Sugar for Sugar: UK Edition

Sugar for Sugar UK Edition A gripping psychological thriller How far would you go to uncover the secrets of your past Issy Cunningham has made a new life for herself but that s all about to come crashing down If only she could

  • Title: Sugar for Sugar: UK Edition
  • Author: Seb Kirby
  • ISBN: 9781539120155
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • A gripping psychological thriller How far would you go to uncover the secrets of your past Issy Cunningham has made a new life for herself but that s all about to come crashing down If only she could recall what happened that Valentine s Eve, she would be able to tell the police what really took place But those memories won t come because there s too much in the past tA gripping psychological thriller How far would you go to uncover the secrets of your past Issy Cunningham has made a new life for herself but that s all about to come crashing down If only she could recall what happened that Valentine s Eve, she would be able to tell the police what really took place But those memories won t come because there s too much in the past that troubles her How can she set the record straight when her past won t let her be

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    About "Seb Kirby"

    1. Seb Kirby

      Seb Kirby is the author of the James Blake Thriller series TAKE NO MORE, REGRET NO MORE and FORGIVE NO MORE and the psychological thrillers EACH DAY I WAKE and SUGAR FOR SUGAR He is currently working on a third psychological thriller He is also the author of the the sci fi thriller DOUBLE BIND.An avid reader from an early age his grandfather ran a mobile lending library in Birmingham he was hooked from the first moment he discovered the treasure trove of books left to his parents He was a university academic for many years, latterly at University of Liverpool Now, as a full time writer, his goal is to add to the magic of the wonderful words and stories he discovered back then He lives in the Wirral, UK Interests Writing Music Jazz Science Travel.

    977 thoughts on “Sugar for Sugar: UK Edition”

    1. Isobel (Issy) wakes to find herself in the hospital, talking to a therapist. She has no memory of how she got there, doesn't really know where she is. Upon examination, her physician finds that she has been assaulted. When police get involved, she learns that her boss has been murdered.Bit by bit as her memory returns, she is more confused than ever. When evidence points to her as being the murderer, she turns to the only person she barely remembers as being a friend. She needs to know her past [...]


    2. Issy Cunningham has lost her memory due to the trauma of being raped. It comes back gradually and, with her, we find out what has really happened. In addition to the rape, she has a deep tragedy in her past and this has never left her. Both the past she can remember and the past she has recently forgotten haunt her mind. The story manipulates the reader to some extent as we make up our minds what’s happening without the full information. As it unfolds, it’s a shock to have our expectations r [...]


    3. I have read books by Seb Kirby in the past and loved every one of them. One of the things I really like about books by him is the obvious attention to detail that he has in his writing, it is quite outstanding. This novel has all the detail but also has a very simple story that is very easy to follow, the best of both worlds. Issy Cunningham has had terrible tragedy in her past and on the eve of Valentines it is about to take her to new depths of personal lows. The only thing is she can not reme [...]


    4. With the first few pages of his latest novel, Seb Kirby seemed to have challenged his abilities as a writer by choosing two elements that many writers find difficult to pull off: the unreliable first-person narrator, and present-tense action.It seems challenging at first, but within the first three chapters, you can see how clever Kirby is.Sugar for Sugar begins with a prologue about a hit-and-run accident. But the story really begins with “I’m lost in a dark, dark place and, try as hard as [...]


    5. 2 or 3 stars? I'll be nice and give it 3. It wasn't a bad book, it has a quick and thrilling pace but some of the characters seem stunted and there were a lot of grammatical errors that bothered me. Cool story though. I'll give it that.


    6. A well paced story with nice short chapters that will keep you reading . lovely main character that you can't help but like . This was my first book by this author but it will not be the last . I was given a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review



    7. Brilliant, what you call a page turner, short chapters kept it fast paced, definitely reading more by this author!


    8. I do love a book with an unreliable narrator. That's not a spoiler btw as the author mentions Issy's memory loss in the blurb. We, as readers, are as clueless as her as to what happened that Valentines night. We first meet Issy in a medical centre. She had no idea where she is or why she is there as she is suffering from memory loss. She also has trouble forming new memories as she keeps asking the same questions over and over which indicates that she has suffered some kind of trauma. There are [...]


    9. This is the first book I have read from this author and after enjoying this one I wouldn't hesitate in reading more. This was well paced, with short chapters which is something I love in a book.Issy Cunningham wakes up in hospital not able to remember anything in her past, particularly what happened on Valentine's Eve. Her boss is found dead at work and the police are trying to piece the evidence together to find out who committed murder. Issy starts to remember her life but still cannot remembe [...]


    10. An interesting idea for a story with our lead character, Issy Cunningham, losing her memory after a traumatic event but could she have done something horrific or was it something done to her? As we see things unfolding for the two detectives, and Issy slowly regaining her memory, we are taken on an intriguing journey as the truth of the story is gradually unveiled. The book is a short read and you will find yourself racing through to discover what happened but I think I would have appreciated it [...]


    11. This is a fast paced thriller with short, punchy chapters which kept me wanting to know morewell researched and well written, with a particularly interesting main character. This book kept me guessing - I kept changing my mind about whether I thought the main character had committed murder or not, and the tension was almost palpable as she struggled to remember what had happened and keep herself safe. I was unsure which of the characters I trusted, and was surprised at how the story endedd books [...]


    12. Issy has reset her life, a loss in her past was so traumatic she needed to move on. Then Valentines Eve happened & she can't remember any of it. What happened, where, when, anything. The police know something happened but Issy can't remember.This book just kept me turning the pages, something happened in every chapter. A complete page turner.The chapters were short & punchy & it made reading while I was on the move was even easier.I gratefully accepted a copy for an honest review. Ho [...]


    13. Issy Cunningham wakes up in a hospital bed not able to remember anything about what happened to her in the past. Slowly some of her history comes back to her but she still can't remember what happened on Valentine's Eve. Was she responsible for murder or not? The detectives aren't too sure either. The book focusses on Issy's struggle to solve the mysteries before the police do. A well crafted story which I thoroughly enjoyed.


    14. What a great book. I was given a real book in exchange for an honest review and I was nervous because I read almost all my books on the kindle now. This was the perfect book to get me back in the swing of things, it hooked me immediately and I did not want to put it down. I found myself leaving the phone ringing and letting the children have 'just 5 minutes more in front of the tv'. I really enjoyed and would recommend it


    15. Trust - such a small word but so deep.The entire story is built around trust. Issy, our main character has lost her memory due to her trauma and one thing she can't trust - herself.I really enjoyed the twist and turns and honestly I didn't see the ending coming. I'm still curious what happened to Colin because there was nothing of him in the end but despite some unanswered questions, I found it very dripping.


    16. My first book by Seb Kirby but definitely not my last! A well written story, told in part in the first person by Issy - around whom the story focuses - which made me feel as if I was there with her, sharing her ordeal. The book is written in short chapters, flitting between the different characters, which makes it very readable. All in all a good read which I would recommend.


    17. Unputdownable.Well worth its 5* A gripping story from start to finish. With plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing. I thought I had the culprit sussed. I was wrong!Great read highly recommend x


    18. Excellent What a great read!! Fast paced with a likeable protagonist. Definitely did not see the ending coming! ! Worth a read



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