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by Cat Clarke


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First published in Great Britain in 2011 by Quercus.

First published in Great Britain in 2011 by Quercus. 21 Bloomsbury Square. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher

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Wow, I really dislike Cat Clarke. Not only is she funny and intelligent, but she writes wonderful books that keep you glued to the page until the bitter end. Damn her and her incredible talent. Her characters are both wonderfully real, and credibly flawed, and you find youself relating to them much as you would a friend of a friend. After reading Entangled, with its much loathed protagonist (that i actually loved), Torn was such a change, but equally compelling. I dont like to compare Cat's Wow, I really dislike Cat Clarke.

Tara was the only other one awake. She was looking out of the window at the misty morning. She looked like a normal human being, a nice normal human being tan. This was maybe the nicest thing she’d said to me for four years or more, but I tried not to read too much into it. ‘Morning. Ah, that’s more like it. ‘Thanks. Do you believe that bollocks Cass was on about last night? Some crazy psycho stalking us?’.

Real, compulsive and intense: Cat Clarke is the queen of emotional suspense now the guilt will tear them apart Alice King isn't expecting th. .

From a Zoella Book Club 2017 author . Real, compulsive and intense: Cat Clarke is the queen of emotional suspense. For fans of Paula Hawkins, Gillian Flynn, Megan Abbott and Jandy Nelson. For fans of Paula Hawkins, Gillian Flynn, Megan Abbott and Jandy Nelson now the guilt will tear them apart Alice King isn't expecting the holiday of her dreams when she sets off on a trip to the wilderness with her mates. But when her best friend Cass decides to teach mean girl Tara a lesson, Alice finds herself in a nightmare she can't escape.

Real, compulsive and intense: Cat Clarke is the queen of emotional suspense. For fans of Paula Hawkins, Gillian Flynn, Megan Abbott and Jandy Nelson now the guilt will tear them apart. Alice King isn't expecting the holiday of her dreams when she sets off on a trip to the wilderness with her mates.

Read a book hand-selected by team MP!, love it or hate it, come back and chat about it with other MP!ers, feel very grown up and knowledgeable – welcome to MP! Book Club Month 2. This month’s release is Torn by Cat Clarke. Torn by Cat Clark is a psychological thriller set in the bleak wilderness of Scotland and the bustling streets of London. It follows the story of a school trip that goes terribly wrong

Real, compulsive and intense: Cat Clarke is the queen of emotional suspense. Now Alice is the guardian of a secret too horrific to tell; and a secret too terrible to keep

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Comments: (4)

Jum
When I ordered this book I had to order it from some seller in Europe because it was no longer sold by Amazon new. I am so happy I did order it though because it turned out to be a really good book. The shipping was also considerably quick and cheap ($3.99 and the book was only a penny) and was in like new condition. From the first page I was instantly pulled in and only put it down when I absolutely had to. At first you don't know what the "big secret" is and the author left you guessing. I was shocked when I did learn what the secret was and also pretty pissed at some of the characters. I also felt sympathy for the main character, although I probably shouldn't have. In my review I did for my blog I said there was "no real ending". Meaning, if the author wanted to she could write a sequel about what happens next and I wished she had or will. I received an ARC by Cat Clarke and I am so excited to read it because if it's written anything like Torn, I know it will be good.
Yozshubei
Overall I liked the book! It bothered me a little on how she acted and responded to certain situations but good quick read
Dolid
I love when a book just completely surprises me! I wasn't expecting much from this book. It had been gathering dust on my TBR-pile for ages, and I'm so glad I finally picked it up - I really enjoyed Torn!

The beginning is a little slow, but once we get to the trip... wow. The plot is so good - horrifying but good. On the cover it says "A secret to horrific to tell, too terrible to keep..." which sounds melodramatic and had me rolling my eyes when I first saw it. I thought the girls would play some kind of prank on Tara and something would go wrong - I thought they'd feel guilty and all of that even though it was an accident, something that wasn't their fault. But the phrase on the cover isn't exaggerating - what Alice, Cass, Polly and Rae do is seriously, seriously messed up. The whole thing is completely horrifying - so horrifying I just had to keep reading.

But even though what they've done is so terrible, I didn't hate Alice or the other girls. Somehow, in a twisted way, Cat Clarke made me feel for them despite everything. Usually with a story like this one, I'm thinking 'tell the truth - the truth is always the best way to go'. But in Torn, I was just as conflicted as Alice. I had no idea what she should do, how she should get out of this mess. The suspense is just so well-done!

I liked the rest of this book, too. I liked the family set-up - Alice's mom died a while ago, and she's living with just her father. I really liked reading about Alice's relationship with her father - it's refreshing to have an MC who actually gets along with a parent! Even though I hate myself for it, I even liked the romance. Shortly after the trip, Alice starts going out with Tara's brother, Jack. Normally, that kind of thing would have me screaming at the book, totally angry at Alice for being so incredibly stupid. But I couldn't blame her, because Jack is seriously adorable! So even though I didn't want to, I liked the romance, too.

I was a little disappointed by the ending - I want to know what exactly happens! - but I get why the author wanted to end the book this way, so I don't mind too much.

Every stroyline in Torn is pretty good, but the one I loved the most is still the suspense. What happens in this book is so, so terrible, but I loved reading about it. I definitely recommend Torn, if you're in the mood for a mystery that'll have you flipping the pages so fast your eyes can't keep up!
Yggfyn
I was hesitant to buy this book at first but wow! Is it worth it!!! I saw it half price in my local book store and that sealed the deal. Anyhow this book is well written with plenty of action and suspense. Well worth it! I read it in a night.
Torn download epub
Author: Cat Clarke
ISBN: 0857382055
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Quercus Publishing Plc (2011)