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“Sea of Lies” Review

Hello Friends!

I hope you are having a good start of the week. And if you are having a boring day, and want to have some excitement this week I have a Psychological Thriller for you guys to check out.

Sea of Lies” is the sequel of “Thicker Than Water“, written by Rachel McLean.

Congratulations on the release day!

I want to thank Rachel, at Rachel’s Random Resources, and Rachel McLean for the eCopy of this book and for allowing me to join in the fun and by being a part of the blog tour with my honest review of the book.

Seal of Lies


Sea of LIes (large)He abducted her. He fell in love with her. He helped her escape. Can she trust him?

Sarah Evans has returned home after being abducted and held in a dilapidated farmhouse by a group of men.

With her is Martin, who turned against the other men to help her escape. He says he’s not like them, and claims to be in love with her.

Can Sarah trust Martin? Does she share his feelings? Or should she listen to her father, himself deceitful and abusive, and turn her back on the relationship?

Sea of Lies is a chilling psychological thriller about secrets, trust, and a family falling apart.

A standalone sequel to Thicker Than Water

Purchase Links – Amazon UK | Amazon US

Author Bio

A House Divided - rachel mcleanI’m Rachel McLean and I write thrillers and speculative fiction.

I’m told that the world wants upbeat, cheerful stories – well, I’m sorry but I can’t help. My stories have an uncanny habit of predicting future events (and not the good ones). They’re inspired by my work at the Environment Agency and the Labour Party and explore issues like climate change, Islamophobia, the refugee crisis and sexism in high places. All with a focus on how these impact individual people and families.

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My Review

I have read other books written by Rachel McLean and I love how she creates a thrilling storyline, and this book doesn’t fail that. And although “Sea of Lies” can be read as a standalone I highly recommend you to read the first book “Thicker Than Water” so you can enjoy the journey.

This novel continues where the previous book left off, so we get to keep following the inhabitants of that refugee village and learn more about the community and new mysteries and secrets. So, with Rachel McLean’s amazing writing style, we end up wondering what is true and who can we trust.

I truly felt like I was part of the village and setting and thriller in this book made me connect with the characters and feel as confused and determined to discover the truth, just like they were fighting for. That’s something I loved about this book. The feeling of reality in this dystopian novel.

It still blows my mind the amazing-ness of the author’s thrilling and suspense abilities. She created this world that makes us shiver and stay at the edge of our seats while we go on this rollercoaster ride with an incredible exciting pace.

Overall, I love this book and I keep falling in love with the psychological thriller genre and specially with Rachel McLean’s novels that make us wonder about each character and situation with each page we read.

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