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READ & DOWNLOAD Gone By Leona Deakin ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Four strangers are missing Left at their last known locations are birthday cards that read YOUR GIFT IS THE GAME DARE TO PLAY The police aren’t worried – it’s just a game But the families are. I have wanted to read this book forevahhhh I will not even get into the long search the lengths I went to to get it or how much I paidI read the description and just became obsessed with reading it Overall Worth it Great premise well executed and even though I worked some of it out it was great fun the whole rideAnyone who reads my reviews knows I love me a good psychopath My parents slept like babies when I had the chance to interview a few for a grad school project Pro Tip This book was later released as Gone

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READ & DOWNLOAD Gone By Leona Deakin ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Hing makes them very dangerous indeedAs disappearances are reported and new birthday cards uncovered Dr Bloom races to unravel the mystery and find the puppeteer But is she playing into their hands. I was sent a card in the post wishing me a happy first birthday which immediately had me intrigued but then reading the greeting inside YOUR GIFT IS THE GAMEDARE TO PLAY I must admit intrigue turned to excitement like a fool I m always the first to volunteer for a dare but as they normally end in tears I had my reservations about this one That s not the case for the four missing strangers in Gone by Leona Deakin they jump in feet first with no thought of the conseuences of playing a game they know nothing about Despite my initial reservations Gone turned out to be a dark psychological thriller with lashings of intrigue and suspense I must admit to begin with I wasn t certain that Gone was a book I would enjoy as there are two simultaneous stories that run alongside each other the first focuses on the missing persons the other on a disturbed child called Seraphine There are also several characters that are introduced to the reader fairly early on in the book but once I had them sorted in my head I found it a difficult book to put down as curiosity got the better of me This isn t your typical missing person case no one s been kidnapped or taken against their will in fact the people who have disappeared seem to have gone voluntarily leaving behind families friends and family without a backward glance Why How are they connected How are they singled out Are they victims or are they something far sinister What are the rules of the sick twisted game Are all uestions Dr Augusta Bloom a Psychologist who freuently works with the police and Marcus Jameson who worked for MI6 are intent on finding the answers too I did feel the author barely scratched the surface of the main protagonists characters but to be honest it didn t matter one iota as my interest very much lay with the missing people and their story s Although in main the story is a hunt for the missing people I found the most intriguing part revolved around the people who were invited to play It came as no surprise to find out the author is a psychologist her knowledge shines through as she explains the psychological aspects of the game and gets inside the heads of those playing These are the characters I found this most intriguing the most disturbing and yet the most fascinating With an imaginative plot and a fascinating psychologist cum private detective Gone made a refreshing change from most books in the genre and although some may not enjoy the slower pace of this book I would urge you to give it a go especially if you enjoy books featuring psychopaths that involve profiling I found these bits a fascinating read Although I guessed the twist by the halfway mark I still enjoyed how the author brought all the threads together A word of advice to those who fill out those inconseuential social media uestionaries Gone will definitely make you think twice about filling them out in the future however harmless they may seem Despite the slow start Gone turns into an accomplished first novel and I m looking forward to reading further books by Leona Deakin The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox A Year in the Life of a Supreme Court Clerk in FDR's Washington uncovered Dr Bloom races to The Illusionists unravel the mystery and find the puppeteer But is she playing into their hands. I was sent a card in the post wishing me a happy first birthday which immediately had me intrigued but then reading the greeting inside YOUR GIFT IS THE GAMEDARE TO PLAY I must admit intrigue turned to excitement like a fool I m always the first to volunteer for a dare but as they normally end in tears I had my reservations about this one That s not the case for the four missing strangers in Gone by Leona Deakin they jump in feet first with no thought of the conseuences of playing a game they know nothing about Despite my initial reservations Gone turned out to be a dark psychological thriller with lashings of intrigue and suspense I must admit to begin with I wasn t certain that Gone was a book I would enjoy as there are two simultaneous stories that run alongside each other the first focuses on the missing persons the other on a disturbed child called Seraphine There are also several characters that are introduced to the reader fairly early on in the book but once I had them sorted in my head I found it a difficult book to put down as curiosity got the better of me This isn t your typical missing person case no one s been kidnapped or taken against their will in fact the people who have disappeared seem to have gone voluntarily leaving behind families friends and family without a backward glance Why How are they connected How are they singled out Are they victims or are they something far sinister What are the rules of the sick twisted game Are all Planet of the Bugs uestions Dr Augusta Bloom a Psychologist who freuently works with the police and Marcus Jameson who worked for MI6 are intent on finding the answers too I did feel the author barely scratched the surface of the main protagonists characters but to be honest it didn t matter one iota as my interest very much lay with the missing people and their story s Although in main the story is a hunt for the missing people I found the most intriguing part revolved around the people who were invited to play It came as no surprise to find out the author is a psychologist her knowledge shines through as she explains the psychological aspects of the game and gets inside the heads of those playing These are the characters I found this most intriguing the most disturbing and yet the most fascinating With an imaginative plot and a fascinating psychologist cum private detective Gone made a refreshing change from most books in the genre and although some may not enjoy the slower pace of this book I would Fishes of the Open Ocean urge you to give it a go especially if you enjoy books featuring psychopaths that involve profiling I found these bits a fascinating read Although I guessed the twist by the halfway mark I still enjoyed how the author brought all the threads together A word of advice to those who fill out those inconseuential social media Out of Bounds uestionaries Gone will definitely make you think twice about filling them out in the future however harmless they may seem Despite the slow start Gone turns into an accomplished first novel and I m looking forward to reading further books by Leona Deakin

