Guilt

About the Author: Amanda Robson

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  • Paperback
  • 480 pages
  • Guilt
  • Amanda Robson
  • 27 November 2018
  • 9780008294540

Guilt The Number 1 Bestseller Is Back Your Sister Her Boyfriend That Night.When The Body Of A Woman Is Found Stabbed To Death, The Blame Falls To Her Twin Sister But Who Stabbed Who And Which One Is Now The Woman Behind The Bars Set In Bristol, This Chilling Thriller Details What Happens When Twin Sisters Miranda And Zara S Lives Are Infiltrated By Seb, A Handsome, Charismatic Boyfriend Who Threatens To Tear The Twins Lives Apart But Is He Really The One To Blame Or Have Deeper Resentments Been Simmering Beneath The Surface For Years Full Of Twists And Turns With The Identity Of The Killer Hidden Until The End, This Is The Perfect Follow Up To Amanda S Knock Out, Bestselling Debut, Obsession.

10 thoughts on “Guilt

  1. Dash fan says:

    5 Plenty of Twists, kept me guessing Guilt is a book that will leave you in a spin From the very start till the very end I was completely enthralled and hooked.Twin sisters Zara and Miranda, one is murders the other but which one is dead and which one is in jail Them there is the middle man Sebastian.He is manipulative, clever, sadistic and determined to come between the twins.Zara is a self harmer, she craves attention, reckless,easily led and easily falls in love, relies on her sister and mum.Miranda the level headed Twin, very protective of her sister, looks after her, has a good job.Sebastian is seeing Zara but flirts with Miranda He won t commit to Zara but weaves his way into both their lives.He too is obsessive, depressive and there is something sinister about him.So who kills who And ...

  2. Michelle says:

    This book was amazing The story is about non identical twin sisters Zara Miranda They are completely bonded and loyal to one another Best of friends to the very end While Zara is the flighty artistic sister Miranda is the quiet academic They compliment one another perfectly Zara and Miranda share Miranda s flat because Zara has twice nearly killed herself due to cutting She suffers from panic attacks and cutting helps relieve her anxiety Miranda naturally wants to keep her close as a means of protecting her from herself Then Zara meets Sebastian and becomes completely besotted by him On first introductions Miranda can see why Zara is so infatuated He s incredibly handsome with his Machiavellian grin but there is also an air of danger radiating off him He s so sure of himself, so confident From here Amanda Robson spins a riveting tale that kept me glued to the pages Do you like characters you love to hate Well, let me introduce you to Sebastian He is vile in every sense of the word This book made me so damn frustrated but in the best way possible What I thought started as a popcorn passing psychological thriller actually takes a much darker and serious theme which then evolves this book into a legal thriller for ...

  3. Miriam Smith says:

    Guilt by Amanda Robson was one of the those books, for me, that I couldn t put down till I was finished I found it utterly compelling and devoured in just over a day, so strong was my interest in the story.Zara and Miranda are twin sisters They d have always supported each other, until Zara meets boyfriend Seb, when everything starts to change Handsome but dangerous, Sen threatens to tear the sister s relationship apart A traumatic incident in Seb s past begins to rear its head and soon all three are locked in a psychological battle that will leave someone dead.There are triggers in the story which may upset some people self harm, mental health issues, drug use and rape and although distressing at times they were all handled and written about exceedingly well and are very appropriate to the story.I liked the way the story was told from the perspective of each of the different characters, set in...

  4. Dita says:

    Zara and Miranda are twin sisters who are as close as close, until Sebastian comes on the scene and begins dating Zara News flashhe is an asshole of highest order.From page one we know that one of the sisters dies at the hand of the other but which one And why

  5. Linda Strong says:

    Twin sisters one man who wants to separate them One of them is a cutter and he eggs her on to keep cutting, while her sister does everything she can to keep her sister from cutting He professes to love one of them but can t seem to keep his hands off the other His background is sketchy he keeps the one sister from meeting or even talking to his family Makes you wonder what he s hiding And what is his agenda other than to tear the two sisters apart One sister is stabbed to death the other sister is charged with murder But was it murder..or self defense Or something else altogether The story is told in 3 voices each of the sisters and the only man in this relationship The story bounces back and forth from the man s background to the events leading up to the killing to the murder charge garnered by th...

  6. Amanda says:

    A dark addictive psychological thriller with bite sized chapters that you will not be able to put down.The book starts dramatically with one twin being accused of killing her sister and is awaiting her trial No names are mentioned until half way through which I found novel and intrigued me straight away, as I was always trying to guess who was who Zara and Miranda are non identical twins that live together All is well until Zara meets Sebastian at Tesco s as you do and before long he is moving in with the twins This decision will change their lives forever.The chapters are told through the perspectives of Zara, Miranda and Sebastian before and after that disastrous day I found myself hating Sebastian but also looking forward to his short chapter to find out what he was trying to achieve and I so wanted to give Zara a shake so she can see what is going on around her They say love is blind but ple...

  7. Ova - Excuse My Reading says:

    Amanda Robson, why do you write like this Literally She writes like this Characters are narrators and we constantly listen their inner voice chattering through our inner eardrum as if we are a friend of them, mentioning another character by directly saying such and such, you were so blah blah that night It made the book so, so tacky for me This was like a very soapy drama ...

  8. Mandy says:

    This is the story of Miranda and Zara, who are unidentical twins As the book opens the two women are living in a flat in Bristol, where Miranda is an accountant and Zara is at university doing a degree in photography Zara goes out one night to the supermarket When she comes back she tells Miranda she has met someone, SebastianBefore long Sebastian is living with Miranda and Zara., in Miranda s f...

  9. Mandy White says:

    review to come after holidaysGuilt is the story of 2 sisters, Zara and Miranda and the boyfriend, Sebastian that drives a wedge between them This book is not for everybody with dark and disturbing storylines of rape, self harm and depression That being said I really enjoyed it.The book starts with a dead girl and another confessing to killing her sister From there the story jumps between the past...

  10. Shalini says:

    I delved into this book thinking it to be a thriller which would remain with me for days The premise of the book was chilling 2 sisters, twins, one dead, killed by her own sister How, when, why As usual, it is always a man who is the trigger, but in this, he is not only a catalyst but someone who is actively playing one sister against the other My first book by Amanda Robson, and I was amazed by the way she has painted the characters, Miranda the straight forward accountants, Zara artistic photographer, yet a cutter, and Sebastian boyfriend bound by his own nightmares and past I liked how the author had kept the identity of the sisters a secret Till mid story, I had no idea who was dead and who killed the other Once the identity is revealed, the story moves at the same fast pace, but becomes a bit of a routine with no surprises and an unbelievable ...