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The exchange - two women. Two tickets. And only one way out.

Strong suspense novel

Content:
Claire Cook has been preparing her disappearance for a long time. She simply can no longer live with her violent husband. But then a stupid coincidence thwarts the beautiful plan. When a new chance arises at the airport to go into hiding, Claire takes it, not knowing what she is getting into. Because Eva, with whom she exchanges the plane tickets, has a dark past ...

My opinion:
From the first page on, the novel exerts a certain pull. Especially as a woman, you will be able to identify yourself well with the protagonists Claire and Eva, who are played badly by the male world. The two are very strong, intelligent personalities, who gain great depth in the course of the story and of ... more

Strong suspense novel

Content:
Claire Cook has been preparing her disappearance for a long time. She simply can no longer live with her violent husband. But then a stupid coincidence thwarts the beautiful plan. When a new chance arises at the airport to go into hiding, Claire takes it, not knowing what she is getting into. Because Eva, with whom she exchanges the plane tickets, has a dark past ...

My opinion:
From the first page on, the novel exerts a certain pull. Especially as a woman, you will be able to identify yourself well with the protagonists Claire and Eva, who are played badly by the male world. The two are very strong, intelligent personalities who gain great depth in the course of the story and from whom one can still learn something.

The story is mainly told in two storylines, on the one hand from Claire's perspective in the first person, on the other hand from Eva's perspective in the third person. We experience the present through Claire's eyes, while Eva's part tells the past and moves closer and closer to the present and the ticket exchange.

Both storylines are equally well told and very exciting, as both deal with different crimes and dangers for the two women. Julie Clark brings one or the other surprising twist at the right time, so that the reader has to reorient himself and remain curious. Many of the people involved cannot be clearly assigned to the good or the bad at first; you just don't know if you can trust them. This is brought about by the skilful narrative style of the author. I found the ending as successful as the whole novel.

I can really recommend this book to everyone who likes it exciting but doesn't want it bloody.