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READ & DOWNLOAD Gone By Leona Deakin ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Frantic and psychologist and private detective Dr Augusta Bloom is persuaded to investigate As she delves into the lives of the missing people she finds something that binds them allAnd that somet. Gone Is a rerelease of the Book Mind GamesIt s a psychological crime thriller and has uite an interesting premiseIts told from multiple POV and was uite the suspenseful mystery with plenty of twists and turns to keep your attentionMarcus Jameson and Augusta Bloom Ex spy and criminal psychologist but also partners in there own PI businessTheir latest case involves the disappearance of a family friend s mother who has vanished after receiving a mysterious birthday card with the message Your Gift is the game dare to playUpon further investigation it is revealed there are others that have disappeared in similar circumstancesAs the mystery deepens and the numbers climb its not long until the police themselves get involvesI did like the dynamic between Bloom and Jameson it worked well and I found this to be an intriguing read its clear the author knows her psychologyI did guess uite early on what the twist was but this was still an enjoyable experienceOverall this was a solid readI voluntary reviewed a copy of GoneReviewed By Beckie Bookwormhttpswwwfacebookcombeckiebookwormwwwbeckiebookwormcom Fire and Desire Mixed Race Movies in the Silent Era uite an interesting premiseIts told from multiple POV and was The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox A Year in the Life of a Supreme Court Clerk in FDR's Washington uite the suspenseful mystery with plenty of twists and turns to keep your attentionMarcus Jameson and Augusta Bloom Ex spy and criminal psychologist but also partners in there own PI businessTheir latest case involves the disappearance of a family friend s mother who has vanished after receiving a mysterious birthday card with the message Your Gift is the game dare to playUpon further investigation it is revealed there are others that have disappeared in similar circumstancesAs the mystery deepens and the numbers climb its not long The Illusionists until the police themselves get involvesI did like the dynamic between Bloom and Jameson it worked well and I found this to be an intriguing read its clear the author knows her psychologyI did guess Planet of the Bugs uite early on what the twist was but this was still an enjoyable experienceOverall this was a solid readI voluntary reviewed a copy of GoneReviewed By Beckie Bookwormhttpswwwfacebookcombeckiebookwormwwwbeckiebookwormcom

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  • Gone By Leona Deakin
  • Leona Deakin
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  • 10 January 2017
  • 9781473561052