“Reality doesn’t bite, rather our perception of reality bites.” Anthony J D’Angelo
A group of friends enjoy a Sunday lunch together on a perfect summer’s day. They’re pleased to welcome their glamorous new neighbour and novelist, Ellie. She has rented a house in the village to work on her book.
She likes to place herself in the centre of her plots, she says. Although it’s hard to see what she’ll find to write about in this quiet country backwater ..
I’m glad that I was able to read it in 3 hours. With the twists and turns that the story delivered I honestly don’t think I could’ve put it down. There is no way I could’ve gone about my day thinking about what conniving, deceitful act Ellie was up to. Just the thought of it left me the Nearest Thing to Crazy