Monday, 31 July 2017

Book review- The Escape C.L. Taylor

When a stranger asks Jo Blackmore for a lift,she says yes- then quickly wishes she hadn't.

This book was recommended to me by my partners mum, who gave me her copy to read I do prefer reading an actual book to my kindle. She said this book was brilliant so I thought I would do a review on it.
The Escape Book Cover

The plot is that a stranger gets into Jo Blackmore's car after asking for a lift but she knows Jo's name and her husband Max without being told. She also has a glove belonging to Jo's two year old daughter.

This soon turns into a nightmare for Jo as no-one seems to believe that she and her daughter are in any danger. She only has one choice she has to run.


I got into this book straight away it was really well written from Jo's side and every few chapters there is an entry from a mystery persons viewpoint. I think this gave the book an added dimension as i was waiting to learn whos thoughts I was reading.

Jo the main character has a lot of issues she suffers with panic atttacks and agoraphobia. Part of the reason no-one believes her is because of the problems she has.But what i liked abut her was no matter how she felt or what she suffered from she always wants to protect her child. I could relate to this side of her character when it comes to your child.

The twist in this story was one I never seen coming. I also thought it was believable and not too far fetched. I found myself not being able to put it down such a page turner of a book! The ending for me was great everything in the story was tied up so I wasn't really left with any unanswered question about anything.

This is one of the better books of this type I have read, as I've never read any of C.L. Taylor's books before I didn't know what to expect. I will be putting her other books onto my reading list and I'm looking forward to seeing what else she has to offer.

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5 comments

  1. This book is actually on my wishlist of things to read whilst on nightshift, sounds so exciting and one of those books that grips you from the start!

    Heather xox
    www.xhighlandbeauty.co.uk

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  2. I now put this book on my reading list. Very good review!

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  3. I really enjoyed it, well worth a read!

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  4. I just picked up Lie so I can't wait to read it, if it's any good as this one x

    Velvet Blush

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  5. Think that's going to be the next one I read 💕

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