Reviews for One Click

“Mara is a master of the red herring and there are lots of plot twists to keep the reader guessing until the terrifying end … Once again, Mara has produced a gripping story of suspense that will have you on the edge of your seat to the last.” The Independent

“This is a cracking read” – Liz Nugent, author of Unravelling Oliver and Skin Deep

“One Click is the best psych thriller I’ve read in quite a while. Great end, but more importantly, the journey was wonderful too.” – Sinéad Crowley, author of One Bad Turn

“One Click pulls you in and won’t let go – be prepared to read in one sitting. It’s a page-turner that will hook you from page one, and will make you stop and think before you make one click online again.” – Patricia Gibney, author of No Safe Place

“One Click is menacing from the start, surprising to the end. Makes you think – hard – about what we share and reveal, and who might be watching.” – Emily Hourican, author of White Villa

“A cracking read!”  – Stella O’Malley, author of Bully-Proof Kids

“Gripping – it will keep you guessing until the last page” – Sarah Breen, co-author of Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling

“Loved it… Goosebumps to rival those I get when reading Liz Nugent’s books… A compelling read. I couldn’t put it down.” – Lorna Sixsmith, author of Till the Cows Come Home

“Creepy, tense, and uncomfortable, ONE CLICK by Andrea Mara is everything you want in a psychological thriller and more… The characters are relatable, flawed, and very normal … a multi-layered and compelling thriller that will haunt you from start to finish and keep you guessing every second along the way … topping the charts of best thriller of the year for me!” – Linda Green BooksOfAllKinds

“The author has cleverly weaved in a backstory and narrative that I never saw coming and one that firmly glued me to the pages … It is cleverly plotted, to perfection and I was absolutely gripped by the storyline… Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant! 5* genius” – Abby Slater-Fairbrother  AnneBonnyBookReviews.com

“One Click is an unsettling and disturbing novel, but it is also a cautionary tale for all. It is a fast-paced, page-turner that you will not put down. It is an eye-opening read, reflecting on what can go so very wrong online today in a society that is switched on ALL the time.” – Mairéad Hearne SwirlandThread | Writing.ie

“I liked this a lot, I liked how the storyline showed both the positives and negatives of being active online. This would make an excellent holiday read.” – Sharon Leavy, Behind Green Eyes

“Just when I thought I had it all figured out, another wrench was thrown into my deductions. This was a great read, if you like to read psychological thrillers, suspense, and stories about social media, this is the book to pick up. It has all of this and more in it… I really enjoyed this story and I give it a 5 star review.” SassyRedheadBookReviews

“One Click… is a proper page turner. I couldn’t get to the end fast enough to find out the twists and turns… I powered through it in a day – testament to how much I wanted to figure out every twist in the story.” Lisa Ryan, Bad Mammy

“Thoroughly enjoyed hoped it, found it hard to put down. The writer in me envied your plot line but delighted in the way you told the story. And unusually in books like this, you had me red-herringed into cul-de-sacs right to the end. A very satisfying, enjoyable and un-put-downable work, absolutely loved it. You have a great talent and I wish you continued success.” John Mulligan, author of No Place in the Sun

“One Click… is just brilliant. It is fast paced, unpredictable, hard to put down and will make you think twice before posting that photo to Instagram. What a brilliant page-turner” – Nicola Naessens, SimplyHomemade

“…another great twisty-turny edge of seat tale…great read!”  – Sinéad Fox BumblesofRice.com

“I read it over 24 hours. Literally couldn’t put it down until I found out what on earth was going on!” – Sadhbh Devlin, author of Bí ag Spraoi Liom

“I could not put it down, amazing book, well done, I didn’t see the end coming, brilliant” – Eimear Hutchinson, TheTwoDarlings

“I loved this book. I had high expectations after the first book – the other side of the wall – and I wasn’t dissapointed. I read it two days. I couldn’t put it down.” – Sheila O’Rourke, Rick O’Shea Book Club

 

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