Here's what some of my readers have said about 'The Shelter':
|Bring on the rest of the trilogy!|
"For a first novel this was mightily impressive. The more I read, the more it became a real page-turner, the kind that makes you grumpy if you get interrupted or have to go to work/sleep, or cook or go shopping.
The character development was essentially believable, with Harry especially endearing (probably because of his crankiness). The interplay between 1944 and 2004 worked persuasively; and although you could sense quite early where the plot line was heading, there were enough twists and turns to make sure you could never be sure..
It left me with a duality of feeling: impatience for the next two in the trilogy, yet anxiety as to whether they can reach the same standard. I am willing to have a punt that they will, and will be ordering both as soon as they are available.
|A really good read|
This book had me interested from the first chapter and I found I had to keep coming back to it. It was easy to read and I really enjoyed it. The action moves quickly along and although there were some parts of the plot that you sensed were coming there were enough twists to keep your interest. I, for one will eagerly look forward to the rest of this trilogy and hopefully the answers to some of the questions that were left at the end of the first book.
Jolly good read, fast-paced story line, neat plot twists. Likeable and engaging characters. Looking forward to reading more of Harry Stammers' exploits. I've recommend this book to friends and family already.
You can't put it down once you pick up this brilliant book. Can't wait for the next one in the series.
|Review of 'The Shelter'|
Excellent story. The research must have taken ages and the whole storyline was superb and kept me guessing until the end. Great characters with brilliant detail.
Can't wait to read the second in the trilogy
|'The Shelter' - The enigma of thrillers|
What an excellent book, could not put it down. Definitely recommend you to read it to discover how events in WW2 and the present are entwined.
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