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  • Title: Rattle
  • Author: Fiona Cummins
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  • Page: 475
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Fiona Cummins says:

      Fiona Cummins is an award winning former Daily Mirror showbusiness journalist and a graduate of the Faber Academy Writing A Novel course She lives in Essex with her family Rattle is her first novel.

    2 thoughts on “Rattle

    1. It’s been awhile since I’ve read something that genuinely terrified me; woot and double woot! While I wouldn’t go so far as to say this counts in the horror category, it did have a The Silence of the Lambs -esque feel to it. Honestly, the villain in this book makes Hannibal Lector look like a kitty cat prancing on rainbows and butterflies. While this in itself was enough to make it an all-around disturbing read, the author did a fantastic job of playing at every fear and concern I have as [...]

    2. This is a chilling debut from Fiona Cummins revolving around a serial killer, The Bone Collector, and his obsession with collecting unusual and rare animal and human skeletal deformities. They are displayed in the bizarre family museum of which he is the curator. His interest extends to abducting children who have bone abnormalities, like Clara Foyle and Jakey, who has Stone Man Syndrome where his body grows new bones that leads to the sufferer being encased in a prison of bones. The Bone Collec [...]

    3. Rattle by Fiona Cummins is the first book in the new The Bone Collector series. The series a dark sort of thriller read featuring a detective on the hunt for a serial killer with an peculiar type of victim.The Bone Collector is after a certain type of victim in the story which introduces readers to certain medical conditions about bone deformities. A young child in the story suffers from this very rare disease which makes him a perfect target for the killer that Detective Sergeant Etta Fitzroy h [...]

    4. "Rattle" by Fiona Cummins is a decent enough serial killer/psychopath thriller, written well for a debut author, but unfortunately for me it did not live up to the hype of all the rave reviews I've read about. I wasn't scared at all and in no way did this compare to 'Silence of the Lambs' and I've read all the books in that series and was definitely spooked out with them. The premise of the story was fine and it had a really original concept to the plot line, it was just for me there was too muc [...]

    5. every once in a while a book comes along that takes your breath away & send chills to your every being, Rattle by Fiona Cummins is that book it creeped me out The bone collector was the creepiest character I've read about his presence chilled me to my inner core.If you like creepy novels that takes one into the inner sanctum of a deranged serial killer this is for you BUT if you have a problem with beetles & deformed bones of children then DO NOT READ!!I wont give to much away, lets just [...]

    6. This books deserves a raw and rave review. After all the books that you can read sometimes one just sticks with you and this one definitely did for me. 5 big BEAUTIFUL STARS!!! :) :) What a fantastic debut novel by Fionna Cummins! Beautifully well written and engaging from start to finish! WHAT a ride my friends!! I didn't want this to end I was so sad. I NEED a sequel to this and want a series! Come on Fiona!!! What a new fresh and unique disturbing serial killer called the Bone Collector. Shoo [...]

    7. This is a seriously creepy, incredibly well written debut novel. Detective Sergeant Etta Fitzroy is still haunted by the disappearance of a little girl, named Grace, when another child goes missing. Clara Foyle is abducted outside her school playground and, before long, her face is everywhere, while her parents struggle to cope with the guilt and loss. One of those interested in the news story is young Jakey Frith; a child who suffers from a rare condition called Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progre [...]

    8. This started out well but it pretty quickly became clear that there's nothing new here. The writing is ok, the plot interesting enough, but by the last third I wanted to skim whole pages and only read it all because it was a review copy. One of the main Detectives, Etta, becomes increasingly irrational and I was more annoyed by this than I should have been because, again, she seemed to be intelligent and capable at the beginning.All in all, just an average read.Thanks to Macmillan and Netgalley [...]

    9. This book deserves a rave review. Out of hundreds and hundreds of books read in the last two years sometimes a few come along that just really stick with you. These are the ones that you know you will remember in great detail and have impacted you on a deep level as a reader. Rattle is one such book. For a debut novel this book is exceptionally well-written, it flows beautifully, you don't stumble and stand on the words as you read, you grab on and the story takes you on it's journey and you hol [...]

