TWO DECADES APART
Road Trips, house parties, Tequila Tuesday’s, dreams for their futures; a fun, loveable force to be reckoned with. No-one but each other.
Sirens, blood, tears police tape, a crime scene. Broken hearts and a broken bond. Sad goodbyes and words they thought they’d never say. One by one, until there was nothing left…
When Karen, Jason, Jessica, Bradley and Veronica find themselves back together after twenty years apart, some are more keen than others to fix their broken bond but as secrets and lies are revealed about their University days and life since they split, the group are left in pieces. Can they fix their damaged friendship or was the reunion part the beginning of the end?
Friends since primary school five friends head off to University together only to be torn apart as the result of one life changing event, the murder of a popular lecturer. We follow them as they reconnect at their University reunion, however after twenty years their lives have changed – did they even know each other as well as they thought they did?
Filled with lies, betrayal and secrets from the past this novel makes the perfect thriller. Malone perfectly builds the characters and their relationships throughout by alternating between the present and past allowing us a real insight into their lives that I often find lacking in other books.
The prologue and first few chapters of this book really draw you in, giving snippets of information and insight into the story line which leave you intrigued and wanting more. The book for me was a real page turner, each chapter conclusion is written to perfection to leave the reader hanging. I finished it in one day as I couldn’t put it down it was so gripping and I haven’t done that with a book in ages! Malones writing style makes for a fabulous easy read, but without compromising on the detail and substance the story line needs.
This is Kirstie Malone’s debut novel and she dedicates it to her Mum and Dad stating, “All I want to do is make you proud”. Well Kirstie you have no worries, I’m sure your parents couldn’t be prouder! This is an amazing debut novel which I thoroughly enjoyed, and I look forward to reading further publications from her in the future.
Want to know more about Kirstie then check out her website
Daisy Chain is available to purchase on Amazon for £8.99
13 thoughts on “Book Review: Daisy Chain by Kirstie Malone”
I have just noted the name of this book on my phone, this sounds like my cup of tea! and your writing is lovely to read!
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Thank you very much 😊 i hope you enjoy reading it if you decide to give it a go 😃 thanks for reading
I love thrillers so much at the minute that I’ll definitely be adding this one to my wishlist.. not that I need any more books to read I have hundreds! This was a really good review!
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I know what you mean I have stacks of books to get through but I’m always adding to my list on my phone of books to read 😂 Hope you enjoy it if you decide to give it a try!
Yeah that’s exactly like me everytime I see something I might like I add them to my wishlist/buy them on Kindle when they’re only like 99p!! Thankyou I’m sure I will x
This book sounds very intriguing! When past/present is dealt with in a good way (not confusing or tedious) it can be such a great storytelling device. I’ll be sure to check this one out!
I love a good book! x
This sounds a little inspired by the series How to Get Away with Murder? It totally sounds up my street, will definitely have to pick it up next time I’m looking for a good read!- https://sophiehearts.net x
This sounds really good. I’ve added it to my list x
This sounds a little like a much more accessible version of The Secret History (Donna Tartt)- the fact that you read it in a day is hugely encouraging! I will put this on my Amazon wishlist for when we go on holiday later this year and let you know what I think – great review, Mel, thank you for sharing! x
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Thanks for reading Lisa glad you enjoyed it 😃 I hope you enjoy the book I look forward to seeing what you think!
Great review! This sounds like a book I would enjoy reading.
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