#BookReview for #56Days by @cathryanhoward @atlantisbooks @corvusbooks

MY RATING ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Ciara and Oliver meet in a supermarket queue in Dublin and start dating the same week COVID-19 reaches Irish shores.


When lockdown threatens to keep them apart, Oliver suggests they move in together. Ciara sees a unique opportunity for a relationship to flourish without the scrutiny of family and friends. Oliver sees a chance to hide who – and what – he really is.


Detectives arrive at Oliver’s apartment to discover a decomposing body inside.

Can they determine what really happened, or has lockdown created an opportunity for someone to commit the perfect crime?

Firstly I would like to thank Atlantic and Corvus books for my copy of this ARC in exchange for my honest review.

This book was a great read, the storyline was brilliant and part of me enjoyed that it was set in lockdown because well, this was all our lives at one point so it seems silly to ignore it but sometimes I did find it hard to read because of the whole lockdown situation. Especially since I was in isolation at the time.

But regardless of the lockdown it was an amazing story. The characters were written perfectly and they became very real and life like – so much so I felt very hurt when I found out they were liars and both had HUGE secrets they were hiding.

They were the perfect couple, I loved them together, and I envied what they had. Started developing my own little character crush…

Then my world all came crashing down when realisation struck. I was WOWED, SHOCKED, UPSET. I went through all the feels in this book and still the truth is hard to believe.

If you love a good thriller, this is definitely a book for you.

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