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I Let You Go

I Let You Go

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So elegantly written , flawlessly structured and with characters you care about from the very first page.

He stopped, recognizing the look on her face almost before he saw the Command and Control printout in her hand. It turns out following an art exhibition of Jenna's art Ian, once again, becomes jealous of who Jenna is talking too. At the same time, the novel tracks the pair of Bristol police investigators trying to get to the bottom of this hit-and-run. Vivid storytelling with persuasive characters and a schemingly intelligent narrative - and one prize-winning plot-twist ― S. There is just so much to consider… from the grave outcomes of momentary choices to the intricate, emotional relationships that often set the course of our lives.Sees the dark shadow form beneath his head and hears her own wail as though it comes from someone else. I Let You Go is told from a number of viewpoints, from Jenna, a sculptor making a new life for herself in Penfach, through to police officers Ray and Kate, to Jenna’s husband.

The ripples of the accident in the Fishponds area of the city, spread out and affect everyone of them. If he thought too long about how it must feel to watch your child die in your arms, he would be no use to anyone, not least to Jacob and his mother. The twists that define and propel the second half of the book are made possible by Mackintosh’s fastidious character development in the book’s first half.Floodlights were mounted on metal tripods, their strong beams picking out the fine mist of rain, which had thankfully abated in the last hour. At first I thought I wouldn’t have any sympathy at all for Jenna and her situation nor really care what happened to her. Jenna has never been to Wales before but she’s grateful for the lack of ties and connections she has to the place. To me, Part Two felt like a giant game of Jenga, with Mackintosh calculatingly removing block after block, watching her characters (and her readers) wobble this way and that. The pain of a mother, who in a split second let’s go of her son’s hand as he crosses the road, is one that will haunt her for the rest of her life, along with those impacted by this horrific accident.

She pulled the drawstring cord tighter round her hand, and Ray watched the color drain from her fingers. I don’t have time to think about doing this now, and although it’s heavy and awkward I add it to my bag. To the point that it's taken me nearly 24 hours to be able to articulate how this book made me feel. The frank writing style, the here and now setting, combined with authentic relationships between the two sisters featured in this novel, makes Before I Let You Go a book I recommend many times over.Jenna is a character who is clearly flawed, but I felt drawn to her and her subsequent healing process. Clare is patron of the Silver Star Society, a charity based at the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford, which supports parents experiencing high-risk or difficult pregnancies. The reader is presented with various perspectives on the book’s central crime: a hit and run accident where a young boy is killed, and the driver never stops to help. Leaning forward to warm the boy with her body, she holds her coat open over them both, its hem drinking surface water from the road. She looks up at the blurred windscreen, its wipers sending arcs of water into the darkening night, and she screams at the unseen driver to help her.

There was usually a bit of hackle-rising from shift when CID turned up and started going over old ground, but that was just the way it had to be.As a psychological thriller it’s page-turning and compelling, making me obsessed and reading much later into the night than I’d planned. Before I Let You Go also zones in on addiction and the various health professionals, lawyers, hospital staff and mental health professional involved in combating this illness. Staying in a remote cottage, the silence – in her head – is deafening as the past comes back to haunt her.

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