[KINDLE] ❥ Blind Side ➛ Jennie Ensor – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk


Blind Side Can You Ever Truly Know Someone And What If You Suspect The Unthinkable London, Five Months Before 7 7 Georgie, A Young Woman Wary Of Relationships After Previous Heartbreak, Gives In And Agrees To Sleep With Close Friend Julian She S Shocked When Julian Reveals He S Loved Her For A Long Time But Georgie Can T Resist Her Attraction To Nikolai, A Russian Former Soldier She Meets In A Pub While Julian Struggles To Deal With Her Rejection, Georgie Realises How Deeply War Time Incidents In Chechnya Have Affected Nikolai She Begins To Suspect That The Russian Is Hiding Something Terrible From Her Then London Is Attacked Blind Side Explores Love And Friendship, Guilt And Betrayal, Secrets And Obsession An Explosive, Debate Provoking Thriller That Confronts Urgent Issues Of Our Times And Contemplates Some Of Our Deepest Fears Jennie Ensor S Writing Is Graceful, Poetic, Intelligent And Captivating She Builds Suspense Brilliantly, And Is A Master At Dialogue That Communicates The Accents And Personalities Of The Characters BLIND SIDE Is A Wonderful Debut, An Exciting Story About Three Flawed And Fascinating People Living In Dangerous Times Gail Cleare, Author Of DESTINED And THE TASTE OF AIR A Gripping Tale Whilst Not The Light Read That This Genre Usually Pitches Itself At,this Complex Tale Was An Immensely Satisfying Read Cleopatra Loves Books For A Debut Novel This Is A Brave Topic As Is The Time It Is Set In, But What Jennie Ensor Brings Is A Thrilling Psychological Story That I Really Enjoyed And Raced Through If You Enjoy A Thriller With A Number Of Themes Running Through The Story, Then Blind Side Is One Not To Be Missed The Last Word Book Review Blind Side Is A Superb Debut Novel From The Pen Of Jennie Ensor From The Opening Prologue To The Very Last Page, I Was Completely Immersed In Georgie S Story As We Are Transported Back To London, 2005 Set Before, During And After The 7 7 Bombings The Book Opens With A Short Prologue That Made The Hairs On The Back Of My Neck Stand Up And I Simply Couldn T Read Fast Enough To Find Out What Had Happened Jennie Ensor Cleverly Keeps Us In Suspense As We Have A Whole Lot Of Story To Get Through Before My Curiosity Could Be Satisfied There Are So Many Subjects And Issues To Discuss In Blind Side, That I Think It Would Be Excellent For Book Groups Blind Side Is An Absolutely Stunning Debut From Jennie Ensor So Thought Provoking And Profound That Every Reader Will Get Something Different Out Of Reading It I M So Excited To Read The Psychological Thriller Than Jennie Is Working On Next If It S Half As Good As Blind Side It Will Be A Cracker The Book Magnet This Isn T A Straight Up Book By Any Means As The Author Builds On Many Themes Such As Terrorism, Immigration, Family And Sexual Relationships, Trauma, Secrets, Guilt And Regret The Pace And The Writing In This Book Was Easy To Become Caught Up In And I Read This Book Over The Course Of The Day Without Putting It Down Once It S A Powerful And Engaging Novel, Thought Provoking And Difficult To Forget Once You Ve Reached The End Blind Side Both Surprised And Captivated Me It Was Tense And Suspenseful At Times, With Some Thrilling Themes, So I Can Understand The Psychological Thriller Branding But I Think It S Probably Going To Be A Fair Bit Different To What You Re Expecting I Suppose It Feels Real And Believable, Not To Mention Human, And I Could Buy Into This Story Much Than Many Other Psychological Thrillers.


10 thoughts on “Blind Side

  1. says:

    Firstly let me say how much I love the cover The paperback version is shiny and enticing.I found this read a good start and a very good pace to follow, the characters were flawless Is it wise to sleep with your best friend I am sure that is a decision many has faced, because if the relationship goes wrong, you loose not only a lover but your best friend Georgia after several drinks decides to sleep with her best friend Julian Julian tells her that he has been in love with her for a long tim Firstly let me say how much I love the cover The paperback version is shiny and enticing.I found this read a good start and a very good pace to follow, the characters were flawless Is it wise to sleep with your best friend I am sure that is a decision many has faced, because if the relationship goes wrong, you loose not only a lover but your best friend Georgia after several drinks decides to sleep with ...


  2. says:

    Firstly, thank you to Jennie and her publishers for making this book available for my group A Good Thriller , for a read a long and Q and A s.A promising debut novel from Jennie Ensor And not at all what I anticipated, and a reasonably paced thriller Why only three stars 3.5 my vote was the rather weak ending.Can you...