    10. All my reviews can be found at thebookreviewcafeIf you only read one book next year here’s a piece of advice, make sure it’s Rattle by Fiona Cummins, I’m sure this book is going to be Huge in 2017. When ever I pick up a new book by an unknown author (to me) I always have a few reservations, will I like their style of writing, characters and plot? But any qualms I had disappeared after reading the first chapter of this highly engaging novel. This is the authors debut novel, but it certainly [...]

    11. Rattle is one scary, creepy extremely well written novel by debut author Fiona Cummins.The Bone Collector is a serial killer who likes to collect skeletons of victims with rare form of bone disorders for his display museum. He kidnaps 5-year-old Clara Foyle who has cleft hand from her nursery school. The parents are torn apart and then the Bone Collector sets his eyes on Jackey who has Stone Man Syndrome that causes a second skeleton to be formed. While Jackey and his family are in danger Detect [...]

    12. *DNF* - I really wanted to like this book and read more than half of it but I just couldn't relate to any of the characters and wasn't captivated by the story. I guess it just wasn't my cup of tea :(

    13. Now I'm a bit of a wimp when it comes to horror! I physically can't watch horror films and I can't read horror books either, mainly as it would be rather difficult to read with a huge cushion in front of my eyes. They tend to get into my head and transfer to my nightmares way too easily for me! Concerned that I was only missing out Rattle due to my nervous disposition, I became determined to "man up" and give it a go. I was rather worried though about comparisons to Silence of the Lambs, a book [...]

    14. Read my review here: bookbumzuky.wordpress/201This novel has been seriously surrounded with hype these past few weeks so I was really eager to get into it, unfortunately, I do not seem to love it as much as others have. I didn’t find it that creepy and I couldn’t really connect with the characters, especially Etta Fitzroy.This wasn’t a bad novel, it was just mediocre. From the hype surrounding it, I thought this was going to be shocking, exciting and scary all at the same time but it wasn [...]

    15. If I could give this more than 5 stars, I would. I find it astonishing that this is a debut novel. What a spine chillingly creepy book!A serial killer to chill your bones A psychopath more frightening than Hannibal Lecter. He has planned well. He leads two lives. In one he's just like anyone else. But in the other he is the caretaker of his family's macabre museum. Now the time has come to add to his collection. He is ready to feed his obsession, and he is on the hunt. Jakey Frith and Clara Foyl [...]

    16. The publishers are saying "A psychopath more frightening than Hannibal Lecter" so I started reading with very high expectations. Almost immediately I was drawn into the rather sick and depraved mind of The Bone Collector and believe me when I say it's not a pleasant place to be! This book has it all, a policewoman with a troubled past, a really disturbed serial killer who preys on children and the shattered families left distraught by his actions. Rattle is a gripping and terrifying debut novel. [...]

    17. I started this book with an open mind, aware that writers often get medical conditions and disabilities off, but Fiona is one who without a doubt had no business handling a genetic condition like mine: Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva.I suffer from FOP, along with my identical twin sister, so I know what I'm talking about.Her first mistake was referring to it as the highly offensive, and inaccurate, ‘Stone Man Syndrome’.That aside, despite her acknowledgements page referencing fine reso [...]

    18. Rattle is terrifying! Pan Macmillan took a huge risk when they included the line "A psychopath more sinister than Hannibal Lecter" on the marketing material for this book. The Silence of the Lambs is the ONLY book that has ever given me nightmares, I was dubious if any character could be more sinister than Lecter. Oh my goodness, there is now! Fiona Cummins has created an incredible character, the Bone Collector is evil to the core. Put him up against Hannibal Lecter and I really think he'd win [...]

    19. Oh my freaking God, dit was echt 400 pagina's puur genieten <3.Toen ik het plot een tijdje terug op internet las, klonk het in mijn oren meteen al als een "Yv-boek". Toen ik 'm voor een leuk prijsje tegenkwam bij Boekenkraam, twijfelde ik dan ook geen moment en klikte op bestellen. Toch heeft het nog even geduurd voordat ik eraan begon. Ben de laatste tijd behoorlijk teleurgesteld in boeken die volgens de media helemaal hot and happening waren en ergens was ik bang dat dit boek me ook zou tel [...]

