Drawn in by the cover, then the blurb, this book did not fail to deliver.
If you would love to be a fly on the wall, and wonder at how the people around you really live their lives, this book is for you. I am fascinated by human nature and love people watching, so this was a perfect read for me.
Alva is such an intriguing character, and I was fascinated with following her journey. She really is a lost soul in her own home, and goes out to look for friendship.
Which she does, but is it the right kind of friendship?
The Man In The Wall, diverts slightly from the psychological thrillers I usually read, but that gave it a premise which I loved, it is dark and chilling, but leaves you wanting to know more about W.
The author formed a very clever partnership with the man in the wall and Alva, it was a unique way to bring us two different characters, but going through similar emotions. I was drawn in from the beginning.
This is a mix of psychological thriller, occult and a touch of horror, read without a light on if you dare.
I admit to not reading many books set in Scandinavia, but do have them on my pile to be read. After this they will be moved swiftly up the reading pile.