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    This book ended up being a very different read than what I was expecting it to be, but I don t mean that in a bad way It was deeper andprofound than your average psychological thriller and if pushed I would say it wasof romantic suspense with political tones than a straightforward psychological thriller Georgie, Nikolai and Julian are the three main characters and all of them are well drawn and complex They were very realistic and their fears and motivations were also easy to iden This book ended up being a very different read than what I was expecting it to be, but I don t mean that in a bad way It was deeper andprofound than your average psychological thriller and if pushed I would say it wasof romantic suspense with political tones than a straightforward psychological thriller Georgie, Nikolai and Julian are the three main characters and all of them are well drawn and complex They were very realistic and their fears and motivations were also easy to identify with This is set in London in 2005 right before and during the 7 7 bombings and Ensor did a fantastic job of depicting the sense of fear and paranoia that I can only imagine was the general feeling during that time There are some heavy themes explored here, but not the same type of themes that you usually find in a psychological thriller Generally they are dark maybe even graphi...


  4. says:

    One night Georgie makes a decision that will alter the lives of many After sharing 3 bottles of wine, she decides to sleep with her friend, Julian Immediately she knows this was a huge mistake especially when Julian confesses that he loves her and has loved her for years Julian thinks they will go on from here but Georgie is already pulling away from him.She meets Nicolai a Russian ex soldier, hoping to build a new life for himself in London And while Georgie is slowing falling for One night Georgie makes a decision that will alter the lives of many After sharing 3 bottles of wine, she decides to sleep with her friend, Julian Immediately she knows this was a huge mistake especially when Julian confesses that he loves her and has loved her for years Julian thinks they will go on from here but Georgie is already pulling away from him.She meets Nicolai a Russian ex soldier, hoping to build a new life for himself in London And while Georgie is slowing falling for him, she also discovers that he has secrets Terrible secrets She s always had trust issues to begin with, so what does she do Can she trust him And when there are a series of bombings in London, does she risk everything to be with this man who may be a terrorist Julian didn t just go away he became the most dangerous kind of stalker there is If he can t have her, then no one can have her The reader is privy to Julian s actions the ...


  5. says:

    Blind Side by Jennie Ensor is an intriguing read and I have to be honest not at all what I was expecting when I read through the blurb There are so many elements to this book which take it beyond a simple star crossed lovers kind of romance, or even a case of obsession, and the book touches upon many socio economic issues which are as prevalent today as they were in the time that the book was set, few months surrounding the 7 7 bombings in London.Georgie is a complex character She has been b Blind Side by Jennie Ensor is an intriguing read and I have to be honest not at all what I was expecting when I read through the blurb There are so many elements to this book which take it beyond a simple star crossed lovers kind of romance, or even a case of obsession, and the book touches upon many socio economic issues which are as prevalent today as they were in the time that the book was set, few months surrounding the 7 7 bombings in London.Georgie is a complex character She has been burnt before when it comes to love and has all but given up on the idea of it Her biggest mistake, and biggest regret, is agreeing to sleep with Julian This sets the pair on a...


  6. says:

    Georgie, if you didn t know her very well, would be someone that you thought had a near damn perfect life Her dad had a very successful building company so she grew up not really wanting for anything, she had a pretty good job with athan average income and an enviable university education where she had met some life long friends But lucky in l...


  7. says:

    In my opinion, this is a really good book I was contemplating whether I should give it 5 stars, and decided against it only because of the ending It may seem hopeful for those in UK, but for me and, probably, for ...


  8. says:

    This book wasn t at all what I had expected from the general description but I do love it when a book surprises me that way It carried a lotdepth than I had assumed it would as it delved into some of thecurrent issues facing us in our country at the moment and due to that I found myself farengrossed than I was expecting to be Now we all know that it is possible for men and women to just be friends nowadays Butoften than not one person harbours hopes of that relationship This book wasn t at all what I had expected from the general description but I do love it when a book ...


  9. says:

    I received a free copy of this ebook from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I gave this book about 50 pages, but I was so very bored by that point that I decided not to finish Just not the book for me it never sparked any interest.


  10. says:

    This book gripped me from the very start, although not at all like my usual reads The characters were compelling and the storyline, although quite a simple base, made compulsive reading The book is informative about life in the Russian army and Chechnya and it gives the book an interesting side There is an alternative voice appearing sporadically throughout the book and I found myself quite wary, along with the main character Georgie, trying to predict what might happen The whole scenario This book gripped me from the very sta...


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