Call Me Evie

Call Me Evie

In this propulsive, twist-filled, and haunting psychological suspense debut perfect for fans of Sharp Objects and Room, a seventeen-year-old girl struggles to remember the role she played on the night her life changed forever. For the past two weeks, seventeen-year-old Kate Bennet has lived against her will in an isolated cabin in a remote beach town--brought there by a mys In this propulsive, twist-filled, and haunting psychological suspense debut perfect for fans of Sharp Objects and Roo...

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ISBN:Melbourne, Victoria (Australia)

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Call Me Evie Reviews

  • Jamie
    Dec 21, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

    2.5/5 Hmm this was a weird read for me, not sure how I feel so I?ll just sort of think out loud with my review and try to process my thoughts and feelings about this with you guys! This is told in two timelines, before and after and nothing is very clear throughout, especially ...

    I was lucky enough to nab an early copy of Call Me Evie and here is my review... This book was like an itch. The type of itch someone trying to quit smoking has. When I wasn't reading (see: times when I was sleeping or at work) then I was thinking about it. Now that it's finished I ...

    There is a stranger inside everyone, an animal that doesn't think but responds only to its instincts and impulses. Some people will let the stranger take over once, possibly twice in their lives. It's only afterwards, when your body has cooled down and your mind has returned, that you...

    This book is destined to be hyped up because, among other things, it is actually quite good and fits snuggly into the current 'it' genre of 'domestic-thriller page-turner.' Fortunately I got to an early copy before my expectations were inflated. There are no 'the next Gone Girl' tag-li...

    *Review to come. ...

    Evie wakes from a drug-induced state and finds herself in a remote beach town in New Zealand with her uncle Jim. She is certain of only two things: her name is not Evie and Jim is not her uncle. How good is that hook! It reeled me in completely and I stress read this simply HAVING TO K...

    A kidnapper thriller with an interesting spin - the days leading up to Kate (now called Evie) being kidnapped - as well as her time with her captor - learning how she came to be in his captivity. And what is he lording over her that has her just so frightened? There are a lot of factor...

  • Susanne  Strong
    Feb 02, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

  • Michael
    Feb 14, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

  • Darinda
    Feb 27, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

  • Robyn
    Feb 27, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

  • KC
    Oct 29, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

  • Meredith B.  (readingwithmere)
    Mar 07, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

  • Ludwig
    Dec 29, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

  • Jaclyn Crupi
    Dec 11, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

    2.5/5 Hmm this was a weird read for me, not sure how I feel so I?ll just sort of think out loud with my review and try to process my thoughts and feelings about this with you guys! This is told in two timelines, before and after and nothing is very clear throughout, especially ...

    I was lucky enough to nab an early copy of Call Me Evie and here is my review... This book was like an itch. The type of itch someone trying to quit smoking has. When I wasn't reading (see: times when I was sleeping or at work) then I was thinking about it. Now that it's finished I ...

    There is a stranger inside everyone, an animal that doesn't think but responds only to its instincts and impulses. Some people will let the stranger take over once, possibly twice in their lives. It's only afterwards, when your body has cooled down and your mind has returned, that you...

    This book is destined to be hyped up because, among other things, it is actually quite good and fits snuggly into the current 'it' genre of 'domestic-thriller page-turner.' Fortunately I got to an early copy before my expectations were inflated. There are no 'the next Gone Girl' tag-li...

    *Review to come. ...

    Evie wakes from a drug-induced state and finds herself in a remote beach town in New Zealand with her uncle Jim. She is certain of only two things: her name is not Evie and Jim is not her uncle. How good is that hook! It reeled me in completely and I stress read this simply HAVING TO K...

  • Kaceey
    Feb 07, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

  • Amy
    Mar 05, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

    2.5/5 Hmm this was a weird read for me, not sure how I feel so I?ll just sort of think out loud with my review and try to process my thoughts and feelings about this with you guys! This is told in two timelines, before and after and nothing is very clear throughout, especially ...

  • Tiffany Plummer
    Jun 27, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

  • Deanna
    Mar 06, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

  • Amanda - Mrs B's Book Reviews
    Dec 31, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

    2.5/5 Hmm this was a weird read for me, not sure how I feel so I?ll just sort of think out loud with my review and try to process my thoughts and feelings about this with you guys! This is told in two timelines, before and after and nothing is very clear throughout, especially ...

