you are…
Sisters Molly and Beth Winters thought the remote clifftop house would be the perfect place to hide away after their mother’s brutal murder. They were wrong….
He wants revenge…
Because someone from the girls’ past has already found their safe house and he is watching and waiting in the shadows ready to make them pay.
He won’t stop until you’re dead…
Their new home should have been the place the sisters were safe.
But no place is safe forever.
I have read a couple of Lynda’s books now and I really enjoyed them. I read the synopsis for ‘No Place Like Home’ and it certainly sounded like the sort of psychological thriller sort of book that I particularly enjoy. I couldn’t wait to start reading and so without further ado, I grabbed a cup of tea, grabbed my Kindle and settled down for an interesting afternoon of reading. I wasn’t to be disappointed. I did enjoy reading ‘No Place Like Home’ but more about that in a bit.
I fell under this book’s spell from the moment I read the synopsis. This spell lasted until the moment I read the very last word on the very last page. I found that I just couldn’t put this book down. My Kindle wasn’t exactly glued to my hand but it might as well have been because it travelled everywhere with me. I couldn’t bear to miss a single second of the story. I had my own theories as to what was going to happen and I had to see if I was on the right track or if I had wandered down another path entirely. I would become so wrapped up in the story that I would lose all track of time and just how quickly I was getting through the book. It didn’t take me long at all to get through the book. I found ‘No Place Like Home’ to be a gripping read, which certainly kept me guessing and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout.
‘No Place Like Home’ is extremely well written. Lynda certainly knows how to catch your attention and draw you into one hell of a story. Lynda reels you in much like a fisherman reels in a catch. I love the very vivid and realistic way in which she tells the story. As a reader, I felt as though I was at the heart of the action and I felt as though I was another character in the book. I was so convinced by her writing that I felt as though I was going through every single emotion that the characters went through. Reading ‘No Place Like Home’ felt very much like being on one hell of a scary and unpredictable rollercoaster rides with many twists and turns along the way. At times, this was a creepy read and I loved every single minute of it.
In short, I thoroughly enjoyed reading ‘No Place Like Home’ and I would recommend it to other readers. I will certainly be reading more of Lynda’s work in the future. The score on the Ginger Book Geek board is a very well deserved 5* out of 5*.