Nina Todd Has Gone by Lesley Glaister

Published May 29, 2013

Nina Todd Has Gone by Lesley Glaister

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I really enjoyed this one. It was confusing to start with, flipping between three points of view, although gradually I realised there was symbol at the top of each chapter that helped you figure out which character was sharing their point of view. Gradually it came together, anyway, and turned into a really gripping thriller.

Neither of the main characters were particularly likeable, so it wasn’t so much rooting for good to prevail, but to find out what happened and what the big plan was. I thought after all the build up, the end game was a bit flat, but the last few lines made perfect sense and overall it wasn’t a disappointment.

Enjoyable, uncomfortable, very much a page-turner, I couldn’t wait to get to the end to see what happened but then was sad it was over.

Rating: Unrated

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