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Dare to Remember: 'intriguing and Gripping', a Psychological Thriller That Will Bring You to the Edge of Your Seat... Paperback – 13 January 2017
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- Publisher : Legend Press Ltd (13 January 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 256 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1785079115
- ISBN-13 : 978-1785079115
- Dimensions : 12.9 x 2.03 x 19.81 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 853,974 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
Dare to Remember is without a doubt a novel that will have the reader gripped and desperate to reach the end for answers--By the Letter Book Reviews
At times unsettling, but utterly compelling. Dare To Remember is an intriguing and imaginative novel.--Anne Cater, Random Things Through My Letterbox Cater
I could hardly pull myself away from this fabulous read that kept my interest from page one to the end... I hung on every word, every sentence.--Sue and her books
If you like a novel when you get completely inside the head of the main character and cannot help but become involved in their pain and anguish, then you will enjoy this.--BibliomaniacUK
If you like good physiological suspense then you must read Dare to Remember. You'll find it hard to put down.--A Lover of Books
If you love to read psychological dramas, that give great insight into human psychology and have thought provoking themes running throughout them, then Dare to Remember is the book for you. It's also a cracking good story.--Brew and Books Review
The acuity of the narrative at times leaves the reader squirming in the therapist's chair--Rich Reviews
About the Author
Susanna is a psychological crime writer who lives in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Her day job in PR both demands and celebrates writing and she's helped promote everything from websites to wine. She writes every day, all the time: news, articles, speeches, websites, blogs - and now novels.
She likes dark, contemplative stories with a twist; she's fascinated by the psychology of relationships and the impact of insignificant events on people's lives.
Susanna started writing fiction after attending a course at the Faber Academy. Other passions include her dogs, who keep her grounded, and tennis, which clears her brain of pretty much everything.
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Felt great anxiety for the main character Lisa and shed tears in a couple of places. Her trauma unfolds gradually and convincingly and everything that happens around that process is timely and credible. This story contains a very realistic account of PTSD, which I have heard professional psychologists describe and nothing in Susanna's writing struck a discordant note. The experience of reliving trauma was beautifully handled as a key theme for me, with compassion and insight from the author. It seemed well researched right through.
Loved the small details which gave the writing colour and depth. The author uses Lisa’s relative isolation and daily routine to bring a quiet rhythm to the story. Subtle characterisation built a clear picture of each person for me; the therapist, for example, wonderfully named and the dialogue made him so like therapists I’ve met! And Riley: I don’t remember a dog character being so central and so significant as an ally and a comfort to a character.
I also liked the way the author brought in the restorative justice approach which isn’t known about. Hopefully it will become better understood if this book gets the readership it deserves. Strong recommend from me. When's the next one out?