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    C.J. Tudor ¹ 0 free read summary ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¹ C.J. Tudor PDF FREE [The Taking of Annie Thorne] The past isn’t real It is simply a story we tell ourselves And sometimes we lie The result of my first foray

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    characters The Taking of Annie Thorne summary ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¹ C.J. Tudor C.J. Tudor ¹ 0 free read I don't believe in ghosts My nan was fond of telling me It's not the dead you need to be scared of love It's the

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    PDF FREE [The Taking of Annie Thorne] Ms Tudor has a new book coming out in February The Other People watch for itWell this one has taken me a bit of time to collect my thoughts It

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    characters The Taking of Annie Thorne C.J. Tudor ¹ 0 free read summary ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¹ C.J. Tudor You can still feel the echoes of bad things They imprint on the fabric of our reality like a footprint in concrete Whatever made the impression is long gone but you can never erase the mark it left Joe Thorne finds himself pulled back to his childhood hometown A place filled with tragedy regret and mystery He walked away

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    PDF FREE [The Taking of Annie Thorne] But that's all life ever is A promise Not a guarantee We like to believe we have our place all set out in the future but we only have a reservation Life can be canceled at any moment with no warning no refund no matter how far along you are in the journey Even if you've barely had time to take in the sceneryWho said you can never go home again? Well Joe Thorne does Home sweet homeerrrI mean dreary sad dark depressing

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    PDF FREE [The Taking of Annie Thorne] This is CJ Tudor's follow up novel to her brilliant debut The Chalk Man and it is a fantastic macabre horror mystery featuring Joe Thorne a has been teacher whose gambling addiction has transpired to burden him with debts that he cannot afford to pay off to the scary and menacing Fatman Joe returns home to the old mining village of

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    summary ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¹ C.J. Tudor PDF FREE [The Taking of Annie Thorne] Julia had a history of depression She just had a divorce from Ben's father She had stopped her medication and reuested a leave of absence and took Ben out of school Then she bludgeoned her son to death before she blew her own head off She wrote three words in blood on the wall of Ben's bedroom NOT MY SON Are these the actions of a mad woma

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    PDF FREE [The Taking of Annie Thorne] C.J. Tudor ¹ 0 free read summary ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¹ C.J. Tudor Creepy with a hint of horrorJoe Thorne returns to his hometown of Arnhill A place he swore he would never return And now no one is ex

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    PDF FREE [The Taking of Annie Thorne] One of my favorite things about The Chalk Man was the writing And it’s eually good here in The Hiding Place It’s not often I find myself highlighting phrases in a mystery But that’s exactly what I’ve done with both of Tudor’s books Joe Thorne returns to his dismal home town of Arnhill and gets himself hired as a teacher Joe’s not one to make friends He’s hiding from folks outside of town while taking on his old school friends

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    PDF FREE [The Taking of Annie Thorne] The unattainableThose things beyond reach in life never designated as oursJoe Thorne knows this wrong end of the stick phenomenon since the early days of his youth The pieces of life's puzzle just don't seem to fit together But something is drawing him back to his hometown Arnhill in Nottinghamshire is just about the last place he'd like to hang his hat Too many bad vibes and too many heavy memories that wind their way

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  • Hardcover
  • 432
  • The Taking of Annie Thorne
  • C.J. Tudor
  • English
  • 01 October 2020
  • 9780718187453

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review The Taking of Annie Thorne 100 Xplain what I just know that when she came back she wasn't the same She wasn't my Annie I didn't want to admit even to myself that sometimes I was scared to death of my own little siste. Creepy with a hint of horrorJoe Thorne returns to his hometown of Arnhill A place he swore he would never return And now no one is exactly over joyed to see him back in town Joe is here looking for answers His sister disappeared at the age of 8 and when she returned days later she was never the samethere were others that also came back different This is the second book I ve read by CJ Tudor While I wasn t a huge fan of her previous work The Chalk Man I was ready to try again I really wanted to love this one Unfortunately this book also ended up falling a little flat for me I do like my thrillers dark but this one went just a bit too far over that line Even with an ending that was somewhat shocking I was still left with too many unanswered uestions I hope it will work better for youA buddy read with SusanneThank you to NetGalley Crown Publishing and CJ Tudor for an ARC to read and review

