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The One author John Marrs Free read Î 6 ☆ ✺ [BOOKS] ✮ The One By John Marrs ❄ – Soon to be a major Netflix Original series and perfect for fans of Caroline Kepnes s You HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO TO FIND THE ONEA no 1 EBook bestseller and featured on Simon Mayo s Radio 2 book club Perf Soon to be a majPerfect partner the one you re genetically made forA decade after scientists discover everyone has a gene they share with just one other person millions have taken the test desperate to find true love Now five people meet their Match But even soul mates have secrets And some are shocking and deadlier than others Wit. Just imagine if you could take a simple DNA test and possibly be matched with your soul mate with a 9999% accuracy It is really easy to imagine something like this happening in the near future But it throws up so many uestions What if you were married and not to your soul mate What if you sent in your swab and don t get matched because your soul mate hasn t yet registered What if you believe you are heterosexual and get matched with someone of the same sex Is this a case of beware what you wish for The book follows five couples who are matched but this is definitely not a love story And one of the couples is a serial killer and a policewoman At first I found it hard to get my head round all the different characters but once I did I thought it was brilliantly original Just when you thought you knew where each of the stories was going John Marrs dropped a bombshell at the end of the chapter And the twists never stoppedI read recently that this book is being made into a Netflix series and I think it will transfer well to the small screenWell done Mr Marrs You are fast becoming one of my favourite authors

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H overreviews this is what real readers are saying about this addictive page turning thriller I just couldn t stop reading Brilliant twists that I didn t see coming One of the most gripping stories I ve read for a long while I was hooked and didn t want it to endNote Previously published as A Thousand Small Explosion. Just don t bother It s so far fetched and poorly written that it s ridiculous Hated it

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The One author John MarSoon to be a major Netflix Original series and perfect for fans of Caroline Kepnes s You HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO TO FIND THE ONEA no EBook bestseller and featured on Simon Mayo s Radio book club Perfect for fans of TM Logan s Lies and CL Taylor s The FearOne simple mouth swab is all it takes A uick DNA test to find your. I bought this book due to the extremely high ratings but was definitely disappointed At a push I d perhaps give this 35 stars but certainly not 5 or even 4 There were some interesting ideas in the book and some of them were explored to a certain extent One moment in particular stands out as truly excellent which I won t spoil for those who want to read this and I certainly did enjoy parts and found myself wanting to read However other parts I found boring and were a bit of a slog to get through some characters dry and simply annoying It reminded me a little of the last jedi star wars film where you can see the writer has tried to subvert the audience expectation but as in that film the book does so poorly and in the end I felt it fell flat The book toys with the idea of soulmates both being true and relevant and then at the same time both needless and pointless The book attempts to bolster the hollywood perception of fireworks going off when you meet the person you are supposed to be with the rest of your life and then at the same time shows that this can be a false feeling that peters into nothing but doing neither in a very definitive way that left me with a sense or annoying ambiguity at the end Whereas some films books have vague endings that leave the reader thinking about what could or should be or thinking about the themes over a few days the ambiguous ending to the characters felt disingenious to some of them and just simply unsatisfying It s like the writer wanted you to buy into something completely and then shatter the readers perception by declaring it false but instead of doing this leaves you with this sort of murky 50 50