STORY-LINE I SEE YOU:
I See You is an intense psychological thriller. Zoe is an ordinary divorced mother of two, working everyday, daily riding the tube to and from work, and with a live in boyfriend. However Zoe’s life takes a u-turn into a nightmare as she’s stalked by a psychological killer. Seeing her face in an ad for findtheone.com, Zoe’s life will never be the same again. Other women’s photo’s begin appearing in the same ad, then rapes, attacks, and murder occur.
One police officer believes her story, and follows through. Can the police keep Zoe safe? Who is stalking these women and why? What is findtheone.com? Who is behind this evil?
Grab a seat, my psychological mystery thriller novel review of I See You follows.
CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:
First, let me say, this novel made me consider the manner in which I conduct myself during my daily routine. Anyone can become the victim of a stalker, but vigilance can help keep us safe. In I See You, Mackinosh, skillfully leads the reader from scene to another without pause and with smooth transition.
I found the beginning of the book a little slow as the author gives us background on Zoe’s and her family’s life, however the story quickly gathered speed as it raced towards the ending. Filled with twists and turns, the intrigue is kept at high peak as Mackinstosh does not give away the plotting until the last possible moment. Just when you think you can not be surprised anymore, Mackintosh hits you with the finally bomb. What an ending!
Finally, in concluding my psychological mystery thriller novel review of I See You, I found a solid well-written story-line filled with well-developed characters and an original premise.
I SEE YOU RECOMMENDATION: STARS 4
FINALLY, PLEASE NOTE:
Additionally, I received this book from the author and chose to voluntarily review the book with an honest psychological mystery thriller novel/book review. Lastly, book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author’s opinion. Consequently, all book reviews on-line and on my blog, are my opinions. In addition, the ARC did not affect my voluntary psychological mystery thriller novel/book review.