Book Reviews by DACA LRC Staff Book Club
The Silence Between Breaths Book Review 1
Omg! I don’t know where to start!
This book was brilliant! I read the 1st page when I got the book and couldn’t wait to start it when I got home from work on Monday tea time & had finished it by Tuesday afternoon – I just couldn’t put it down!
I got so into the characters that I was thinking about them all day and wondering how they were doing! It was like a film was being played out in my head the whole time I was reading it. I could feel the pressure in my chest leading up to the bomb going off & I was willing them to get off the train or move away from Saheel. I wept for the characters that died and the ones that didn’t. I had a heavy heart after reading the book and I don’t think it was because of the recent atrocities in Manchester & London. I suspect that it was because the author had created normal, ordinary people that had become ‘real’. Absolutely fantastic – will be looking to read more of Cath Staincliffe’s books.
The Silence Between Breaths Book Review 2
This is a well thought out plot with twists and turns throughout. Staincliffe writes from each passengers’ perspective, which leaves the reader full of suspense and gripped. A brilliant read and would definitely recommend.
More reviews to follow soon…