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The Thriller is a broad genre which often overlaps with other genres. They are often defined by the mood the elicit, providing heightened feelings of anticipation, suspense, suprise and anxiety along with a general feeling of excitment.

Thrillers will try and keep the reader on the "edge of their seat", literary devices such as cliff-hangers, plot twists and red herrings are commonly used with the story generally building to a big climax.

Books Reviewed

  • The Silenced by Stephen Lloyd Jones
  • The Bad Neighbour by David Tallerman
  • Our Child of the Stars by Stephen Cox
  • Police at the Station and They Don't Look Friendly by Adrian McKinty
  • The Passengers by John Marrs
  • From Divergent Suns by Sam Peters
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- ldous Huxley

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