5 Star Review A Single Breath by Lucy Clarke



When Eva’s husband Jackson tragically drowns, she longs to meet his estranged family. The journey takes her to Jackson’s brother’s doorstep on a remote Tasmanian island. As strange details about her husband’s past begin to emerge, memories of the man she married start slipping through her fingers like sand, as everything she ever knew and loved about him is thrown into question. Now she’s no longer sure whether it was Jackson she fell in love with – or someone else entirely…

The truth is, it was all a lie . . .


This is my first Lucy Clarke book (I have no idea where I have been either)  and can I say I was just totally blown away by this book. Can you believe I only accidentally come across it at the library.

Right from Page one I just wanted to keep going as I  learnt something new almost every other page  the plot was very well paced with a huge twist which I did work out but this did not stop by enjoyment of this story

I have already been and  got Lucy’s first book The Sea Sisters in my TBR pile and trust me I will be doing this soon. What a fantastic discovery Lucy is.

5 of 5 stars

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