Rose McClelland: Out Of Your Head

This review is written with thanks to the author for my copy of Out Of Your Head.

Blurb:

Fatal accidents do happen. Or was there a plan?

A six-year-old dies in a car driven by her father. He barely survives. A simple hit and run? Yet the police think its murder. And who might be next?

The mother is out of her mind. If losing her daughter is not enough, why is she being stalked?.

Review:

Wow! What a ride! Out Of Your Head is relatively short and easy to read but the pace is absolutely relentless. There is so much going on that I read this book in less than 24 hours as I was really keen to find out what happened next! 

Out Of Your Head is written from several different perspectives: from Mia, Zoe and Liam to the detectives investigating Emma’s death. I loved this as it gave me the opportunity to see the story from both sides and try and work out what would happen before the characters knew themselves. We also got to see the sides of the characters that they did not show to other people and I loved that the characters had so many layers to allow the author to do this. 

Through Out Of Your Head, McClelland looks at themes such as mental illness, domestic abuse and relationships. These are subjects that are important and I felt that the author approached them with sensitivity whilst creating a thoroughly engaging plot. 

There are lots of twists and turns in this novel as it progresses and the ending in particular had me on the edge of my seat! It’s an ending I will need time to think about and I will remember this novel for a long time to come. 

Out Of Your Head is available from Amazon.

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