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10 thoughts on “Flowers for the Dead

  1. Dita Dita says:

    Poor Adam he just doesn't understand why his relationships with girls who don't know they are in a relationship with him keep going so terribly wrong One day he will meet someone he doesn't have to kill Right?One day he will get over all the stuff his mom did to him Right?Trigger warnings Yes like every single one of themI would never give this book a bad rating because after reading it I am a teensy weensy bit super afraid of Barbara Copperthwaite But it earned every starGirlwhat goes on in your head is justwhooshit must be something to be in thereThank you to the always fantastic Felicia for recommending this nutso book I loved it


  2. Felicia Felicia says:

    The sad fact is his track record with women is very bad so far They tend to hurt him and let him down badly No matter what lovely things he does for them they seem unappreciative Often they showed a bewildering inability to be happy When that happens he is always forced to act to put his own needs aside and to put the woman out of her miserySighhhhhhhh How friggin sweet is that? Move over Kellan Kyle I think Adam Bourne is my new book boyfriend swoonAnd boy does he need a check up from the neck upThe abuse he suffered as a child involves a topic I've yet to ever read in a book and it makes for a disturbing read I mean damn it's fucked the fuck upI liked this book didn't love it It dragged on for too long too many repetitive actions for my liking That being said I'd pick up another book by this author If this book is any indication she could use a check up herself 35 Stars rounded up ⭐ this book is available on Kindle Unlimited Free is affordable amiright?


  3. Angela Marsons Angela Marsons says:

    Absolutely loved this book I found myself both frightened of and sympathetic to Adam at the same time His pursuit of Laura was relentless but given his past his mental state was uite understandable although I'm not sure Laura would agree The tension built throughout towards the breathtaking and emotional climax Highly recommended


  4. Tracy Fenton Tracy Fenton says:

    Flowers for the Dead is a cracking read with some brilliant characters and a great storyline However I now have a major problem because I actually really liked Adam the serial killer and felt sorry for him so now I think there might be something wrong with me Highly recommended for lovers of sick and twisted serial killers ‪#‎teamAdam‬


  5. Gary Gary says:

    Another new author to me but an excellent readIn many ways Adam is the ideal boyfriend Attentive aware of all Laura's likes and dislikes buys her flowers cooks cleans but Laura has never met Adam Laura is in a bad place in life generally and has never gotten over the car crash that killed her family So is further disturbed when strange occurrences happen leaving her feeling vulnerable The police won't listen to Laura's concerns so she is forced to fight back on her own This is uite a disturbing novel in someways but an interesting read Adam Bourne is a serial killer who murders women and cuts off their lips The story is told by going back and forwards to incidents in Adams life and things become clearer to why he is the way he is A creepy novel that is probably not best read when aloneI would like to thank both Netgalley and Bookouture for supplying a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review


  6. Helga Helga says:

    35 “Some people are just born twisted and some people are made that way”Adam is a perfect gentleman All he has ever wanted is to find his true love to make her happy to take care of her and tend to her every need He longs to find someone he can really be withTherefore he is looking for damsels in distress They are so unhappy and that is why he chooses them They need someone to look after them He just wants to make them happyNo matter what it takesBecause sometimes bad things happen even when you have the best of intentionsThey say if you love someone set them free That is what Adam does Her body has been laid out eyes closed with her arms across her chest She looks so at peace She should be because she is dead A bunch of daffodils are placed on her and around her body Her face is bloody Her lips are goneShe is not the first victim and she is not going to be the lastThanks to the author Bookouture and the NetGalley for providing me with a copy


  7. Pat Pat says:

    Oh dear I'm doing the lone voice thing again I did not like this book At all How cliched is a killer who does what he does because his mummy abused him Oh but he's such a sensitive soul Crap he's a delusional sociopath who thinks his victims should be grateful because he sneaks into their homes and does all this nice stuff for them and then wonders why they freak out when a strange man the weirdo stalker appears in their homes instead of saying oh finally you're here my love thank you for all this stuffApart from the silly premise I found it slow and boring And the ending was sooo predictable Can we please have imaginative thrillers instead of revisiting these tired old stereotypes Look I can enjoy a story about a serial killer targeting women although that's getting a bit old too right now but don't dress him up as some poor misunderstood sensitive guy who just needs a break Can't get a girlfriend? I know I'll stalk someone and they'll fall in love with me Yeah right Anyway don't take my word for it heaps of people really liked this book so you should make up your own mind


