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  1. says:

    Oh my God it’s been a long time since I’ve suffered through a book that made me want to just BE DONE WITH IT ALREADY But this book Our House by Louise Candlish just seemed to just go on and ON Seriously there was NO reason for this book to be 400 pages There were way too many asides throughout this novel which slowed the pace greatly and contributed to the superfluous word count Not to mention those peanut gallery comments from the

  2. says:

    45 STARS Fiona Fi Lawson lives in a very desirable London suburb and she always gets a warm tingly feeling when she enters her street However on this particular beautiful winter's day she spots a removal van out

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    My reviews can also be seen at Stars Can you imagine coming home one day to find strangers moving their belongings into YOUR home? Unpacking and

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    4 thrillers are really bad for me trusting other people everyone is a liar stars Roll·er coast·er roll·er coast·er a thing that contains or goes through wild and unpredictable changes Aye you're not wrong there WebsterThis starts right out of the gate and immediately draws the reader in We begin our story w

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    I'm going to keep this one short and sweet because I've found I don't have much to say that hasn't been said already This wasn't a bad read; the cover is inviting the premise is brilliant and there was even a nice twist thrown in so I did enjoy this overall My main issue was that the middle portion of the story felt bogged down It could just be that I was in a funk when I picked this up and needed something

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    I loved our house by Louise Candlish I couldn't put it down it was truly addictive compelling and hypnotic It was by far the best psychological thriller I've read for uite a while and I expect it to do extremely well in the bestsellers chart A family moves into the house they’ve just bought in Trinity Avenue Nothing strange about that Except it is your house And you didn’t sell it Fiona Fi arrives home to f

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    A domestic noir novel that will pull you into the suspense and shock you with every last twist Wow I am beyond imp

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    Our house is a very very very fine housewith two cats in the yardlife used to be so hardnow everything is easy 'cause of youOn Trinity Avenue the sort of domestic bliss described in the lyrics above could not be further from the truthIn this version of Our House secrets and deception reign Our House by Louise C

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    45 Stars Filled With Madness 🌟🌟🌟🌟5 🎵Father wears his Sunday bestMother's tired she needs a restThe kids are playing up downstairsSister's sighing in her sleepBrother's got a date to keepHe can't hang aroundOur house in the middle of our streetOur house in the middle of ourOur house it has a crowdThere's always something happeningAnd it's usually uite loudOur mum she's so house proudNothing ever slows her

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    Fiona Lawson comes home to discover that there are other people moving into her home taken aback she confronts the people moving in W

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review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Louise Candlish

Our House

On a bright January morning in the London suburbs a family moves into the house they’ve just bought in Trinity AvenueNothing strange about that Except it is your house And you didn’t sell itFor better for worseWhen Fi arrives home to find a removals van outside he. My reviews can also be seen at Stars Can you imagine coming home one day to find strangers moving their belongings into YOUR home Unpacking and putting things away while you stand there in shock Well that s exactly what has happened to Fiona Lawson in Our House The book starts off right at the heart of it Our female protagonist forty two year old Fiona Lawson is heading down her street and sees what looks like someone carrying items into her house She thinks that she must be seeing things But she s nottwo moving men are clearly walking down HER path taking things into HER houseShe sees a woman who she thinks must be a friend of her estranged husband Bram But when she speaks to this woman she s in no way prepared for what she hears We re just moving in My husband will be here soon with the second van She s also not prepared for what she sees inside the house ALL of their things are gone The house is emptywell except for the stranger s things being moved in I m telling you you must have made a mistake I m telling you it s not possible for you to have bought a house that was never for sale Prior to this Fiona and her soon to be ex husband Bram have been sharing custody of their boys as well as their house at 91 Trinity Avenue Whoever s turn it is to be with the children stays in the house with them while the other parent stays somewhere else It s a fairly new and uniue way of doing things It s called Bird s nest custody But right now Fiona has no idea what s going on Plus she can t find Bram She calls him but his phone is out of service It s like he s fallen off the face of the earth At that moment she realizes her house is the least of her worries Where is Bram Where are her children And in that instant her waking nightmare becomes something so terrifying it has no name This was such an interesting and uniue read I really enjoyed how the story was told with alternating perspectives I also enjoyed the social media aspect The Victim is a podcast where Fiona tells her story Interspersed throughout the novel are comments from listeners of the podcast as well as excerpts from a word document that help to give readers another point of view This was how human disaster worked you began by trying to conceal a mistake and you finished up here the perpetrator of a hundred further mistakes Though I did figure out a couple of things ahead of time I was still completely in the grip of this intriguing story An interesting plot some great characters along with a few great twists made this a very enjoyable read I really liked how everything came together in the endIn my opinion Our House was a well written intriguing domestic suspense novel that has me excited to see what Louise Candlish writes nextI d like to thank Berkley for giving me the opportunity to read this book in exchange for my honest review

