Chaudhuri is so descriptive in her writing where I felt like every paragraph just jumped off the page. I don't see this kind of writing very often. The Scribe is exhilarating, gripping and so refreshing in the thriller genre. >>Read more
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The scribe was the perfect balance of thrill and blood. You’re completely and utterly kept in the dark, gripped until it’s time for the big reveal. A.A’s attention to detail is phenomenal. I adore Carver & Kramer. >>Read more
Fast and furious this book may be, but it’s also clever. AA Chaudhuri is highly skilful in placing crucial detail in the narrative. Be prepared to go to bed very, very late every night while you’re reading it – because I guarantee, you won’t want to stop. >> Read more
The Scribe is one of those books which makes you doubt every character involved. It has jaw-dropping paragraphs and a clever twist which makes or breaks a psychological thriller. I found it very difficult to put down. >> Read more
I loved that they brought in a "civilian" to help them. The pace was great and the characters well developed and quite complex in their different personalities. Highly entertaining!
An outstanding psychological thriller. The characters and the story line were excellent and it was an extremely accomplished and well written book. Highly recommended.
The Scribe is full of tension. I was often on tenterhooks.
Whether a series will work so often depends on the pairing and Chaudhuri has given herself the bet chance by introducing us to Kramer & Carver.
The author takes the pain, helplessness, and anger that a person understandably feels when preyed upon and makes it darker and dangerous.
I loved this original debut thriller. Highly recommended.
The Scribe is a wonderfully dark thriller. I loved every dirty detail the author conjured up.
A clever and well-thought out twisted plot of revenge
The Scribe is a strong debut and I loved it. There were times when I felt so tense that my heart was thudding.
I don’t even know where to start with this book. What you think you know, you have no idea. My biggest frustration was that I couldn’t read fast enough because my mind was flipped so many times trying to keep up with the curveballs thrown within the plot. This was definitely a page turner. >> Read more
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