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READER Á DOC Blueeyedboy FREE × [Reading] ➿ Blueeyedboy By Joanne Harris – Gwairsoft.co.uk ' Once there was a widow with three sons and their names were Black Brown and Blue Black was the eldest; moody and aggressive Brown was the middle child timid and dull But Blue was his mother's favour ' Once there was a widow with three sons and thEms Told through posts on a webjournal called badguysrock this is a thriller that makes creative use of all the multiple personalities disguise and mind games that are offered by playing out a life on the intern I tried several times to get into this book I never give up on reading a book but I did this time In fact I brough it with me to France and have left it there I hope they have better luck than me reading it An absolute mess it was A shame I had high hopes for it Even bought it twice I had lent it to my daughter and then thought I had lost it so I ordered it again That was how much I wanted to read it I won't do that again

BOOK ☆ Blueeyedboy Ì Joanne Harris

' Once there was a widow with three sons and their names were Black Brown and Blue Black was the eldest moody and aggressive Brown was the middle child timid and dull But Blue was his mother's favourite And he w The world turns not on love or even money but on obsessionWell this was an absolute mindfuck To the point where I may not sleep tonight Three brothers black brown and blue An abusive parent A gift of words having smells and colours connected with them An online webpage full of fictional murders Or are they fictionTold through a series of blog posts on badguysrock Joanne Harris weaves a tale of hatred deceit anger violence and fear Since I read her book Gentlemen and Players I knew she is in her element with thrillers and the ultimate ueen of the twist She pulls the rug out from under you until you are left blinking wondering what the hell just happened This is a truly frightening tale and I was left reeling from all the turns and red herrings I can't explain much just that I've never read anything like it but it scared me a bit too much to give it than 35 stars No one moves on The wheel just keeps on turning that's all creating the illusion of momentum Inside it we are all rats; running in growing desperation towards a painted blue horizon that never gets any closer

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BlueeyedboyAs a murderer' Blueeyedboy is the brilliant new novel from Joanne Harris a dark and intricately plotted tale of a poisonously dysfunctional family a blind child prodigy and a serial murderer who is not who he se Harris may be better known for her lighter works of magical realism but she can write a twisty dark psychological thriller like almost no one else Like her earlier Gentlemen and Players this is a multiple perspective narrative which toys with the many assumptions readers make about identity reality and truth in fiction What seems at first to be a straightforward psychological study of a murderer a premise which has proved sufficient to inspire many perfectly good suspense thrillers in its own right is something much much complex and compelling There's a lot going on almost too much at times but Harris never lets a thread drop and the many plot twists both large and small never seem forced While I guessed the secret at the heart of Gentlemen and Players fairly early on I never saw any of blueeyedboy's twists and turns coming It may prove frustrating for those who like their narratives straightforward but for anyone who enjoys ambiguity unreliable narrators puzzle novels and good old fashioned psychological creepiness I can't recommend this book highly enough