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The Unseen by Chris Cloake.

'The Unseen' is an interesting book, we meet Scott who is as dead as a door nail, apparently, he was murdered. That's a great start of the book but for Scott not so much as he has to investigate the who and why was he murdered before continuing on his journey.

We see moments of Scott's life, the highs and lows the good and bad times. Like other reviews mentions, it has the Charles Dickens story 'Scrooge' vibes.

As we follow Scott's on his mission to solve his murder, the plot remains engaging and maintains a steady pace. The writer’s ability to show us scenes from a different perspective was something I appreciated.

Many thanks to @ChrisCloake & @ZooloosBT for a review copy.


About the Author

Chris Cloake was born in 1964 and began telling stories a couple of years later. He grew up

in Kent, England. He is motivated to write by a deep interest in life, particularly the cruel,

deeply flawed nature of people contrasted with their incredible creativity and inspiration. The

power of the natural world is a common theme in his work as a writer and professional


He lives happily with his wife, two children and a large collection of music,

books and board games.

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Zoé O'Farrell
Zoé O'Farrell
Apr 01

Thank you so much for supporting the tour x

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