[PDF KINDLE] In The Darkness, Thats Where Ill Know You BY Luke Smitherd
Woman s body there are #so many bloody uestions that begin to pop up off the bat tooThis is one #many bloody uestions that begin to pop up off the bat tooThis is one those books that I can t really divulge much because each little nugget is something that is detrimental to the mystery of the book in the first place all I can say is that it s mind blowing perhaps literaly Minnie Cooper is the counterpart to Charlie Wilkes and he just so happens to be inhabiting her mind she is a frazzled individual who seems a touchout of sorts even as far as someone being inside your brain goes We soon discover why tooAs the story progresses things swiftly take a turn into WTFville and it is not at all what I had been expecting which is great There were spots where I just found myself flicking through the pages and skimming because it was just a bit of filler and chatter that wasn t important to the actual plot At times I felt like it was really a stop and go as far as some of the parts not really chapters went The actual story and idea is phenomal but the execution was a little off for me It s difficult to portay an individual who is inside your mind without it becoming dull or limited but Smitherd did well to make it intriguing there were just some spots that I felt were rather superfluous Again I can t go into detail because unfortunately any detail is really a spoiler HaI give it 3 stars just because of those spots where I felt we were reading unneccesary acts or re hashing events that truly didn t need to be there Still Smitherd s work here is just so wonderfully odd I did enjoy itIf you re looking for a uick mind blowing science fiction what if read this is it If I had to sum up this book with two words they
D Be Interesting And be interesting and And yes I m aware that interesting
uite generic a word that doesn t do this book any justice whatsoever but seriously It s so interesting And trippy I suppose those three words combined sum up my feelings nicely I m sure at one point we ve all wished we could be inside someone s head and in this book that s exactly what happens to Charlie Wilkes Only problem is he doesn t now the head of the person he s found himself inside Not to mention the fact that he s inside inside not just his mind scoping out the woman s mind Nope he s inside body and all And naked What unfolds after Charlie finds himself inside Minnie s mind is th. To find a way out of The Black Room a place where even the light of the screen goes out every time Minnie closes her eyes IN THE DARKNESS THAT'S WHERE I'LL KNOW YOU tells the complete story of THE BLACK ROOM PARTS ONE TO FOUR all in one book and contains all of the adventures of Charlie and Minnie All the answers are revealed in a story guaranteed to eep the reader on the edge of their sea. ,Is Uite Generic A
Luke Smitherd æ 5 Free readA true original story I very rarely write a review I m just one of those readers that use everyone else s reviews to choose my next book however this book blew me away It had every genre within it and ept me on the edge of my seat I highly recommend and will have you hooked within the first 5 pages I happened to stumble upon this author and will now look at the other works he has written I was familiar "with Luke Smitherd through Kill Someone which is a terrific thriller "Luke Smitherd through Kill Someone which is a terrific thriller I enjoyed so much I picked this one up without even reading a description I mean yes it was a freebie at the time but it still shows a considerable amount of regard for the author Kill Someone was a freebie at one time also and it is not often that one gets to discover a gen There are hangovers there are bad hangovers and then there s waking up inside someone else s headAnd that s exactly what happens to bartender Charlie after a night out in Coventry He s naked and in a very dark room The walls are pliable and the floor has a strange uality to it firm but not cold Then a screen lights up throwing light into the room He can now see a view of a bathroom and its as if he s seeing it through the eyes of another person Is this real Is it a dream Is he dead and this is what the afterlife comprises We are left to ponder on this as Charlie begins to identify that he s inside the head of a girl called Minnie He nows this as when he talks she hears a voice inside her head and after initially freaking out she calms down enough to talk back to himIt s a weird start to what turned out to be a compelling story My initial thought was that I d struggle to stay with this tale for any length of time that I d tire of the absurd nature of this seemingly surreal tale But in reality it wasn t long before I was fully engrossed Having seen her briefly in the bathroom mirror Charlie thinks he might recognise Minnie but he s not sure We learn that she has a history of drug taking though she s been clean for a while Her initial
to Charlie s is that she #s finally cracked the drugs have done for her at last and the voice heralds her helter #finally cracked the drugs have done for her at last and the voice heralds her helter descent into madnessStrange as this storyline seems I uickly got used to the interactions between the two characters and was just beginning to think I d worked out where this was go. An alternate cover edition can be found hereFINALLY THE COMPLETE BLACK ROOM SAGA ALL IN ONE VOLUMEThere are hangovers there are bad hangovers and then there's waking up inside someone else's head Thirty something bartender Charlie Wilkes is faced with this exact dilemma when he wakes to find finds himself trapped inside The Black Room; a space consisting of impenetrable darkness and a huge ,Reaction To Charlie S
Ing when a shattering twist was landed Wow I certainly didn t see that coming From here on in the pace increases exponentially as it races to a heart thumping dramatic conclusionI d find it hard to categorise this book but I d say that if you re in the mood for something very different then this one is certainly worth a look I listened to this book on audio so I had a voice in my head the author s own talking about a woman with a voice in her head weirder and weirder But very entertaining This book has a really neat #concept and then it places I never expected I really enjoyed #and then it goes I never expected I really enjoyed Luke Smitherd is an excellent writer and his books always explore interestingoriginal themes I have previously been frustrated at how his stories developend but this one did not disappoint it ept me gripped till the last sentence In fact I read it listened to the audio book in two days The book was read by Luke Smitherd and although author readings aren t always a good thing his reading was flawless telling the story as only it s creator could And you won t see the plot twists coming Neat concept and uniue delivery Weird in a good way I enjoyed the story even if I had to take breaks while reading Part 4 but that s just me avoiding horror in general Can t complain everything makes sense and ties together neatly even if the trip into the villain s mind is terrifying and his actions make your stomach turn The ending is bittersweet but a truly happy one would have been out of place I did my best in trying Dragged this on for over 150 pages I held on to it because the premise seemed intriguing and I For Single People Who Still Understand The Value Of Relationships kept hugging my belief that something with a measure of brilliance could be extracted out of it Then around that page mark came along another unnecessary lukewarm plot twist and that got the better of me I m tapped out Too many overlong over the top descriptive passages No cohesive rhythm Too many exclamation points Some other reader declared Smitherd to be the UK s Stephen King and I cannot possibly imagine why would anyone say such a thing Closed for good This book was a trip that s for sure I was hooked from the first few pages and wanted tonow the reason WHY right awayThe main character Charlie Wilkes is in the same position we are on the first page Why are we in this Black Room why are we taking note of Thereal screen floating in its centre It is through this screen that he sees the world of his female host MinnieHow did he get there What has happened to his life And how can he exist inside the mind of a troubled fragile but beautiful woman with secrets of her own Uncertain whether he's even real or if he is just a figment of his host's imagination Charlie must enlist Minnie's help if he is.