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  • Hardcover
  • 337
  • The Turn of The Key
  • Ruth Ware
  • English
  • 14 March 2019
  • 9781501188770

10 thoughts on “The Turn of The Key

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    AUGUST 2019 BOTM SELECTION Dear Mr WrexhamYou have no idea how many times I have started this letter and screwed up the resulting mess but I've realized there is no magic formula here There is no way I can make you listen

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    Review of “TURN OF THE KEY” FOUR okay I loved it it freaked me out gave me enough chills my all nails are shorter oh wait a second I don’t have nails any and my arms are covered with stress bites my hair is in the air you made a great job Ruth Ware I wanted to clap but my hands are still shaking starsLet’s take a look what we have on the menu A naïve nanny who has little secrets is now in the jail waiting for he

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    I am telling you the truth The unvarnished ugly truth And it is all that It is unpolished and unpleasant and I don't pretend I acted like an angel But I didn't kill anyone I just fucking didn't This wasn't bad but it was nowhere near as good as I was expecting from an author like Ruth Ware The protagonist Rowan Caine stumbles upon an oppor

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    This is my third book by the author so by this point I know she's great at creating an atmosphere a creepy ambianceNew nanny working for a family living in a remote house in Scotland Past nannies leaving after the house s

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    not gonna lie I kinda hated it It's just that I struggled to finish it because it was uninteresting at least for me I waited and waited for the part that would freak me out but it didn't come at all And the twist well kin

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    A nanny in jail accused of murdering one of the children in her care This is her story When Rowan a young nanny who lives in London comes across for an ad seeking a nanny to live in a remote area of Scotland it sounds too good to b

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    Gothic creepy a house with a hideous historyOMG yes please This was hands down my favorite book by Ruth Ware All the stars for this one I have read all her books except The Death of Mrs Westaway which is sitting here in my b

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    In the beginning of the book Rowan is writing a letter to Mr Wexham begging for him to help her She tells him that she is innocent of a crime of murder that she did not commit and that she needs his assistance with her trial that is coming u

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    Ruth Ware's BEST work yetNot only is this my new FAVORITE Ruth Ware book this is also one of my favorite BOOKS OF 2019 As typically happens with meI fail to write reviews for the books I love the most It's a rea

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    This is Ruth Ware's latest offering a chiller of a psychological thriller with its central protagonist 24 year old Rowan Caine working in childcare in London She is looking for another post when she come across an incredible job as a live in Nanny for the Elincourt family the parents Bill and Sandra are architects living in the re

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The Turn of The Key

When she stumbles across of The ePUB #185 the ad she’s looking for something else completely But it seems like too good an opportunity to miss a live in nannying post with The Turn PDF a staggeringly generous salary And when Rowan Caine arrives at Heatherbrae House she is smitten by the luxurious “smart” home fitted out with all modern conveniences by the beautiful Turn of The MOBI #240 Scottish Highlands and by this picture perfect family What she doesn’t know is that she’s stepping into a nightmare one that will end with a chi. AUGUST 2019 BOTM SELECTION Dear Mr WrexhamYou have no idea how many times I have started this letter and screwed up the resulting mess but I ve realized there is no magic formula here There is no way I can make you listen to my case So I m just going to have to do my best to set things out However long it takes however much I mess this up I m just going to keep going and tell the truthAnd so begins our tale I m sure that unless you ve been walking around with your eyes closed and your ears plugged up you ve caught wind of this upcoming release but if not let me give you a brief introduction The Turn of the Key is a compulsive tale of a nanny sitting in jail awaiting trial for the murder of one of her charges The entire book is told through letters from said nanny to a potential solicitor recalling the events leading up to her incarceration along with a few surprise notes at the end The basic jist of events is that we begin with Rowan answering an advertisement for a nannying position in the Scottish countryside The catch is that this particular household has been through 4 nannies in less than a year and the reasons behind this are murkily associated to legends of the estate being haunted Shenanigans ensue all hell breaks loose and much havoc is played out over the course of the book As someone who has taken time to warm to Ware s novels over the year I think she s found her niche in the gothic suspense genre I truly enjoyed Mrs Westaway and I believe The Turn of the Key is her best novel yet The pacing was 100% what I was praying for and the creepy elements such as the locked closet the poison garden and the smart home with little to no privacy were all excellent inclusions and flawlessly executed I found that even the supporting characters especially Jack and Jean were just as intriguing as Rowan was My only complaint was with the ending it felt like a bit of a let down after such a large build up and even though it worked it felt like the easy ending to take The twists may or may not surprise you I felt that I had most of them figured out but there were a few smaller twists that took me completely by surprise which I wholly appreciated If you re looking for a creepy character driven psychological thriller that will keep you thrilled and chilled from beginning to end definitely add The Turn of the Key to your late summer TBR Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy

