Under the Harrow by Flynn Berry

When Nora takes the train from London to visit her sister in the countryside, she expects to find her waiting at the station, or at home cooking dinner. But when she walks into Rachel’s familiar house, what she finds is entirely different: her sister has been the victim of a brutal murder.

Stunned and adrift, Nora finds she can’t return to her former life. An unsolved assault in the past has shaken her faith in the police, and she can’t trust them to find her sister’s killer. Haunted by the murder and the secrets that surround it, Nora is under the harrow: distressed and in danger. As Nora’s fear turns to obsession, she becomes as unrecognizable as the sister her investigation uncovers.

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Boo, I’m disappointed with this one, but from the beginning of the book I just couldn’t get into it. The novel is from the perspective of Nora and oh boy, I did not like Nora. She was all over the place! Her thoughts were jumping left and right and  it was really hard to follow.

This could of also been because of the writing. It was hard to tell what was happening. I had no idea where Nora was (at one point, she was back in London and I have no idea how she got there!), who she was talking to and what she was doing. I was very confused.

2 calculators out of a potential 5. This just wasn’t my cup of tea.


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30 thoughts on “Under the Harrow by Flynn Berry

  1. I am sorry this one really didn’t work out for you it is a shame because it does look and sound like a very promising book. I hope your next read is a much better one, thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.

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