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Pat Review: The plot is well planned out and the characters are very likeable! I really enjoyed the interaction and chemistry between Cassidy and Brady which kept me totally engaged until the very last page!

I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.


Katy Noyes Review: I missed these in my own childhood, but would have loved this sort of series. It's a wonderful first book to a series set in Ancient Rome, always a favourite period for primary students, and involving children solving mysteries and murders.

With Sherlock so popular at the moment, the detective genre should receive a boost, and the fact that this is quite instructive on life in Roman times as well as including a murder and several personable young amateur sleuths is in its favour.

Wealthy Flavia an


~ Stéphanie ~ Tied up in Romance ~ Review: 2 disapointed and pissed-off star

Gaaaah I'm so pissed right now!! I don 't understand how the first book was so good and this one totally sucks!

First the story is predictable from A to Z! No surprise! Second the heroine is a non-sense. She keep annoying me more and more.

The first 40% were really slow, no real action.

And then finally something happens between Michael and Mia but no real sparks or connection for me. The sex was ok but nothing like in the first! I should blame City and his dir


C. Aaronson Review: I really liked this book, even though it was a bit different than I thought it would be. It takes place at the end of the world, but it’s different than most apocalyptic books I’ve read. The scope is very narrow, with most of the events happening without a big picture idea of what is go on. Instead, the story follows a family, reacting to the apocalyptic events. The story moves along very quickly and I found it hard to put down. Knocked off a star because the ending felt rushed. Overall, very go


Melissa Review: Turns out, it might be harder to write a second novel than a debut. I’ve actually heard, quite a few times now, that second books can be a beast. Clare Mackintosh even takes the time to mention that in the acknowledgements of this book. I imagine it's even more so coming off of a debut as heart-pounding and impressive as I Let You Go. Naturally, that’s where my thoughts went—would Ms. Mackintosh be able to emulate the shock value and sheer brilliance of that masterpiece?

For me, I LET YOU GO was


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