A Novelization Of The 1995 Television Series The Series Is A Sequel To Widows 1 And Widows 2 , And It Features Many Of The Original Cast Including Dolly The Author Also Wrote Three Prime Suspect Novels Which Have Been Televised. Dreadful Facile style, no real depth to the characters. As I started to read this book, realised inhale read it before done that several times recently but couldn t remember ending, so carried on Dollie Rawlings has just spent 8 years in prison decides to take up a decent life with help of hidden diamonds from p
OMGWould recommend to every adult I have always enjoyed ms la plantes books this didn t disappoint Wanted it to never end but wanted to know how it ended It was very edge of the seat towards the end I felt that this book was not nearly as good as some her earlier books and that maybe La Plante bowed to the pressure of the publishers to bring out a new book when there was not enough material to continue in the series The characters were weak and the plot line rather thin. I usually love Lynda La Plante novels but this one wasn t quite up to her normal high standards I didn t really connect or empathise with the characters and the plot seemed to take a long time to unfold It was readable, but not gripping An average read. I love Lynda La Plante but this one wasn t quite up to her usual standards I persevered but it dragged on and on and then just stopped dead One of those books where you feel cheated at the end. What a steaming pile of crap Want to read a book that feels like it was written by three day old road kill A book with too many characters, zero character development, a keystone cops grab bag of plot twists and an absolutely unbelievable, bizarro heistoh, and don t let me forget the SHOCKING ending that just comes out of the blue Well, this turd of a book is it Do yourself a favour Buy a blank exercise
Fantastic writingLynda La Plante is a household name because of her fantastic writing and this book is no different She drags you into these ex con s lives and you end up caring about them Only sad thing is it ended so abruptly. Synopsis A novelization of the 1995 television series The series is a sequel to Widows 1 and Widows 2 , and it features many of the original cast including Dolly The author also wrote three Prime Suspect novels which have been televised. Excellent read full of tension and keeping the reader on edge The ending was a bit unexpected as one felt they might get away with it.There were Aaron lot of balls in the air at any one time.
- 469 pages
- Shes Out (Dolly Rawlins, #3)
- Lynda La Plante
- 22 April 2018 Lynda La Plante