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I Am Watching You

What would it take to make you intervene?When Ella Longfield overhears two attractive young men flirting with teenage girls on a train, she thinks nothing of ituntil she realises they are fresh out of prison and her maternal instinct is put on high alert. But just as shes decided to call for help, something stops her. The next day, she wakes up to the news that one of the girlsbeautiful, green-eyed Anna Ballardhas disappeared.A year later, Anna is still missing. Ella is wracked with guilt over what she failed to do, and shes not the only one who cant forget. Someone is sending her threatening lettersletters that make her fear for her life.Then an anniversary appeal reveals that Annas friends and family might have something to hide. Annas best friend, Sarah, hasnt been telling the whole truth about what really happened that nightand her parents have been keeping secrets of their own.Someone knows where Anna isand theyre not telling. But they are watching Ella....

Title : I Am Watching You
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ISBN : 9781543617665
Format Type : Audio CD
Number of Pages : 300 pages
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I Am Watching You Reviews

  • Mandy

    3.75 stars.

    This is the story of Ella, who was sitting on a train listening in on a conversation between two girls and two young men that they have just met. She considers phoning someone as the men are newly released from prison, but then something happens and she changes her mind. The next day she finds out that one of the girls, Anna, has gone missing.

    This story actually starts a year after the disappearance, and is told from different viewpoints. Only the chapters from Ella are in first perso
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  • Vicki Willis

    This was a crime thriller about 2 girls who went on a trip, but one turned up missing. It was a fast paced book that was hard to put down. There were lots of characters which turned out to be lots of suspects in my mind. The majority of the story occurred one year after the event and had alternating POVs, which I liked. There were some side stories and a lot of backstories to the characters. I did not guess the ending and thought the epilogue was good. A solid thriller for those who like the gen ...more

  • Schizanthus

    🥀 Harrowing Halloween Book! 🥀

    OK, this book doesn't fit in the horror genre nor is it set on or around Halloween. So why does it belong in this month's theme? It's about a teenage girl who goes missing and hasn't been found a year later. If that isn't one of the scariest, most horrific concepts ever then I don't know what is.

    Trigger Alert for sexual assault, self harm and eating disorders.

    The Witness became suspicious of the motives of the men on the train and thought about calling the Police bu
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  • Brooke (Brooke's Books and Brews)

    I Am Watching You was an excellent psychological thriller. It was gripping and kept me guessing to the end. I have mentioned in my reviews before that I pride myself on being able to guess who the murderer is in most thrillers. I was not able to figure the ending out for this book.

    Ella is riding on a train in London where she witnesses two teenagers flirting with two men. She is overcome with a feeling of unease when she sees these men chatting with these girls. She even considers attempting to
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  • Sean Peters

    Well great to join in a buddy read, with a group of us reading this book for January.

    Some great points about this book, firstly I do enjoy the stories/chapters from all the different main characters in the book.

    A great opportunity to build the story through the characters and plots, build the tension and it does work so well.

    When Ella Longfield overhears two attractive young men flirting with teenage girls on a train, she thinks nothing of it—until she realises they are fresh out of prison and
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  • Malia

    Unfortunately, this was a it of a meh read for me. So many people and POV's (which I usually enjoy), and shifts between first and third person muddled up the plot for me and even though the writing was good, I never felt the characters developed very much apart from Ella. I was definitely intrigued by the story, but by the half-way point, found myself a little confused and not terribly invested. Still, I wanted to know how it would end and what had actually happened to Anna, the missing girl. Th ...more

  • Tulay

    Okay read.

    Definitely not fast paced story, parts got so slow had to put it down. My guess about the guilty one was wrong, only just by incident he was identified at the end. In U.K. they work on the missing children differently than in U.S..

  • Obsidian

    I read this for "Free Space/Creepy Raven". "I am Watching You" by Teresa Driscoll which is a thriller/mystery.

    Eh where to begin. Besides the poorly developed characters, the switching from first to third person, and the slut shaming that was thrown in for good measure, I don't know what to think of this book. The initial premise intrigued me, too bad that Driscoll decided that instead of sticking with one character throughout which would have made the book stronger, she jumped around to four ot
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