Review of ‘I Let You Go’ by Clare Mackintosh

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In these uncertain times, what better way to escape from it all than with a good book – a happy feel-good novel or a gripping page-turner – either one will transport you for a while to a different place and take your mind off current anxieties and worries.

So, today, I’m sharing a review of a book I have enjoyed enormously.

‘I Let You Go’ by Clare Mackintosh, this was published in 2014 and was her debut novel; since then she has written at least three more notable ones.


It is a completely gripping psychological thriller which you may well find, as I did, that you have to devour all in one sitting and will certainly take your mind off Coronavirus for a day or a night! It is the story of a young woman, Jenna Gray, whose life is changed for ever in a split second by a tragic accident when her young son is killed and the consequences of which are far reaching and shocking.


The plotting is brilliantly conceived with an astonishing twist that completely stunned me – I did not see it coming! As soon as I finished the book, I turned straight back to the beginning to re-read it, to see if the twists and turns could have been foreseen.


If you liked Gone Girl or Girl on a Train, you will love this.

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