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The Locust Farm ❅ The Locust Farm kindle Epub ❥ Author Jeremy Dronfield – Thomashillier.co.uk Carol s best friend was killed, horribly, by a serial killer and she has never forgiven herself She has retreated to a lonely farm to lick her wounds, and one day she shoots and wounds a prowler nursi Carol s best friend was killed, horribly, by a serial killer and she has never forgiven herself She has retreated to a lonely farm to lick her wounds, and one day she shoots and wounds a prowler nursing him back to health, and herself back to self respect, she starts to fall in love The reader knows, as we are supposed to, that this is a bad idea Steve is not quite The Locust MOBI :↠ the amnesiac he pretends, and has been a lot of other people in his time And he has an enemy, who finds him wherever and whoever he is, and kills those around him an enemy who, of course, might only exist inside his head This first thriller is a virtuoso performance which juggles the woman in peril Gothic and the psychological thriller, and games with time and identity with considerable skill, if perhaps rather too much reliance on malignant coincidence Dronfield has a classy touch with milieu as well the farm is a real place, a home that turns scary, and the various previous lives of Steve, as French carpenter or antique car scout, all ring true even in the short takes which is all we get of them Roz Kaveney.

    Free Unlimited eBook respect, she starts to fall in love The reader knows, as we are supposed to, that this is a bad idea Steve is not quite The Locust MOBI :↠ the amnesiac he pretends, and has been a lot of other people in his time And he has an enemy, who finds him wherever and whoever he is, and kills those around him an enemy who, of course, might only exist inside his head This first thriller is a virtuoso performance which juggles the woman in peril Gothic and the psychological thriller, and games with time and identity with considerable skill, if perhaps rather too much reliance on malignant coincidence Dronfield has a classy touch with milieu as well the farm is a real place, a home that turns scary, and the various previous lives of Steve, as French carpenter or antique car scout, all ring true even in the short takes which is all we get of them Roz Kaveney."/>
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 407 pages
  • The Locust Farm
  • Jeremy Dronfield
  • 25 July 2019
  • 074725947X

About the Author: Jeremy Dronfield

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10 thoughts on “The Locust Farm

  1. Yusra Yusra says:

    I disliked this book so much I had to create a whole new shelf for it The writing was weak and just genuinely poor I couldn t get past page 33 because of how dull and lifeless and at times, sexist the description was.

  2. Mary Mary says:

    Thoroughly good readnot so keen on ending i prefer to know EXACTLY what happens in the end.

  3. Katie Deborah Katie Deborah says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The storyline was interesting as a puzzle for the reader, I enjoyed the multiple points of narration with separate characters though the ending was so disappointing I felt like Dronfield had two ending ideas to conclude the story yet couldn t define which they would use, the result created the confusing typical and cliff hanger ending to the book When being introduced to the evil twin concept my eyes rolled and said aloud they really went there , it was so typical I was utterly saddened by The storyline was interesting as a puzzle for the reader, I enjoyed the multiple points of narration with separate characters though the ending was so disappointing I felt like Dronfield had two ending ideas to conclude the story yet couldn t define which they would use, the result created the confusing typical and cliff hanger ending to the book When being introduced to the evil twin concept my eyes rolled and said aloud they really went there , it was so typical I was utterly saddened by the end as this book had so much potential in its writing though the ending made it dissolve in any significance for me personally

  4. Camlo Camlo says:

    A really great novel Confusing at first yes however as you read on through the book it all becomes clear and you have a AHA moment Couldn t put this book down

  5. Lindani Lindani says:

    This is a good Novel which puzzle the mind of the reader in some pages.I didn t like the end though,I think Ros must have clealy head Carol saying She was right about Him Stiven or Alan but those words didn t come out clealy for Ros to hear them, otherwise Ros would have told the police that Carol was not killed by the wrongly accussed Stiven Alan.I like Jeremy s writing style if I may may call it so, when you started reading the book, it s not easy to stop because you want to know what is go This is a good Novel which puzzle the mind of the reader in some pages.I didn t like the end though,I think Ros must have clealy head Carol saying She was right about Him Stiven or Alan but those words didn t come out clealy for Ros to hear them, otherwise Ros would have told the police that Carol was not killed by the wrongly accussed Stiven Alan.I like Jeremy s writing style if I may may call it so, when you started reading the book, it s not easy to stop because you want to know what is going to happen next due to the enthusiasm that develop as you read I read the book for the first time in 2009 and I was confused, but after reading for the second time in 2012 I understood it

  6. Judy Judy says:

    To begin with I thought that there were too many different characters being introduced in different places, but as I read further it all became clear I wasn t prepared for what happens towards the end Although I enjoyed the story all the way through, it was only towards the end that the tension began Very different

  7. Barbara Elsborg Barbara Elsborg says:

    I liked it though I did get a bit confused at times because of the ever changing time line but the book moved at a good pace, I was able to identify with the characters and it was exciting It s also set in my neck of the woods so that made it eveninteresting to me.

  8. Peter Rowe Peter Rowe says:

    Read at some in mid 2001.

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