  8. Louise Wilson Louise Wilson says:

    45 stars rounded up to 5All Adam Bourne wants to do is to find love and he is prepared to do anything to find it He has endured a childhood of abuse from his mother The only person who showed him love was his grandma She taught him all about flowers and read fairytales to him We follow Adam as he searches for unhappy women all he wants to do is make them happy The story is told in the past and present day format Each chapter is named after a flower and its meaning This is a disturbing but cleverly crafted story I actually felt sorry for Adam and the way he had been treated whilst growing up There are some great characters in this creepy read The symbolic connection with the flowers was cleverly done Its told from the perpetrators Adam perspective which is uite unusual Getting into the mind of a serial killer was fascinating I was on tender hooks all the way through this tense psychological thriller I would like to thank #NetGalley #Bookouture and the author #BarbaraCopperthwaite for my ARC in exchange for an honest review


  9. Sarah Sarah says:

    Flowers For The Dead is the first book I have read by this author and after reading this one it certainly will not be the lastAdam Bourne is a serial killer like no other that I have read about He really is one very sick and twisted individual Not only does he kill unsuspecting women he also stalks them watching their every movementLaura Weir is still trying to come to terms with the loss of her family after a crash which Laura was the only survivor Laura starts to notice little things at first going on in her flat and she soon starts to fear that she is losing her mind but what is actually happening is far worse than she can imagine Even the police think she is crazy when she reports all the odd incidentsWhen the strange things started to happen in Laura's flat I could feel through the authors writing the emotion that Laura was going through of disbelief shock and over all the awful feeling of being scared then terror It really gives you an insight into how a victim must feel through being terrorised by a crazed stalkerThe story flicks between present day and parts of Adams past ranging from him being a child to as he gets older and to certain events Even though there are some incidents that happen in his past I still can not get my head past just how disturbed Adam is I have to say the relationship between Adam and his grandmother is very endearing and I really enjoyed reading of the time they spent togetherFlowers For The Dead is a very creepy and uite an intense read Towards the end the story really picks up pace and had me right on the edge of my seatMany thanks to the author for an Advanced Readers Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  10. Tracy Fenton Tracy Fenton says:

    Flowers for the Dead is a cracking read with some brilliant characters and a great storyline However I now have a major problem because I actually really liked Adam the serial killer and felt sorry for him so now I think there might be something wrong with me Highly recommended for lovers of sick and twisted serial killers #teamAdamWhen I heard that Flowers for the Dead is been republished by Bookouture and they were organising a blogtour I begged and pleaded the lovely team for a slot on the tour and even re read the book because I loved the book so much when I read it in 2016 however back then my reviews were “in my opinion” crapSo here is my 2020 review for Flowers for the DeadAdam Bourne is our narrator he is also a serial killer which gives the reader an uncomfortable view in the mind of this damaged young man All he wants is to be loved and love someone back He grew up believing in fairy tales and that gentlemen should also look after their ladies and it’s these beliefs that escalate Adam from a peeping tom into a full blown stalkerserial killerWhen I read this book back in 2016 it was the first time I had read a story told from the perspective of a serial killer and I actually felt sorry for him and also hoped he would find love and acceptance however now I’m that much older and wiser – I can safely say Adam Bourne is a sicko – a twisted depraved disturbing and very dangerous man whose mental health and troubled upbringing have contributed into creating this monsterAdam’s latest love interest is Laura Weir a young women who is still grieving for the loss of her entire family killed in a car crash 4 years previously Living alone and working in a dead end job she is going through the motions of life without actually living it Adam decides he will save her and sets about to become her ideal boyfriend sending her flowers cooking and cleaning her flat buying her presents and watching over her whilst she sleeps EXCEPT Laura doesn’t know Adam at all – she has no idea he is stalking her and is beginning to freak out about these strange occurrences which are leaving her confused and vulnerable Even the police won’t listen to her so she decides to take matters into her own handsIf you love sick twisted serial killer thrillers then you will love Flowers For The Dead This story does include some very uncomfortable subject matters which may upset readers including child abuse sexual child abuse and stalking which are integral to the story line but are very upsetting to read


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Flowers for the Dead ❮EPUB❯ ✺ Flowers for the Dead Author Barbara Copperthwaite – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk ADAM WILL DO ANYTHING TO MAKE LAURA HAPPY EVEN IF IT KILLS HER After a devastating car crash wipes out her family Laura struggles to get her life together Grieving she becomes forgetful She doesn't re ADAM WILL DO ANYTHING TO MAKE LAURA HAPPY EVEN IF IT KILLS HER After a devastating car crash wipes out her family Laura struggles to get her life together Grieving she becomes forgetful She doesn't remember how money got into her purse Flowers for PDF/EPUB or or buying that pint of milk Adam is the perfect boyfriend He cooks meals He does the housework He looks after Laura's every need He knows everything about her But Laura has never met Adam And she knows nothing about him What turned him into a monster who stalks his victims How did he become warped from a sensitive boy who adored the fairy tales his gran read to him And what is he trying to say with the bouuets he sends This dark gripping psychological thriller will have you holding your breath until the very last page.