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Published: 2 November 2017

 

Description:

JOHN WALLACE IS A TARGET
Hiding off-grid after exposing the shadowy Pendulum conspiracy, Wallace is horrified to discover he is still marked for death.

THERE ARE ONLY TWO PEOPLE HE CAN TRUST
DI Patrick Bailey is still reeling from the murder investigation that nearly cost him his life.
FBI Agent Christine Ash is hunting a serial killer with a link to an unfinished case

HE MUST FIND THE TRUTH
The death of a London journalist triggers an investigation that brings them back together, hurling them into the path of an unknown enemy.

BEFORE THE KILLER FINDS HIM
Hunted across the world, they are plunged into a nightmare deadlier than they could have ever imagined.

My Thoughts & Review:

Freefall is another tantalisingly explosive instalment in the Pendulum trilogy that picks up right where book one finished and fans of the first book will definitely not be disappointed by this fast paced and compelling read.

John Wallace is a broken man and seems hell bent on a path of self destruction, his life has been thrown into a vortex of danger and desolation ever since he first encountered the killer known as Pendulum.  It’s also good to see the return of Christine Ash and Patrick Bailey, their appearances bring a fantastic edge to the plot as well as offer superb scope for character development.  A lot of Christine’s back story came out in the first book, and so readers new to the series won’t have the full details reading this book alone, but that’s not to say they won’t get a good idea about her past and who she used to be.  Patrick on the other hand, is slowly unravelling after the events previously and cannot seem to get off this path, seeing his slump played out so clearly on the pages is sobering to see.

The plot itself (no spoilers here!), is akin to brilliance.  It makes for addictive reading and I can see why the screen rights were snapped up by Tom Hardy’s production company, Hardy Son & Baker.  This is a series that would make for excellent viewing as well as reading!

A fascinating narrative gives the reader the feeling that they are caught up in the momentum of the book, and make no mistake, this is addictive reading with clever nuances and subterfuge woven tightly throughout.  Adam Hamdy blew me away with his first book and I’m so pleased to say that the series has got even better with Freefall, I didn’t think it would be possible, but he’s done it!  ]

Everything you need in a good thriller is in this book, gripping plot, action, brilliant characters and an underlying menace that keeps you reading long into the night!

My thanks to Headline Books for the opportunity to read an early copy of this.

You can buy a copy of Freefall via:

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