diane ezzard

Review of ‘I Know Your Every Move’

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Trying to put her dark past behind her, Sophie is working for a women’s crisis center in Manchester. But, one day, the sinister text messages start. Has someone from her past finally found her? The messages are strange, and troubling, but Sophie is determined to no longer be a victim.
I Know Your Every Move by Diane Ezzard is a troubling story of predatory stalking, and how it can up end a person’s life.
An interesting story, that’s unfortunately far too cluttered with the mundane details of Sophie’s day – from what she eats to what she wears. I was also unable to completely sympathize with the main character, who has a history of making bad decisions about the men in her life, and a seeming inability to learn from her mistakes. In the end, it was a bit disappointing.
I received a free copy of this book, and even though I read it to the end, I was left feeling that even with all the details that had been provided, some important points were left out. I give it three and a half stars, because the author shows promise, and with more experience will write a story that will capture not only my imagination, but my interest.

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