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Ld dead and herself in prison awaiting trial for murder Writing to her lawyer from prison she struggles to explain the unravelling events that led to her incarceration It wasn’t just the constant surveillance from the cameras installed around the house or the malfunctioning technology that woke the household with booming music or turned the lights off at the worst possible time It wasn’t just the girls who turned out to be a far cry from the immaculately behaved model children she met at her interview It wasn’t even the way she was. A nanny in jail accused of murdering one of the children in her care This is her story When Rowan a young nanny who lives in London comes across for an ad seeking a nanny to live in a remote area of Scotland it sounds too good to be true The pay is high the house is beautiful and the family seems lovely She is warned that previous nannies have uit due to the house being haunted Rowan doesn t believe in ghosts so she pays no heed to the warning She is hired for the position and packs up her life in London and moves to remote Scotland But what is beautiful on the surface is hiding deep dark secretsOne of my favorite things about The Turn of the Key is the house which is named Heatherbrae Euipped with state of the art technology the whole house runs off an app it takes on a life of its own Juxtaposed with Victorian architecture and Gothic feel Heatherbrae adds another layer to The Turn of the KeyThe Turn of the Key is told only through Rowan s eyes as she shares what led to her arrest through a series of letters to a solicitor Rowan is an unreliable narrator and the reader must contend with a lot of telling While this type of narrative style usually irks me I found that it works in this case as Rowan provides a detailed account of her time at Heatherbrae One just needs to continue to uestion whether or not her version of events is accurateThere are some twists as well some red herrings thrown in for good measure I guessed many of the smaller twists but I completely missed the most significant twist And I was looking for it Sadly my detective skills failed This twist added an additional layer and made me want to reread from the beginning The ending felt a bit rushed and I could have done without the final letter I would rather have been left guessing than be told a less than satisfying conclusion to Rowan s story Overall this is an atmospheric slower paced psychological thriller with some intriguing twists and turns I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review Gloom Town just the constant surveillance from the cameras installed around the house or the malfunctioning technology that woke the household with booming music or turned the lights off at the worst possible time It wasn’t uinze dias just the girls who turned out to be a far cry from the immaculately behaved model children she met at her interview It wasn’t even the way she was. A nanny in Cheating for the Chicken Man jail accused of murdering one of the children in her care This is her story When Rowan a young nanny who lives in London comes across for an ad seeking a nanny to live in a remote area of Scotland it sounds too good to be true The pay is high the house is beautiful and the family seems lovely She is warned that previous nannies have uit due to the house being haunted Rowan doesn t believe in ghosts so she pays no heed to the warning She is hired for the position and packs up her life in London and moves to remote Scotland But what is beautiful on the surface is hiding deep dark secretsOne of my favorite things about The Turn of the Key is the house which is named Heatherbrae Euipped with state of the art technology the whole house runs off an app it takes on a life of its own Juxtaposed with Victorian architecture and Gothic feel Heatherbrae adds another layer to The Turn of the KeyThe Turn of the Key is told only through Rowan s eyes as she shares what led to her arrest through a series of letters to a solicitor Rowan is an unreliable narrator and the reader must contend with a lot of telling While this type of narrative style usually irks me I found that it works in this case as Rowan provides a detailed account of her time at Heatherbrae One The Last Runaway just needs to continue to uestion whether or not her version of events is accurateThere are some twists as well some red herrings thrown in for good measure I guessed many of the smaller twists but I completely missed the most significant twist And I was looking for it Sadly my detective skills failed This twist added an additional layer and made me want to reread from the beginning The ending felt a bit rushed and I could have done without the final letter I would rather have been left guessing than be told a less than satisfying conclusion to Rowan s story Overall this is an atmospheric slower paced psychological thriller with some intriguing twists and turns I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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Left alone for weeks at a time with no adults around apart from the enigmatic handyman Jack Grant It was everything She knows she’s made mistakes She admits that she lied to obtain the post and that her behavior toward the children wasn’t always ideal She’s not innocent by any means But she maintains she’s not guilty at least not of murder Which means someone else is Full of spellbinding menace and told in Ruth Ware’s signature suspenseful style The Turn of the Key is an unputdownable thriller from the Agatha Christie of our tim. Ruth Ware s BEST work yetNot only is this my new FAVORITE Ruth Ware book this is also one of my favorite BOOKS OF 2019 As typically happens with meI fail to write reviews for the books I love the most It s a really odd thing I doPerhaps some day I will read this again and maybe write a review then Who knows It s anyone s guess at this point Just know I loved this highly recommend


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