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Severed Straight off I knew it was going to be a bad day The room was stifling hot; and when I did finally manage to drag open my eyes all I could see was blood I thought I'd stepped into the middle of a nightmare But I was wrong The nightmare was only just beginning Ex soldier Sean Tyler wakes up in an unfamiliar room next to the headless corpse of a girl he's met recently With his memory of the previous 24 hours wiped clean he's hardly out of bed before the he notices a note next to the TV telling him to press play on the room's DVD machine The film shows him stabbing someone to deathTyler is confident that the footage is fake but will a jury see things the same way The man on the end of the phone tells him that if he wants the evidence to disappear he must go to an address in east London and await further instructionsTyler knows he must do as he is told He also knows that the phone caller has no intention of keeping him aliveTo survive he must recover the missing 24 hours of his life and find out who's setting him up before his time runs out for good The clock is ticking



10 thoughts on “Severed

  1. says:

    If you're looking for a book involving tons of fight scenes with a dash of mystery this is a book for you If you're looking for something that's of a psychological thriller then this probably isn't a book for you Severed by Simon Kernick is a mystery novel involving a fast paced plot and new pieces of information being thrown constantly at youImagine waking up in a bed seemingly alone Everything is uiet when your eyes are drawn t


  2. says:

    This was a slightly frustrating read there was a lot of superfluous build up in the first half and I skimmed uite a bit of it without losing any of the plot After passing the half way point the author seems to dial back on dragging out action scenes and that's where the story begins to get a little interestingI read this book as part of my book club and one of girls raised an excellent point The character development is uite lazy it’


  3. says:

    Another excellent novel by Simon KernickWhat is there not to like about his books very good characters and skilfully plotted


  4. says:

    I don´t know what to say It was mysterious it was unexpected it was really bad day But I was impressed Throughout the whole book the author took you in the knowledge that you cannot find out who is behind all the events And I have to say There were only few moments I thought I know who is behind everything and as I found out in the end I was really mistaken Only thing I knew was that if I were that man I would rather die than to fight like he h


  5. says:

    At the start of this book Tyler the central character wakes up in a house he doesn't recognise He's clearly been drugged and when he rolls over to get his bearings he finds the badly mutilated remains of his girlfriend next to himSoon after he gets a phone call that tells him that if he doesn't do certain things the police will be called and evidence will be presented to them that suggests that he was involved in the mutilation He follows the instruc


  6. says:

    Heavily marketed with posters adverts and book displays all over London this bestseller gets off to a gripping start when Tyler wakes up beside the headless torso of a woman in his bed An engaging military organised crime conspiracy thriller which I admittedly couldn't put down A genuine thriller


  7. says:

    DNF 56%I am strained my brain enough I wish i could have loved this one Not happening


  8. says:

    You know that a Simon Kernick novel is going to grab your attention from the very first sentence and this doesn't disappoint Your thrust straight into the action as the main character Dan Tyler wakes up to find the decapitated body of his new girlfriend lying next to him in a pool of blood in a place he doesn't recognise and with no memory of the events leading up to it He then finds himself doing a job for a mysterious man who tells him that if he doesn't complete


  9. says:

    For some strange reason I had it in my head I had read uite a few of Simon Kernick's books turns out this is only the second one Maybe its because I have 4 or 5 in my bookshelf 'Severed' is a non stop all action read that doesn't let up from the first to the last page There is a lot going on and bodies piling up all over the place a main character who manages to survive through a hell of a lot of fighting and shooting okay a bit of eye rolling for that but its a good bo


  10. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book the action starts on the first page and keeps you interested through the whole book It was easy to read and read pretty fast In the book we can find round characters they are fully formed and complex We can find many plots combined into one and it doesn't feel forced There is a lot of twists which made you want to read it Some moments made me a little bored the flashbacks they take you back and tell you stories from the past They are neces


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