    20. I had Rattle on my TBR shelves for a few weeks, so I decided to make it my last read of 2016 and what an excellent book to finish with.If you’re looking for a book that will grab you immediately and not let you go until the final pages, then definitely add Rattle to your lists. Packed full of twists and turns, it will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat. I couldn’t stop reading and one more chapter was never enough!Rattle is a thriller first and foremost, but there is also real dept [...]

    21. I've gotten a third of the way through and unfortunately this one is going to to be a DNF for me. I'm just not engaging with it and losing interest with each passing page. Best I leave it there.

    22. Upon finishing this book, I thought, ‘huh, what an odd lil’ creepy book about bone collection.’ I’m left with mixed feelings. When you’ve read only fab reviews for a book and are desperate to read it, it always run the risk of falling below your exceeding high expectations, and sadly that was the case here. I did like the story, a serial killer kidnapping children to display their bones in his museum; the bones are unique and rare and this killer wants them for his collection. Detectiv [...]

    23. There is a distinctive, malevolent streak in Rattle that is not to be missed. It’s the kind of book that cackles with delight as it confidently struts passed the realm of crime thriller and into a territory where only the darkest mind can thrive, ominously gathering pace with the rustle of every page turn.Still haunted by the unsolved mystery of what became of little Grace Rodriguez over a year ago, the daunting task of detecting falls with a thud onto Detective Sargent Etta Fitzroy.As her per [...]

    24. All my reviews can be read at: thebuzzingbookmarkWhen I first read this book's blurb I just knew that I had to get my hands on a copy. I mean really, with a line that reads "a psychopath more frightening than Hannibal Lecter", who wouldn't be drawn to this book. And as most of you know, I'm a sucker for serial killers, psychopaths, mentally messed up individuals and twisted stories. I'm happy to report that this one ticked all the boxes for me.This is a story that reads easily and although it's [...]

    25. Honestly you need to buy this book now, NOW! Seriously what a book - it is amazing.It's hard to believe that this is Fiona Cummins' debut novel; she writes with such an assured and developed voice which from the opening sentence drew me in and kept me writhing in her hand throughout. There was none of that working myself into it, the clarity of the characters meant that they were there as fully formed images at the onset of the story. And I know I use the cliché of being on the edge of my seat [...]

    26. Rattle by Fiona Cummins is a mystery and thriller and general fiction (adult) read. A serial killer to chill your bones A psychopath more frightening than Hannibal Lecter. He has planned well. He leads two lives. In one he's just like anyone else. But in the other he is the caretaker of his family's macabre museum. Now the time has come to add to his collection. He is ready to feed his obsession, and he is on the hunt. Jakey Frith and Clara Foyle have something in common. They have what he needs [...]

    27. I’m never going to say no to a serial killer thriller. When I heard about Rattle by debut author Fiona Cummins, I was desperate to read it. Rattle is creepy and unnerving. It totally gripped me with its unique and fascinating subject matter, involving a chronic bone illness ‘Stone Man Syndrome’.The Bone Collector is the star of the show. I’m sorry to say that the comparisons to Hannibal Lector do not hold up. This is not a terrifying horror story, of epic proportions. You are not going t [...]

    28. This book was so good!While this was definitely not horror and The Bone Collector has nothing on Hannibal Lecter, it was a really suspenseful thriller.The story centres around a serial killer, The Bone Collector, who has abducted a little girl with cleft hands. This leads to a cat-and-mouse game between The Collector, Etta Fitzroy (the detective on the case) and Erdman Frith, the father of a boy with Stone Man disease.This book kept me wanting more. I just couldn't put it down (but since I buddy [...]

    29. …A serial killer to chill your bones - A psychopath more frightening than Hannibal Lecter .He has planned well. - He leads two lives. In one he's just like anyone else……I’m still wondering if I read the wrong book. I read that little blurb somewhere and said “oh yeah, this book’s for me”. Well, my bones are not chilled and I was not frightened- as much as I wanted to be.Maybe it’s just me and I’ve overdosed on “mystery/chiller/thriller/suspense etc books. While this book had [...]

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