Book Review #149: Too Close

Author: Gayle Curtis

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Language: English

Series, if any: NA

Publisher: Bonnie Publishing

Date of publication: 18 May 2016

No. of pages: 269


Cecelia and Sebastian have a connection that can not be defined by norm; they are more than brother and sister. They are twins – same in unity, same in entity. Their bond has always been their savious while growing up. But when truth and lies are thrown in together, the same bond becomes a stiffling blanket. 

As Cecelia tries to break away from the ties that bind her to her brother, Sebastian is equally determined to keep the twins together – no matter what the cost is. 

My Review: 

This is one seriously twisted novel. I mean the book ended and I am not sure what the happened but whatver has happened was pretty damn good. The Plot is truly intense, dark and definitely impacts the psyche. The author has given a dark twist the bond of twin that makes it an intriguing read. The characters are strong and humane and makes it easy to form a bond – doesn’t matter if it’s love or hate. 

The cover image is definitely intriguing and justifies the description well. Though I feel the image of the children could have been a little more bigger to continue with the dramatic impact. The title is simple and resonates with the underlying theme of the plot. 

My opinion: One of the most intriguing and dark psychological thriller I have read, especially when it comes to familial relationships. 

My rating: 3.5 out of 5


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