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review The Taking of Annie Thorne 100 Veryone thought the worst And then miraculously after forty eight hours she came back But she couldn't or wouldn't say what had happened to her Something happened to my sister I can't e. But that s all life ever is A promise Not a guarantee We like to believe we have our place all set out in the future but we only have a reservation Life can be canceled at any moment with no warning no refund no matter how far along you are in the journey Even if you ve barely had time to take in the sceneryWho said you can never go home again Well Joe Thorne does Home sweet homeerrrI mean dreary sad dark depressing full of painful memories Home Joe thought he would never go back Not after what happened in Arnhill during his teenage years He has never gotten over what happened to his sister Annie all those years ago She went missing She came back And according to Stephen King and I think Joe would agree Sometimes dead is better But Joe has received an email letting him know that apparently things are happening againwhat things Strange things dark things unspeakable thingsSo Joe returns He needs to right a wrong Get some revenge while escaping from his current problems Joe is uite the mess you see He lies to get a job at the local school has an alcohol problem has an even bigger gambling problem and there is no welcome committee lined up to greet him In fact his old friends are not at all happy to see him return After the first part of the book I wasn t sure what to think I really did not know where the Author was going with this I was really hoping she would bring the creep factor on She did to some degree but honestly I wanted a lot She had some interesting characters most were unlikable and were up to no good Geez Louise no wonder he left town Forget the pit The people were not too warm and fuzzy in this townThe Second part of the book reminded me of two books by Stephen King I get it the Author is a big fanbut I really want her to NOT remind me of Stephen King When I read her books I only want to think of HER books Aside from that the reader or shall I say the constant reader Hey even I can make nods to Stephen King will finally learn what happened to Annie why Joe and his high school friends are friends no and learn the towns deep dark secretThe ending had a little bit of a shock to it that I did not see coming That was a nice touch Overall this was an enjoyable book but I wanted it to be even darker creepier and with dread and suspense Again enjoyable with interesting characters I look forward to reading of her books in the future Again I want to read Her books If want to read Stephen King I will read Stephen King I personally think this Author is doing herself a disservice by being similar to Stephen King So many reviewers are mentioning him in their reviews of her books She has a great book in her I know it Her writing is good I would love to read something very original by her Thank you to Crown Publishing and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All the thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own

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review The Taking of Annie Thorne 100 The new spine tingling sinister thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Chalk ManOne night Annie went missing Disappeared from her own bed There were searches appeals E. Ms Tudor has a new book coming out in February The Other People watch for itWell this one has taken me a bit of time to collect my thoughts It is a uite a bit different from The Chalk Man it has a much darker feel and mystical elements I will also tell you that I will never look at a black beetle again without getting the shiversOnce again there is a young man returning to the town he grew up in Joe Thorne has a dual purpose to his return he needs a job teaching and he will never get over what happened to his little sister Annie Once all is revealed you will have a hard time getting her out of your head as well He wants revenge and an ending to what seems to be happening again in this townJoe starts a job teaching English at the school in the small town of Arnhill in Nottinghamshire He finds few people who are happy to see him back and one in particular who wants him gone in one way or another There is a shroud of mystery about the town since a mining accident in the 1940 s took the lives of 18 men in the pit Joe revisits this site again a place that his group of friends found another entrance to when they were teens Something terrible and unexplainable happened there and Joe wants it sealed forever I walk slowly around breathing deeply trying to keep myself calm This is just a cave The dead cannot hurt us Bones are just bones Shadows are nothing but shadows Except shadows are never just shadows they are the deepest part of the darkness And the deepest part of the darkness is where the monsters hide This book was a slower start I think I was into 50% before the book took off for me But I know this author and was willing to wait I m glad that I did CJ Tudor excels at character development I feel as though I really know Joe and some of his old high school friends Chris Stephen Marie There are some great twists in this book but they come from the characters than the plot but that s a good thing It seems easier to turn a plot one way or another than to help us understand how people can hide their inner selvesI m still ruminating about the ending I have some uestions that I d really like answers to but perhaps that is the author s intent I recommend this to anyone who loves intelligent character driven mysteries with some added chill factorsI received an ARC of this novel from the publisher through Edelweiss