review Our House

R house she is completely blind sided Trinity Avenue has been her family’s home for years Where are all her belongings How could this have happened Desperately calling her ex husband Bram who owns the house with her Fi discovers he has disappearedFor richer for poor. I loved our house by Louise Candlish I couldn t put it down it was truly addictive compelling and hypnotic It was by far the best psychological thriller I ve read for uite a while and I expect it to do extremely well in the bestsellers chart A family moves into the house they ve just bought in Trinity Avenue Nothing strange about that Except it is your house And you didn t sell it Fiona Fi arrives home to find a removals van outside her house Trinity Avenue has been her family s home for years Where are all her belongings How could this have happened Desperately calling her ex husband Bram Fi discovers he has disappeared The Fi uncovers the she realises their lives have been turned upside by a nightmare of their own making A devastating crime has been committed but who exactly is the guilty party What has Bram hidden from her and what has she hidden from himI enjoyed reading Fiona s recollection of the story through a podcast and Bram s through a letterword document interspersed with the events as they happened This was a uniue way of story telling and very creative that was fun to follow and obviously very skilfully put together Although Fi was perhaps a little too forgiving and nice towards her husband it was believable considering her love for the children and the concern for their welfare I personally haven t heard of the birds nest set up before but can see how it could work by putting the childchildren s needs first Property fraud murder adultery secrets lies betrayal double crossing this book has it all and much twists and turns along the way that keep the story exciting and entertaining Many a time I was caught out at the sudden revelationsThe premise of the story is such a frightening scenario especially with the fraudsters being so close to home and it really did have my stomach in a flutter of nerves thinking about it happening to me I will definitely be reading by this brilliant author again as far as I m concerned Louise has reached the dizzy heights of psychological suspense with professionalism creative imagination and tremendous storytelling I was spellbound to the very last page and uite upset when it ended but wowWith a beautiful cover too this book just oozes to be read and it should come as no surprise that I highly recommend our house to psychological and thriller readers young and old it s tantalisingly good and not to be missed5 stars

review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Louise Candlish

ErThe Fi uncovers the she realises their lives have been turned upside by a nightmare of their own making A devastating crime has been committed but who exactly is the guilty party What has Bram hidden from her – and what has she hidden from himTill death us do part. Our house is a very very very fine housewith two cats in the yardlife used to be so hardnow everything is easy cause of youOn Trinity Avenue the sort of domestic bliss described in the lyrics above could not be further from the truthIn this version of Our House secrets and deception reign Our House by Louise Candlish is a taut domestic drama that follows the dual narrative of husband and wife Bram and Fi Lawson The book starts out with a crime a fraud within a marriage and the events leading up to it are then pieced together over the course of the book Through the excellent use of mixed media sources you get both Fi s and Bram s perspectives Hers is told through an extensive interview done for a podcast called The Victim and his is told through a sort of confessional manifesto I have mentioned before that I am absolute TRASH for books that incorporate mixed media sources From Bram Stoker s Dracula Stephen King s Carrie Nick Cutter s The Troop Marisha Pessl s Night Film and everything in betweenI just love how these different elements such as journal entries newspaper articles psychologist s notes and police reports can truly bring a story to life I find overall that this type of format enhances my commitment to a storyline In my opinion Candlish did a really great job weaving the two perspectives together whilst also running it along with a shorter present events perspective If not done well this type of formatting can often become disjointed and confusing but I never felt that hereAs for our protagonists Fi and Graham I didn t like either one of them Fi came off as weak and passive aggressive while Bram is a total coward Did this keep me from enjoying story Absolutely not I am not a person who needs to like any or all of the characters in the books I read I mean I only like about 50% of the people I meet IRL so how can I expect to be enad with all the book characters I meet This being said although to me personally Fi and Bram were far from likable I did get drawn down the rabbit hole of deception and absolutely wanted to know the truth behind it I think if we can all learn a little something from this story it would be honesty IS IN FACT the best policyThe ending of this was fabulous Just when I thought at least one thing was going to go the way I wantedDo I think you should read this book Yes definitely I think this would be a great book to read around the holidays It will make your own family seem so much better by comparison and if that doesn t recommend a book I don t know what will Thank you so much to the publisher Berkley Publishing Group for providing me with a copy to read and review I had a lot of fun with it and look forward to reading from this author

  • Hardcover
  • 408
  • Our House
  • Louise Candlish
  • English
  • 07 September 2019
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