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The Whisper Man After The Sudden Death Of His Wife, Tom Kennedy Believes A Fresh Start Will Help Him And His Young Son Jake Heal A New Beginning, A New House, A New Town FeatherbankBut The Town Has A Dark Past Twenty Years Ago, A Serial Killer Abducted And Murdered Five Residents Until Frank Carter Was Finally Caught, He Was Nicknamed The Whisper Man, For He Would Lure His Victims Out By Whispering At Their Windows At NightJust As Tom And Jake Settle Into Their New Home, A Young Boy Vanishes His Disappearance Bears An Unnerving Resemblance To Frank Carter S Crimes, Reigniting Old Rumors That He Preyed With An Accomplice Now, Detectives Amanda Beck And Pete Willis Must Find The Boy Before It Is Too Late, Even If That Means Pete Has To Revisit His Great Foe In Prison The Whisper ManAnd Then Jake Begins Acting Strangely He Hears A Whispering At His Window 4.5 starsShh can you hear that Tom Kennedy is looking to make a new start His wife died and he and his son, Jack, have moved into a new home in a new town in hopes of doing just that Tom is not aware that twenty years ago, in their new town, a serial killer nicknamed the Whisper Man lured young boys away from the safety of their homes by whispering into their windows at night He just wants to start over and protect his son, who is a creative child who frequently talks to his imaginary frien 4.5 starsShh can you hear that Tom Kennedy is looking to make a new start His wife died and he and his son, Jack, have moved into a new home in a new town in hopes of doing just that Tom is not aware that twenty years ago, in their new town, a serial killer nicknamed the Whisper Man lured young boys away from the safety of their homes by whispering into their windows at night He just wants to start over and protect his son, who is a creative child who frequently talks to his imaginary friend An imaginary friend who knows a riddle, one that serves as a warning about the whisper man Prior to their move, a local boy, Neil Spencer, went missing reigniting old fears and rumors as this boy s case resembled the missing boys cases from twenty years ago Did the Whisper Man work alone all those years ago Is there a copy cat killer out there Are the crimes even related DI Amanda Beck is the lead on the case but must rely on DI Pete Willis to help as he arrested the Whisper Man twenty years ago His knowledge may prove crucial if these cases are related Police detective Pete Willis visits the Whisper Man Frank Carter in prison in hopes of finding out some information Frank Carter enjoys his notoriety almost as much as he enjoys taunting DI Willis The body of one of his victims has never been found and that case has always haunted DI Willis Is he too close to this or does he have what it takes to solve the case I seriously loved this book It was creepy and captivating at the same time It sucked me in, and I couldn t turn the pages fast enough Alex North has himself a winner here This one lures the reader in right away He has also created interesting and likable characters Pete is dealing with his own personal issues while trying his best to be a good detective Tom and Jack are likable characters who recently experienced a loss This pulls on the readers heartstrings right away and helps create tension when strange things begin to happen This book evokes emotion Yes, this book is creepy and eerie, but it is also a book about relationships Relationships between fathers and sons The relationship between a Detective and the serial killer he helped put behind bars There is an incredible human element here When you have characters you care about, you don t want anything bad to happen to them, then when it looks as if they may be in danger your heart begins pounding, and you begin to wonder what is going to happen next Phew Another plus is that this book is not gory or graphic Losing a child is every parent s worst fear and we are told it happens, but we are not shown anything graphic North was able to create chilling tension without having any horrific scenes This book is told in various POV s which really worked move the plot along Another nice addition were the twists and turns along the way Little reveals leading up to the end This made the book move at just the right pace for this reader Nothing felt rushed The pace along with the plot kept me on the edge of my seat wantingCaptivating book that focuses on the people and the crime Although there is an investigation to find the kidnapper killer, I would not call this a police procedural book Again, the focus is on the characters.This was a thoroughly engrossing and chilling book which was inspired by the author s own son who told him he was playing with the boy in the floor Thank you to Celadon Books and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All the thoughts and opinions are my own I have read my way through 315 books to bring you my Top 10 Books of the Year video.Now you know that this one made the cut, check out my video review to see the others It s not going to be easy, and I need to start with an apology Because over the years I ve told you many times that there s no such thing as monsters.I m sorry that I lied Tom arrives at Featherbank with seven year old Jake in tow to escape the memories of their recently deceased wife I have read my way through 315 books to bring you my Top 10 Books of the Year video.Now you know that this one made the cut, check out my video review to see the others It s not going to be easy, and I need to start with an apology Because over the years I ve told you many times that there s no such