I Let You Go Epub ↠ 369 pages Download ´ Clare mackintosh

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I Let You Go Epub ↠ 369 pages Download ´ Clare mackintosh ☆ [Read] ➭ I Let You Go By Clare Mackintosh – Helpyouantib.co.uk A tragic accident It all happened so uickly She couldn't have prevented it Could sheIn a split second Jenna Gray's world descends into a nightmare Her only hope of moving oA tragic accident It all happened so uickly She couldn't have prevented it Could sheIn a split second Jenna Gray's world descends into a nightmare Her only hope of moving on is to walk away from Jacob a five year old boy is killed at the start of the novel NOTHING PLEASANT SO FAR Then for the next 400 or so pages we feel nothing for this poor child We never knew him to begin with His death is a shock incident we have no emotional connection with him whatsoever So the story is about 'who killed him why did the driver hit Jacob and drive away And why the hell after a year are there no leads about the case And why is it taking so long to tell this story when 'some' of us me can see the ending in the first 20% of this book A sculptor not sculptingand a mother without a child NOTHING TOO INSPIRING ABOUT THAT about JENNA Our main character Jenna is the sculptor no longer sculpting and mother without a child Jenna is intended as a sympathetic characterbut mostly I found her passive and irritating Her little boy dies yet within three months she is feeling alive drawing her name in the sand taking photos with her camera on the beach YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING FISHY FISHY FISHY She runs away goes off grid throws her cell phone away hides out 'less' that 3 months after her child is killed In 6 months she's happy about a new photography business Odd She is completely out of communication with the police Dept the people who are trying to find HER son's killer They have no idea where she is living or how to reach her for much of the book Jenna's new boyfriend is one hell of a dandy cherry pie tooThe entire plot was implausibleLots of coincidences unbelievable insane absurd Yucky uninspiring male charactersThe 'side story' of the detectives teenage son shows '' uninspiring 'men' The author even managed to turned a 12 year old BOY into an uninspiring character He wouldn't win any young male roll model awards that's for sure Throughout the tale Jenna was constantly referring to her breathing I couldn't catch my breath my breathing becameI felt my breath I'm 'not' exaggerating when I say there were so many references to breathing it became annoying I know nothing about editingbut I would have caught the 'breathing' authors blind spot repetitive phrases But it drove me crazy I almost started counting how many times I'd have to hear Jenna talk about her breathingNot only did I see the the 'mystery ending' very early into this novel I found it very predictable but there was so much 'yuckiness' about this novel I didn't feel inspired about myself for having read itWhile listening to this audiobook during hikes soaking in the pool on car rides to the beach with Paul in the car even Paul figured out the ending by only listening to parts of this bookI kept thinkingthis is 2016 a contemporary storyWe need stories about strong female characters not weak ones Shame on me for getting sucked into this book it's nastyThere was not one character in this entire book to be inspired aboutA kid is killed hit and runThe police dept Is dysfunctional each with personal problems home problems everyone is a victimAbuse violence lies cheating silly boring Yucky is as Yucky is I want my money back2 stars

Mobi Æ I Let You Go ✓ Clare Mackintosh

Everything she knows to start afresh Desperate to escape Jenna moves to a remote cottage on the Welsh coast but she is haunted by her fears her grief and her memories of a cruel November night Thought I was finished reading for the night but decided that I just had to finish this one While I had it all figured out early on it didn't keep me from enjoying this one Extremely well written debut and I look forward to her next bookJacob is a 5 year old little boy who lets go of his mother's hand for a brief moment and is killed in a hit and run in the prologue of this gripping police procedural Jenna Gray's life is forever changed and runs away immediately following the accident to escape the talk of the townThis book felt almost like 2 separate books between Part one and Part two I found myself not totally engrossed until I reached Part two but once I hit that I couldn't put this down I really enjoyed the author's note at the end which explained how this story came about; its real life influences from her work as a police official and personal family experiences as well I think if I had been able to go in blind on this one and not been told time and again of the big twists it would have gotten me; however because I was expecting them I found myself figuring it all out before the reveals This book was still extremely enjoyable for me regardless of the twists; I always enjoy a book if it can stand on its own without the gimmicks The characters were strong and believable; this book was well developed all around

Book I Let You Go

I Let You GoThat changed her life foreverSlowly Jenna begins to glimpse the potential for happiness in her future But her past is about to catch I Let PDF up with her and the conseuences will be devastating I Let You Go is incredibly cliche and predictable the format of the book was so familiar because a lot of thrillers seem to follow the same trendIt's all muddled at the startthen we get to about the halfway point and there's a big twistor revelation and the book is switching between the past and present to eventually uncover the mysteryview spoilerAnd then the bad guyin this case the abusive husbandIan comes back and gives the protagonistJenna one last beating hide spoiler