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Six Years

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Contributor(s) Harlan Coben
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Six Years is an intriguing and interesting novel which can keep its readers enthralled for a long time. The novel has a unique mixture of intrigue, suspense and emotions. The story revolves around Jake Fisher and follows his footsteps. The story takes many twists to keep the readers interested and intrigued. Enjoy the mystery and drama with the help of this book.

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Six Years tells the story of Jake Fisher, who is madly in love with Natalie. After spending three months together in a remote place, Natalie not only ends her relationship with Jake but also gets married to another man. Six years from this incidence, Jake is a successful college professor now. However, he still has not forgotten the pain of losing the love of his life. His story takes a new turn when he finds about the death of Natalie's husband. However, upon visiting his funeral, he finds that his wife is not Natalie. So he begins the quest to find Natalie. The story takes many turns and is full of action and adventure. The author expertly weaves a web with his words. The book is easy to follow as it presents the complex plot with simple words. This thriller will keep you on the edge with its daring story line.

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Six Years provides complete entertainment to its readers with its combination of human emotions, action and drama. It is written by Harlan Coben, who is a well-known thriller fiction writer. The author has written several other best-selling books such as Missing You, Darkest Fear: A Myron Bolitar Novel and Tell No One. The writer's grip over the subject is clearly visible throughout the book as he tells a compelling story in a simple language. The book also conveys many human emotions through its suspense ridden plot. The book flows in a natural way as the writer lets the characters develop in an organic manner. Immerse yourself in this paperback edition book and go on a roller coaster journey. To get this product, you can place the order online. The ISBN-10 number is 1409144585 and the ISBN-13 number is 9781409144588.

Product Details
Language English
Publication Date March 14, 2013
Publisher Orion Publishing Group
Contributor(s) Harlan Coben
Binding Paperback
Page Count 368
ISBN 10 1409144585
ISBN 13 9781409144588
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 490 grams
Product Dimensions 15.7 cm x 2.7 cm x 23.3 cm
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     Six Years: Twists in the Tale…. 26 October, 2013 On
    Harlan Coben's new Hitchcockian thriller (an ordinary man flung into events beyond his control) is not as complex as his earlier novels.
    At no stage, that makes it less readable.
    (In fact, I prefer this style to his previous works.)
    It’s a multi-layered plot made disarmingly simple by introducing just one segment at a time and never overwhelms you at any stage.
    Jake Fisher meets Natalie at a summer retreat and after a brief romance just when he thinks everything is fine: she dumps him to marry Todd.
    At the marriage, Natalie seeks a promise from Jake never to contact her again.
    Worse, no explanations are offered.
    Six years later, an obituary in a paper mentions Todd’s death and re-kindles the flames of passion that had never died in any case.
    On an impulse, Jake (now a professor) attends the funeral where surprises await him.
    Todd’s children at the funeral are teens.
    (It’s just been six years.)
    The camp/retreat where they stayed does not exist in name.
    The reverend denies having married the couple.
    There is no record of the marriage ever taking place at the chapel.
    The waitress at the restaurant they frequented refutes having ever known them.
    Worse, Todd’s widow is not Natalie.
    For all practical purposes, Natalie does not exist.
    (At one stage I wondered if it was not Jake’s imagination at work.)
    The deeper Jake digs into the disappearance, he comes across obstacles, violence, mysterious emails, family secrets, crooked finances, mob involvement, murder, college politics and disappearances: planned and unplanned.
    As the story proceeds, nothing is what it appears and no one is what they seem to be, including Natalie who he thought he knew very well.
    The end is (somewhat) disappointing though all loose ends are tied up.
    Harlan has a knack of introducing wry humor even in tense situations.
    (“Her smile was so wooden I could have touched it for luck.”)
    If you read the novel slowly (suggest you do this) pay attention to all incidents, cities, seemingly stray statements and minor characters: all will help you connect the dots and make the end a rewarding experience.
    (In India, we have trouble remembering names of smaller cities in America.)
    Generally mystery/suspense books have a twist at the end of the main story: but Coben's trade mark is multiple small twists at intervals and the shockers saved for the last chapters.
    In many of his earlier novels I had to actually write down the characters’ names as the sheer numbers were daunting and had to flip back the pages to recall the names.
    If you are a newbie to his writings suggest you read his novel “Tell No One” that will keep you awake all night.
    50 million books in print can’t be wrong.
    And yeah, and being Dan (“Da-Vinci-Code”) Brown’s buddy also helps.
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