Hello I’m so excited to finally share my review on the blog tour for ‘I Know Who You Are’ by Alice Feeney. Thanks to Lily Capewell of HQ for the invite and for the opportunity to listen to the audiobook. Before I share my review here’s what the book is all about:
“I know exactly who you are. I know what you’ve done. And I am watching you.
When Aimee Sinclair comes home and discovers her husband is missing, she doesn’t seem to know what to do or how to act. The police think she’s hiding something and they’re right, she is – but perhaps not what they thought.
Aimee has a secret she’s never shared, and yet, she suspects that someone knows. As she struggles to keep her career and sanity intact, her past comes back to haunt her in ways more dangerous than she could have ever imagined.
I Know Who You Are will leave your heart pounding and your pulse racing. This is the most twisted thriller you’ll read all year.”
Wow what an audiobook, Stephanie Racine’s narration was incredible! I kept having to remind myself that this was just one person reading this book and not the multiple cast of characters that she brought to life so effortlessly.
This was a really twisted story told from two perspectives, the actress Aimee Sinclair in the present and a young unknown Irish girl in the past. I was intrigued as to who this young girl could be, as there was no obvious link between the two characters. I’m not even going to try and go into the plot because, if you read Alice Feeney’s debut ‘Sometimes I Lie’, you’ll know that with all the twists and turns it’s impossible to even begin!
I loved twistiness of this book, and was actually quite relieved that it didn’t hurt my head as much the author’s previous book. Except of course Alice Feeney is the queen of twists, and my head did start to hurt when a weird time loop occurred making me feel like I was back at the beginning of the book.
At one point I was feeling rather smug as I’d already worked out one of the twists. Well that didn’t last long because the biggest reveal and biggest twist of all slapped me in the face and took all my smugness away. What a fantastic twist, there’s was no way I had worked that one out!!!
As I mentioned above Stephanie Racine’s narration was incredible, her voice talents for this audiobook are absolutely fantastic. How can one person voice so many different characters, old and young, male and female? I’m definitely adding her to my favourite narrators list.
I wholeheartedly recommend this on audio to thriller lovers and audiobook lovers, you really won’t regret listening to this one.