• The Guest
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  • The Guest

The Guest

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 30/05/2024
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The Guest
A problematic read...
Okay, so I thought long and hard about including this one, but as I have a reputation for honesty and people seem to respect my reviews I will. Next up is ... READ MORE
The Guest
this book had my hooked from start to finish. great writing and good characters. a must read for 2024
Catherine Cannon
The Guest
Dread inducing psychological thriller!
Having read and loved her first novel, The Girls, I was trepidatious to see whether her follow up would deliver. I'm happy to say that it does in spades. I... READ MORE
Roland - Eastbourne
The Guest
Summer read, it's OK
Alex makes mistakes, she has been thrown out of the house of her older boyfriend. She decides to stay close to him, also a dealer who she owes money to is ... READ MORE
Neil Challis @Windsor


Summer's almost over and Alex is no longer welcome.

Alex is a young woman teetering on the edge. Behind on her rent and with nothing to keep her in New York she agrees to spend August by the beach, in the lavish house of the older man she’s been seeing.

After one misstep at a dinner party she’s dismissed with a ride to the station and a ticket back to the city. But Alex decides to stay on the island, charming her way into the lives of the dazzlingly wealthy set who live there and leaving a trail of destruction behind her. Just how long can she keep going before she’s found out?

  • Publisher: Vintage Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781529921915
  • Number of pages: 304
  • Weight: 217g
  • Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 19 mm

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The Guest
Raw and daring
Man, this book was definitely something! I absolutely loved the rawness, the realness, the nudity of feelings, the way life was explained through the expe... READ MORE
Mairy Tsirigotis
The Guest
This is a very addictive read. Very much gets under your skin. Flew through it, always wondering if she was going to come undone... Could she keep surviv... READ MORE
Fiona Sharp
The Guest
Not so great
This was a poor read: the prose was written like a film, the protagonist was just vapid and I struggled to feel empathy for her, and the whole plot is just... READ MORE
The Guest
Left wondering if I’d missed something
Advertised as thriller of the month, I thought I’d give it a read, many reviewers saying they couldn’t put it down, I’ve obviously missed something, Emma C... READ MORE
The Guest
A deeply unenjoyable read
Seldom have I read a book written around a central character - Alex - who is so difficult to like and with whom it is so difficult to empathise. A thie... READ MORE
Paul Higham