THE PUPIL BY DAWN GOODWIN – BOOK REVIEW

Published 7th August 2018

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A housewife, nice house, two children and a husband always at work or telling you what to do, eat, where to go and what to wear, this just screams escape and that is what Katherine does by joining a creative writing course. The teacher Sam ends up mentoring her and helping to get her book up to publishing standard but it’s not all plain sailing as the wife thinks she knows Katherine from somewhere so decides to do a bit of digging. The wife is not all she seems and what is she hiding?

I really enjoyed reading this and thank you to Netgalley for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book. I loved the way it kept you guessing about things and as you tried to piece it altogether other things would then pop up just to throw you off the scent.

I loved how it all revolved at the end making it a brilliant finish. Definitely one for your book shelve as Dawn Goodwin has written this story superbly, the main characters are great and make the story what it is.

One to put on your shopping list.

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