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When Paul moves into his new flat his old friends rarely pay him a visit. He likes the peaceful life until his quiet is disturbed by a Gavin, his noisy neighbour. His complaints spark a confrontation which ends up with the two befriending each other. However Gavin is a controller, a manipulator and when Paul falls for a beautiful young girl who seems infatuated with GavinWhen Paul moves into his new flat his old friends rarely pay him a visit. He likes the peaceful life until his quiet is disturbed by a Gavin, his noisy neighbour. His complaints spark a confrontation which ends up with the two befriending each other. However Gavin is a controller, a manipulator and when Paul falls for a beautiful young girl who seems infatuated with Gavin the friendship is put to the test. She goes missing and Paul’s mind races, has he got good reason to suspect that Gavin has kidnapped her or is his jealously playing tricks on him? Perhaps all is not as it would at first seem in this dark and disturbing psychological thriller....

Title : Saffron
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ISBN : B00AVOIYGM
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 402 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Saffron Reviews

  • Sara Alexi
    2019-04-20 00:32

    The observation of everyday events in detail gives the protagonist life a a very 'mundane' feel, too 'mundane', it doesn't feel quite right and there builds the tension. The man who lives above him has a much more eventful life and the small details of the protagonist life becomes almost desperately sad by comparison. The writing is compelling, I could almost see where this story was going and I didn't want to go there anymore than the character did, but I was drawn to see the events to their conclusion, as he was. If you like a thrill and a chill factor you will love this book. If you scare easily its not for you. I found is disturbing and therefore give the author full credit for a job well done.

  • Maria
    2019-04-02 23:11

    This is an excellent thriller! It will keep you guessing until the end.

  • Alex Calothis
    2019-03-24 04:14

    A very well written book, draws you in, takes you with the protagonist to places you would rather not go. An interesting view of something is all to common in the papers today.

  • Graham Downs
    2019-04-17 05:23

    I really enjoyed this story. It was well-conceived, and quite unpredictable; I got to at least 84% through it before I started to realise how it might all end, and I found that ending quite satisfying indeed.It concerns a young man called Paul, who moves into a new flat and meets a guy called Gavin. He and Gavin become quite good friends, and spend their time drinking, smoking weed, and getting laid.It's not very well edited though, with nary a comma in site, and mixed up words all over the place (affect vs. effect, stuff like that). It's also written in slang, which is completely understandable, because the narrator is British, but there were times when I didn't completely understand what certain things meant... which was compounded by the aforementioned confused words and lack of punctuation because I ALSO didn't immediately get what was intentional, and what was an error.That being said, it's a great psychological thriller, and reminds me somewhat of Fight Club (oh dear, I hope THAT little bombshell doesn't give away too much for you). If you like that sort of thing, you're sure to like Saffron!

  • Darren Worrow
    2019-03-26 23:20