Ready to enjoy an amazing read this 2020? Take a look at this great book…
Hold Your Breath by B.P. Walter
Genre: Psychological Thriller
About The Book
Kitty Marchland has always known that her family aren’t like others. But when her father uproots them to a remote cottage in the woods, she realises that her parents are keeping secrets from her – secrets that could unravel everything.
Years later, Kitty starts to question what really happened out in the forest. When the police revisit a suspicious death, she must examine her most painful memories – and this time, there’s nowhere to hide…
I always love a good story where you don’t know which part of the story is true or fiction!
The story is told in first person by Kitty Marchland at different periods of her life, since she was a child till the present, how her life changed completely after a tragic event. You can feel that everyone around her seems to keep secrets and lies, half truths, but what you don’t know is why. That’s the main point of the story, how she as a young girl feels the distrust around her, like walking between egg shells… Her life as an adult is not easy, that’s why she decides to start digging in the past, but maybe the answers she’ll find will not be the ones she was expecting.
This will be a hunted story, mixed with witches and unexpected things that will keep the reader addicted to the story, trying to discern what is real and what is not before everything is discovered!
It was really interesting the part of the past were Kitty was only 10 years old, let’s be honest, she is not an easy child, but I don’t think her parents did the best for her, maybe it’s only my point of view, but a little one always have questions and if she can’t trust her parents, who can she trust?
I was expecting a mystery when I started reading this book, but I found much more, a horror story with twists and surprises that keep me reading all nights! You only have to Hold Your Breath and start reading!
About The Author
B P Walter was born and raised in Essex. After spending his childhood and teenage years reading compulsively, he worked in bookshops then went to the University of Southampton to study Film and English followed by an MA in Film & Cultural Management. He is an alumni of the Faber Academy and currently works in social media coordination for Waterstones in London.