Book Review: “I Am Watching You”

Are you in the market for a heart-pounding thriller with a twist that you won’t see coming? Look no further than “I Am Watching You” by Teresa Driscoll.

The book centers around Ella Longfield, an average woman who witnesses two convicted criminals flirting with young girls on a train. Despite her discomfort, she fails to intervene. The next day, she learns that one of the girls, Anna Ballard, has vanished. A year later, Anna has yet to be found, and Ella is wracked with guilt.

But just as Ella begins to move on with her life, she begins receiving threatening letters. Someone knows about her inaction on the train, and they’re not afraid to remind her of it. As the anniversary of Anna’s disappearance approaches, secrets begin to unravel. Anna’s best friend, Sarah, hasn’t been truthful about what happened the night she vanished, and her parents have been keeping secrets of their own.

The tension builds with each passing chapter, and just when you think you know the ending, Driscoll throws in a twist that will leave you reeling. The characters are well-developed and realistic, and you’ll find yourself invested in their fates.

Overall, “I Am Watching You” is a gripping thriller that will keep you turning pages until the very end. If you’re looking for a book to keep you on the edge of your seat, this one is a must-read. It’s no surprise that it’s an Amazon Charts bestseller – this book deserves all the hype it’s getting. So grab a copy, buckle up, and get ready for a wild ride.
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Price: $5.99
(as of Mar 25, 2023 05:51:48 UTC – Details)

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