Freefall by Adam Hamdy (Review)

Freefall by Adam Hamdy. 

Published on 2 November 2017 

 

I was a big fan of Pendulum and thoroughly enjoyed the gripping storyline so I was happy to discover the next book had already been written!

 

Freefall carries on after the traumatic events from Pendulum and follows the characters of John Wallace, Christine Ash and Patrick Bailey as they try to come to terms with what happened to them. They are each battling their own inner demons and struggling to cope – they are in denial.

 

The tension in the book does not let up and there were more than a few times when I caught myself nibbling on my nails and holding my breath. Do not read this book if you have a nervous nature!

 

This is one of those books where you are desperate to read more, sneaking a couple of pages here and there, eager to read more but almost not wanting to know at the same time.

 

Adam Hamdy’s writing is so engaging you feel that you cannot look away. The tension is built up superbly and you feel that you are on this journey with them. It shows us that all our actions have consequences. No matter how big or small.

 

The author has succeeded in writing a second book as good as the first so I am eagerly awaiting other books!

 

Thank you to Netgalley who offered me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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