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Everything and Nothing A gripping psychological suspense read Cupboards were sticky from spilled jam and honey, and the oven smoked when you turned it on because of the fat that had built up over the years Agatha would never, ever let her future home end up like this She would never leave it every day like Ruth did She would never put her trust in strangers Ruth and Christian are just holding their marriage together, after Christian s disastrous affair a year ago But chaos beckons, and when the family are suddenly left without any childcare, Agatha comes into their lives to solve all their problems But Agatha is not as perfect as she seems and her love for the children masks a deeper secret Everything and Nothing is a stunningly assured debut, superbly evoking an atmosphere of inexorable and sinister menace that builds to a mesmerizing climax in a story that is, at its heart, about thwarted and damaged love

10 thoughts on “Everything and Nothing

  1. Felicia Felicia says:

    I really hope an editor was not compensated for their effort on this book Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall was among my favorite books for 2018 It was dark and disturbing with an unreliable cuckoo narrator After reading the synopsis for this earlier book by the same author, I went into it hoping to findof this author s immersive psychological storytelling and found that this effor

  2. Litt1edarling Litt1edarling says:

    Absolutely amazing new book by Araminta Hall.Grips you right from the start, so much so that I didn t put this book down until I had finished needless to say it only took me two days Written from the view points of the three main characters Ruth and Christian, married but falling apart and their seemingly perfect nanny, Agatha This story twists and turns right up to til the end, with i

  3. The Book Whisperer (aka Boof) The Book Whisperer (aka Boof) says:

    The book begins promisingly A young girl walks down a middle class street in London on her way to an interview for the job of nanny Greeted by the chaotic scene around her mum and dad on the verge of spliting up, two unruly children Agatha already knows she wants this job and we already know she is hiding something The plot raced along at a satisfyingly quick pace and the characters of

  4. Plum-crazy Plum-crazy says:

    The theme of this book maybe not be an original one but for me this was a cut above others that I ve read in a similar vein The story is told from the views of the three main characters Ruth, Christian Aggie yet unlike many other books it s not told in the first person I found the style tone of the writing credible I don t think there is a mother out there that won t identify with at lea

  5. Lesley Lesley says:

    Didn t seem as dramatic as the description of book gave it, just average family insecurities Did not hate it but it passed the time

  6. Jane Jane says:

    The tube spat Agatha into one of those areas where people used to lie about their postcodes Although why anyone ever would have been ashamed to live here was beyond Agatha s understanding The opening of Araminta Hall s debut novel sets things up very nicely.Ruth and Christian are struggling to balance their busy, busy lives juggling demanding careers, patching up a marriage battered by his

  7. Gill Gill says:

    I enjoyed reading this book and the feeling of spiralling chaos from Ruth and Christian s problems contrasted with Agatha s tight control In the end, of course, she is the one truly out of control and the family have a chance of balance A good read.

  8. Smitha Smitha says:

    Some books jump at you from bookshelves This was one of those I don t know what made me pick it up, but I did.Actually, it was probably these lines on the blurb Cupboards were sticky from spilled jam and honey, and the oven smoked when you turned it on because of the fat that had built up over the years Agatha would never, ever let her future home end up like this She would never leave it ev

  9. Emma Emma says:

    Having picked up this book expecting a Nicci French Sophie Hannah style thriller and such expectations, I would argue, were not unreasonable given the fact that the book s publishers essentially have masqueraded it as precisely that , I was very disappointed with the actual content of Everything and Nothing The blurb promises a suspenseful, sinister tale of a perfect nanny infiltrating a chao

  10. Samantha Lee Samantha Lee says:

    I ve seen mixed reviews for this book and whilst I can completely understand the comments, they are some of the reasons why I loved it so much Ruth and Chris are a married couple trying hard to deal with the fallout from his affair with a younger woman a year ago With two young and high maintenance children and demanding careers, they are a family in crisis In an attempt to regain some control

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