thing as monsters.I m sorry that I lied Tom arrives at Featherbank with seven year old Jake in tow to escape the memories of their recently deceased wife and mother.And while their new house seems a bit sinister, Featherbank appears to be the idyllic town and the new start that they both craved We were going to be safe here.We were going to be happy.And for the first week, we were Twenty years ago, a string of murders rocked Featherbank Little boys going missing in the dead of night only to show up dead themselves The only clue was that they all heard a man whispering to them at night The only trace of this man is a series of rhymes passed down from the older kids to the younger ones If you leave a door half open, soon you ll hear the whispers spoken.If you play outside alone, soon you won t be going home And while the killer was eventually caught, Detective Inspector Pete knows that there sto it and has spent the last twenty years circling this dying case.But then, the unthinkable happens a child was kidnapped just a few months ago in a method eerily similarThere is one thought on everyone s mind the Whisper Man is back If your window s left unlatched, you ll hear him tapping at the glass.If you re lonely, sad, and blue, the Whisper Man will come for you Overall this one was riveting.I m talking absolutely spine tingling and I do not use that lightly The way Alex North conveyed the chilling interactions with the Whisper Man and his victims oh man Spine Tingling.There were several times where I just had to put the book down for a moment to collect myself I loved how realistic the characters were portrayed Tom, Jake and Pete were wonderfully fleshed out and dynamic Jake did lean slightly to being overly precocious but it did not ruin the experience for me.I also loved the way Alex North bent reality with the inclusion of the mysterious girl who only Jake could see she kept me on my toes throughout the novel.Very rarely am I so completely engulfed in reading This book truly had me hooked from cover to cover If you are looking for your summer thriller look no further This is it YouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat miranda.reads Happy Reading I received a free ARC of The Whisper Man by Alex North from Macmillan in exchange for an honest review. Look at my photo and fake smile because there is nothing in this book makes you smile My dog is scared so much and had nightmares because I read him some passages Five this book turned me into creepy paranoid who is afraid of her own shadow, leave the lights on before sleeping, scream as soon as hearing any approaching footsteps inside the house, wow actually I was doing all of these before, but it s still good to point a finger to something as a reason of my awkward behaviors stars As Look at my photo and fake smile because there is nothing in this book makes you smile My dog is scared so much and had nightmares because I read him some passages Five this book turned me into creepy paranoid who is afraid of her own shadow, leave the lights on before sleeping, scream as soon as hearing any approaching footsteps inside the house, wow actually I was doing all of these before, but it s still good to point a finger to something as a reason of my awkward behaviors stars As soon as I got the printed copy of this book, I became so agitated because there was another gift with the copy A FREAKING CARD As soon as you open the card, a creepy young girl s voice started to sing the ominous words If you leave a door half open, soon you ll hear the whispers spoken I threw away the card urgently like there was some burning object into my hands But my vengeful husband saw my reaction Oh the biggest mistake I always scare him off when he was watching a horror movie I approach behind his back and at the most terrifying moment of the movie, I shake him and say BOOO Ha ha you should see him cry like a baby So my husband whose sign is Scorpio relentless avenger , used this singing gift card for his revenge plan When I was about to take a beautiful nap in front of the television playing Secret Obsession The last worst Netflix fiasco , he put the card into my ear and open it Yes, you should see me screaming like toddler So I hesitated too many times to start this book But I told myself, I m living in LA, there are scariest thing at the streets walking botoxed and bleached blondes everywhere So I buckled up, put my earlaps as a precaution for another prank attack from my husband and start to read I loved this book completely The things most I liked DYSFUNCTIONAL FATHER SON RELATIONSHIPS From Frank and Francis the freakiest father and son to Pete and Tom and finally Tom and Jake All of them have connection issues and all of them have inner demons to strangle First ones didn t achieve to do that, Pete made his best and Tom is still trying STORYTELLING Well crafted story telling, smartly organized twists and shocking surprises, unputdownablity, fast and furious pacing CHARACTERS All the characters have too many flaws and they don t carry ideal heroic materials but I still loved every one of them I loved to see how Pete is willing to pay his past dues and struggle but always win his fight with alcohol I loved to see Tom s efforts to connect with his son and show how much he cared for him even he was in deep pain of the recent loss of his beloved wife And little, sweet but also a little bit scary Jake This little one is combination of Sixth Sense s Cole and Ring s Aidan with amazing drawing skills and quiet flourished imagination He s the key element of the story Because he s always one step ahead from all the characters including