I Let You Go (2020)

I Let You Go Clare Mackintosh I Let You Go The next blockbuster thriller for those who loved The Girl on the Train and Gone Girla novel with an astonishing intensity that drags you in and never ever lets you go Daily Mail UK On a rainy aftern
  • Title: I Let You Go
  • Author: Clare Mackintosh
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I Let You Go Clare Mackintosh The next blockbuster thriller for those who loved The Girl on the Train and Gone Girla novel with an astonishing intensity that drags you in and never ever lets you go Daily Mail, UK On a rainy afternoon, a mother s life is shattered as her son slips from her grip and runs into the street I Let You Go follows Jenna Gray as she moves to a ramshackle cottage oThe next blockbuster thriller for those who loved The Girl on the Train and Gone Girla novel with an astonishing intensity that drags you in and never ever lets you go Daily Mail, UK On a rainy afternoon, a mother s life is shattered as her son slips from her grip and runs into the street I Let You Go follows Jenna Gray as she moves to a ramshackle cottage on the remote Welsh coast, trying to escape the memory of the car accident that plays again and again in her mind and desperate to heal from the loss of her child and the rest of her painful past At the same time, the novel tracks the pair of Bristol police investigators trying to get to the bottom of this hit and run As they chase down one hopeless lead after another, they find themselves as drawn to each other as they are to the frustrating, twist filled case before them Elizabeth Haynes, author of Into the Darkest Corner, says, I read I Let You Go in two sittings it made me cry at least twice , made me gasp out loud once , and above all made me wish I d written it a stellar achievement Peter James, author of Want You Dead
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  1. Deanna

    WOW I just finished this book about 10 minutes ago and I m very impressed I m also very tired as it s now after 5am I will be so very tired today but it is totally worth it I have so many good books that I want to read right now I keep adding to my collection faster than I m reading I ve gotten into a bad habit of reading a couple of pages of new books and forgetting which one I wanted to read next Because of that this novel had been forgotten about until today When I picked it up again today I [...]

  2. Elyse

    Jacob, a five year old boy is killed at the start of the novel NOTHING PLEASANT SO FAR Then for the next 400 or so pages we feel nothing for this poor child We never knew him to begin with His death is a shock incident we have no emotional connection with him whatsoever So the story is about who killed him why did the driver hit Jacob and drive away And why the hell after a year, are there no leads about the case And why is it taking so long to tell this story when some of us me , can see the en [...]

  3. Jennifer Masterson

    Bravo Bravo Ms Mackintosh for completely blowing my mind and making me an emotional wreck 4.5 Stars rounded up to 5 5 Stars for phenomenal narration I didn t figure this one out Fantastic book Wonderful audio I can t believe this was a debut This is a hard book to review without giving away spoilers What I will say is that this novel starts out as a simple but devastating crime of hit and run A five year old boy is dead Jenna Gray s life is changed forever She runs off to a seaside town in Wales [...]

  4. Maxine (Booklover Catlady)

    I love a good psychological thriller, and this one fell into the category of excellent ones Holy macaroni Batman I did NOT see that twist coming in a million years I just stared at the page whilst my brain scrambled to get some footing again And it wasn t the only one But the BIGGIE was done so very, very well A tragic accident It all happened so quickly She couldn t have prevented it Could she In a split second, Jenna Gray s world descends into a nightmare Her only hope of moving on is to walk [...]

  5. Chelsea Humphrey

    Thought I was finished reading for the night but decided that I just had to finish this one While I had it all figured out early on, it didn t keep me from enjoying this one Extremely well written debut and I look forward to her next book.Jacob is a 5 year old little boy who lets go of his mother s hand for a brief moment and is killed in a hit and run in the prologue of this gripping police procedural Jenna Gray s life is forever changed and runs away immediately following the accident to escap [...]

  6. Carol

    How the hell did I miss this GREAT debut First of all and most IMPORTANT GO IN COLD TURKEY FOLKS, AND READ IT I LET YOU GO all begins with an inexcusable crime that leads to an investigative division with a story of its own on the hunt With a very subtle underlying current of something brewing that might be construed as slow going there s another unexpected tragedy, a shocker of a twist, heartrending grief, fear, nightmares, and a door that won t lockD, despite all the great quotes I made note o [...]

