A relentless thriller that will grip you by the throat and refuse to let go.
You’ve never met anyone like Tuesday. She has suffered extreme cruelty at the hands of men, and so has taken it upon herself to seek vengeance. She wants to protect and help others like her, to ease their suffering. A force to be reckoned with, she lives beneath the streets of London in the hidden network of forgotten tunnels that honeycomb the city – and this is her preferred hunting ground.
When Tuesday is connected to a series of brutal attacks on gang members, DCI Loss takes on the investigation. A burned-out detective still suffering the devastating effects of the unsolved murder of his daughter three years earlier, the case starts to hit close to home. Because soon Loss will discover that Tuesday could hold the key to uncovering the truth about what happened to his daughter…
This is the authors debut novel and I’ve got to say after reading Tuesday Falling I am looking forward to reading more by this author.
The story to start with felt more like a book that a young adult audience would like but as the book went on I think young adults and adults a like will really enjoy it.
The storyline in itself is very intriguing as the question on everyone’s lips including the reader is who exactly is Tuesday and why has she taken it upon herself to become some sort of vigilante and taken matters into her own hands. As the story unravels we get to find out more about her past and the shocking events that have made Tuesday into the person she is. In the book the author goes into great detail of London’s underground which gives the readers a great insight into what it is like down there. I really liked the characters Tuesday and DCI Loss and was full of empathy for both of them.
I especially like how the book ended and I’m hoping that we will be seeing more of a couple of characters from this book.
Over all a really great debut novel with a storyline that will have you gripped from the beginning.
Many thanks to HarperCollins UK, HarperFiction/Blue Door and Netgalley for an Advanced Readers Copy of this book.
This book was published on the 9 th of March and is available for the kindle now.
I have awarded this book 4/5 stars.