the murderer ENDING Two parts of ending Jake s bedroom part and prison part were fantastic and also spooky as hell There was a Friends episode that Joe was hiding the Shining book at the freezer because he was too afraid to finish it I thought I should have done the same to this book, too many times But I wanted to see the finish line and now I will probably suffer from nightmares And that sweet singing card don t help me This book is definitely one of the best thrillers of this year And maybe it s my number one on my favorite thrillers list I know it s early to decide, there are so many upcoming releases But I highly recommend it to readers who are brave enough to face their nightmares as Pete told little Jake, nightmares help us to get rid of our stuffed frustrations and overloaded anxiety , and real devoted fans of mystical, surprising, twisty thrillers 3 starsThe experience of reading this book is like falling asleep in the passenger seat of a car and startling awake with a shuddering jolt of fear, a cold window pressing hard against your cheek, a cool prickle at the base of your neck, an unfamiliar, impenetrable darkness outside and the wrongness of it all hanging in the air like the sour clang of a bell Where are you Here, trapped in a book with unknowable terrors moving in subtly like dark air before a thunderstorm And all of them are d 3 starsThe experience of reading this book is like falling asleep in the passenger seat of a car and startling awake with a shuddering jolt of fear, a cold window pressing hard against your cheek, a cool prickle at the base of your neck, an unfamiliar, impenetrable darkness outside and the wrongness of it all hanging in the air like the sour clang of a bell Where are you Here, trapped in a book with unknowable terrors moving in subtly like dark air before a thunderstorm And all of them are dogging Tom Kennedy s heels Tom s life had bent to a wretched avenue when his wife died, and he sunk to the darkest depths of a scattered, aimless mourning It was grief on top of deep weariness, and he feared he would snap like bowstrings But his son s Jake s face would not let the threads unwound Their relationship was like a flag, fragile on the wind, and they merely maneuvered around each other every day, as if the other were an awkward lamp or a misplaced vase Clawing desperately at a fresh start, Tom moves with his son into the small town of Featherbank, but they re soon lunged into a slow mo nightmare Featherbank s past seems to have stored up violence like a battery, and when a boy goes missing, it comes surging back with vengeance An ominous song that the townsfolk traded like coin spoke of The Whisper Man Featherbank s most notorious serial killer who lured his young victims away from their homes by whispering at their windows But Frank Carter is locked away in prison detective Peter Willis made sure of that though rumors of him having had an accomplice were never put to bed.When Jake starts acting strangely, Tom can t escape the feeling of having always been on a collision course with this place and this monster That old rage rises in Tom, the one that swore it would burn down the world before he let any harm come to his sonIf you leave a door half open, soon you ll hear the whispers spoken.If you play outside alone, soon you won t be going home.If your window s left unlatched, you ll hear him tapping at the glass.If you re lonely, sad, and blue, the Whisper Man will come for youNorth s uncluttered, crisp prose helps push the narrative at a brisk pace, and though the mechanics of the plot sometimes seem to grind and stall and the final reveal does not pack as much rattling energy as one would hope, the emotional terrain of the book remains clear and compelling I was fully invested and never bored I became acutely aware, with every page turn, of a quietly encroaching eventuality, and it made me want to scuttle under the covers like a frightened squid, a strange darkening slinking slowly forward like a cat across the lawn, as the novel marches with cool, classical inevitability toward its terrible conclusion If you re paying attention, you may figure out who the monster is the clues are there all along and the author puts them together in a clever way.The torn open stomach of parenthood and the anxieties that abound within it have been fodder for fiction for years And with The Whisper Man, North joins the conversation in a quietly powerful way Tom s undimmed love for his son is a lantern glow in the center of the story a bright spot like a firefly guiding the way forward and it gladdens my heart to think of it When Tom had lost his wife, he d thought he d lost sight of any landmark that might have led his small family someplace happier The thought of letting Jack down, of not being good enough of a parent, gave him such continual anguish It came to him obtrusively, obsessively, always with a painful shock, and Tom felt the terrible truth of it in the seemingly unbridgeable distance between them the impassable distance between a father and son even when they were within arm s reach of each other But when a threat to his son s life bathed Tom in the furnace heat of a menace as unforgiving as a wildfire, the bedrock atrocity of his insecurities dwindled to ember and ash, driven out by a love so caustic it seared every nerve His relationship with his son might be damaged and eroded, but it was not destroyed They ll jigsaw the jangled, broken thing it became, until it fit itself back together and begin, perhaps, to mend.All in all, a solid read ko fi blog twitter tumblr

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