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Number-one best-selling author Josephine Cox returns with a powerful, dark love story shrouded in shocking secrets and malignant forces.

All Jack's life, the nightmares had haunted him, dragging him back to a place where it was always midnight....

Molly and Jack are deeply in love but their relationship is being torn apart by Jack's nightmares. Trapped in a place where he is taunted by eyes in the gloom, it is becoming harder for Molly to pull him free, and when daylight comes, the haunting visions remain. He can make no sense of them, though when he is deep in the dreams, he knows exactly what's demanded of him.

Realising that Jack is being driven close to the edge, Molly urges him to seek help, and with their relationship faltering, Jack decides to hunt for answers. His search takes him back to the place where he grew up, and it soon becomes clear that he must trace people from his past, particularly the one person he could turn to through his troubled childhood. But Jack could never have imagined the true horrors of what he is about to uncover….

©2011 Josephine Cox (P)2011 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • Chris Melia
  • 04-10-11

Very poor

Without doubt this is the worst book I have downloaded! The writing is full of cliches and tired phrases. The characters are completely unbelievable and the ridiculous plot clunks to an unfeasible ending.

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