  7. Christine

    I Let You Go is a very smart, very clever psychological mystery by new British author Clare Mackintosh This is an extremely impressive debut novel.The story involves a hit and run killing of a 5 year old boy and is told from the POV of 3 characters our main protagonist Jenna, the lead detective on the case Ray, and a man named Ian Ms Mackintosh is an excellent writer She knows how to capture the reader s attention right off the bat Jenna and Ray are well characterized and Ms Mackintosh had me ro [...]

  8. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin

    I can t believe this book And the significance of the words OMG written in the sand has to do with both my reaction and something in the book that I m not going to tell you Headlights glint on wet tarmac, the dazzle blinding them every few seconds Waiting for a break in the traffic they duck across the busy road, and she tightens her grip on the small hand inside the soft woollen glove, so he has to run to keep up Sodden leaves cling to the railings, their bright colours darkening to a dull brow [...]

  9. Linda

    I received a copy of I Let You Go through NetGalley Thank you to NetGalley, Sphere Books, and to Clare Mackintosh for the opportunity.In a matter of seconds lives will change forever.A distracted mother follows behind her five year old son after picking him up from school on a rainy afternoon Jacob is joyful upon the promise of a fun afternoon with his mom He leaps one foot in front of the other chasing that promise into the street and into an oncoming car The impact has tragic results Gone is a [...]

  10. Suzanne

    A really good thriller A teenie bit slow in the middle, where I was rushing to get through it, just so I could move along to my next read But then, it picked up pace and I kept stopping at the end so the end would not come Sounds like I couldn t make up my mind But a definite 5 star read A hit and run, followed by lots of twists and turns as we follow the unexpected path of the unexpected party The Welsh countryside was a joy to read about, the ocean sounds wonderful there, even if so very diffe [...]

  11. Reading Corner

    I Let You Go is incredibly cliche and predictable, the format of the book was so familiar because a lot of thrillers seem to follow the same trend.It s all muddled at the start,then we get to about the halfway point and there s a big twist or revelation and the book is switching between the past and present to eventually uncover the mystery view spoiler And then the bad guy in this case the abusive husband,Ian comes back and gives the protagonist,Jenna one last beating hide spoiler I was expecti [...]

  12. Lori

    WOW, WOW, WOW I m still utterly speechless and I finished this several hours ago 3 AM to be exact This inched its way along very unassumingly then WHAM I was completely sucker punched Easily the best thriller I have read in ages I m anticipating this will be the it book of summer so go ahead and snatch up a copy NOW

  13. Carol

    The Hook I m seeing this everywhere and once again have been drawn in by the hype IMHO, it is deserved this time The Line I want to fix an image of him in my head, but all I can see when I close my eyes is his body, still and lifeless in my arms I let him go, and I will never forgive myself for that The Sinker This is the best fiction I ve read on this subject since oh, no, can t tell you that or it will spoil the whole read for you Ok, so sometimes I m an unreliable reviewer You don t know wher [...]

  14. Megan Johnson

    This wasn t an emotionally easy book to take in Saying that it s heavy would be an understatement, but it s one that is such an incredibly crafted story that I know it s one that will stay on my favorites list for years to come Jacob, a young boy, has been hit by a speeding car on a dark and rainy night The driver, rather than stopping, speeds away leaving the boy s mother traumatized and distraught Not knowing how to handle her own grief, she flees in effort to escape everything that has just u [...]

  15. Justin

    I do my best to always keep my reviews relatively spoiler free Hell, most of the time I barely even comment on the plot at all I don t usually provide my own synopsis or rehash any major bits of the story However, I feel like with this book I need to dive into the plot and discuss of the details because, man, I had a really complicated relationship with this book So anyway fair warning Don t read beyond here if you haven t read the book yet Hey, if you haven t read it yet, come back here after [...]

  16. Julie

    I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh is a 2016 Berkley publication I heard so many good things about this book, by the time I got my hands on a copy I was frothing at the mouth with excitement Did the book live up to all the hype Oh yeah, it s very clever The one downside is that it is hard to say much of anything at all about the plot, so I will refer you back to the book synopsis blurb to get the setup I did have a few issues with a couple of lead characters, but since no one is mentioning that pa [...]

  17. Melissa

    Lately it seems like every suspense or psychological thriller is compared to Gone Girl I often wonder if Gillian Flynn is excited to see so many comparisons to her work, so many people trying to emulate that shock value or if she feels that most don t live up to the epic twist that made Gone Girl so special, like I do I m excited to say this is one book that actually lives up to that comparison Don t get me wrong, this is an entirely different story, but it delivers that same level of shock The [...]

  18. *TANYA*

    Wow, indeed Heartbreaking story This book had my emotions all over the place angst, anger, and then sympathy Great book and that ending Yeah, this book was so much better than Gone Girl in my opinion.

  19. Kelli

    If you haven t read this book, I recommend you not read reviews until you have finished the book If you disregard my suggestion, please don t read my spoiler tagged portion because it will spoil the book for you I cannot properly explain my opinion without spoilers and because my opinion is not in line with most, I need to go there This is a puzzling mystery but the pacing was too slow in the beginning or perhaps it just took too long to get to the action and then once it got there, it really st [...]

  20. Dianne

    Dang, dang, DANG Well, color me surprised This is a very well executed and engrossing thriller lite about a hit and run acccident with one of the best I never saw it coming twists I can remember Very, very sneaky, Ms Mackintosh Don t read any reviews after this one, LOL Just go get this from the library and thank me later It does have a teeny bit of chick lit flavor to it, but really nothing I found overly melodramatic or predictable Hats off to Clare Mackintosh for my first genuine jaw drop mom [...]

  21. Elaine

    Clare Mackintosh s debut novel has not only just knocked the stuffing out of me, but just about every other psychological drama police procedural that I have read over the past couple of years It is absolutely stunning.There I have said it, but how to back it up I can t because it really is the sort of book best read cold with no preconceived ideas about the plot What I can say is that it has all the ingredients I like in this type of book It has atmosphere I didn t just watch what was going on, [...]

  22. Margitte

    WHERE ARE WE Penfach on the Welsh Gower Peninsula Wales Yes There s some dragging clich s to establish the plot, characters and background, sure And then there s a chick lit lite cocktail to endure, and a main character that is too much of a Barbara Cartland English Rose kind of lookalike Oy, please NO NO NO , love, NO BUT lo and behold ere s the absolute tragedy of a mother losing a child in an accident The first part of the story, while the plot heats up, was blehhhhh Predictable Too chick lit [...]

  23. Saleh MoonWalker

    Onvan I Let You Go Nevisande Clare Mackintosh ISBN 751554154 ISBN13 9780751554151 Dar 371 Safhe Saal e Chap 2016

  24. Lala BooksandLala

    I haven t been this caught off guard by a thriller in a while Finally a book actually worthy of its Gone Girl comparison it is full of incredibly well crafted twists I would have preferred the ending to be a little different, but gets a solid 4.5 rating from me.

  25. Dem

    3.5 stars What a page turner I let you go by Clare Mackintosh was one of those books that pulls you in from the first chapter Its an addictive and wonderfully layered thriller that is suspenseful and a satisfying psychological read.For some reason I had passed on this novel so many time despite numerous good reviews from friends I am not sure the blurb or cover appealed to me but decided to pick it up for a summer read and I have to say I really enjoyed the Novel.It was a slow build up and yet i [...]

  26. Marie

    This book is fabulous I don t usually gush about thrillers, but this one I just might The twists are what make this book so interesting, keeping you on the edge of your seat I listened to the audible version and loved it I thought the two narrators, Nicola Barber and Steven Crossley, did an incredible job, each very compelling in their roles The characters in this novel are all so well developed that you quickly begin developing feelings about them, both good and bad.This is a police thriller Th [...]

  27. Zoeytron

    The author easily led me down the garden path, then POW Right in the kisser I never saw it coming Well done to the point of making any subsequent twists superfluous, in my opinion Very impressive debut.

  28. Sean Peters

    One of the most powerful, gripping, tense , clever psychological thrillers l have ever read.An enormously gripping, tense, unbelievably clever story that holds your attention all the way through.With so many twists, shocks my heart was pounding to the last pageThank you to Net Galley and the author for a advanced copy and apologies for the delay.One of the best books ever read.Sean PetersModerator of A good thriller on

  29. Meg Cabot

    I seriously did not see that twist coming Very entertaining I think some people might be taking the ending too literally The author promises it s a happy ending, which is how I read it.

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