    I was lucky enough to nab an early copy of Call Me Evie and here is my review... This book was like an itch. The type of itch someone trying to quit smoking has. When I wasn't reading (see: times when I was sleeping or at work) then I was thinking about it. Now that it's finished I ...

    There is a stranger inside everyone, an animal that doesn't think but responds only to its instincts and impulses. Some people will let the stranger take over once, possibly twice in their lives. It's only afterwards, when your body has cooled down and your mind has returned, that you...

    This book is destined to be hyped up because, among other things, it is actually quite good and fits snuggly into the current 'it' genre of 'domestic-thriller page-turner.' Fortunately I got to an early copy before my expectations were inflated. There are no 'the next Gone Girl' tag-li...

    *Review to come. ...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Mar 11, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

  • Ellen Gail
    Oct 29, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

  • Brooke - One Woman's Brief Book Reviews
    Mar 13, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

  • Mandy White
    Feb 11, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

  • Carrie
    Jan 14, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

  • Sumit RK
    Mar 11, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

  • Paromjit
    Feb 22, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

  • Evie Braithwaite
    Dec 24, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

  • marilyn
    Mar 07, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

  • Michelle
    Feb 18, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

  • Frank Phillips
    Mar 18, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

  • Lia  (a paper pigeon)
    Feb 03, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

    2.5/5 Hmm this was a weird read for me, not sure how I feel so I?ll just sort of think out loud with my review and try to process my thoughts and feelings about this with you guys! This is told in two timelines, before and after and nothing is very clear throughout, especially ...

    I was lucky enough to nab an early copy of Call Me Evie and here is my review... This book was like an itch. The type of itch someone trying to quit smoking has. When I wasn't reading (see: times when I was sleeping or at work) then I was thinking about it. Now that it's finished I ...

    There is a stranger inside everyone, an animal that doesn't think but responds only to its instincts and impulses. Some people will let the stranger take over once, possibly twice in their lives. It's only afterwards, when your body has cooled down and your mind has returned, that you...

  • Dennis
    Feb 10, 2019

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

  • Robert Lukins
    Aug 14, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

    2.5/5 Hmm this was a weird read for me, not sure how I feel so I?ll just sort of think out loud with my review and try to process my thoughts and feelings about this with you guys! This is told in two timelines, before and after and nothing is very clear throughout, especially ...

    I was lucky enough to nab an early copy of Call Me Evie and here is my review... This book was like an itch. The type of itch someone trying to quit smoking has. When I wasn't reading (see: times when I was sleeping or at work) then I was thinking about it. Now that it's finished I ...

    There is a stranger inside everyone, an animal that doesn't think but responds only to its instincts and impulses. Some people will let the stranger take over once, possibly twice in their lives. It's only afterwards, when your body has cooled down and your mind has returned, that you...

    This book is destined to be hyped up because, among other things, it is actually quite good and fits snuggly into the current 'it' genre of 'domestic-thriller page-turner.' Fortunately I got to an early copy before my expectations were inflated. There are no 'the next Gone Girl' tag-li...

    *Review to come. ...

    Evie wakes from a drug-induced state and finds herself in a remote beach town in New Zealand with her uncle Jim. She is certain of only two things: her name is not Evie and Jim is not her uncle. How good is that hook! It reeled me in completely and I stress read this simply HAVING TO K...

    A kidnapper thriller with an interesting spin - the days leading up to Kate (now called Evie) being kidnapped - as well as her time with her captor - learning how she came to be in his captivity. And what is he lording over her that has her just so frightened? There are a lot of factor...

    Super sharp and super smart. This is going to be big. ...

  • David Linwood
    Jul 24, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

    2.5/5 Hmm this was a weird read for me, not sure how I feel so I?ll just sort of think out loud with my review and try to process my thoughts and feelings about this with you guys! This is told in two timelines, before and after and nothing is very clear throughout, especially ...

    I was lucky enough to nab an early copy of Call Me Evie and here is my review... This book was like an itch. The type of itch someone trying to quit smoking has. When I wasn't reading (see: times when I was sleeping or at work) then I was thinking about it. Now that it's finished I ...

    There is a stranger inside everyone, an animal that doesn't think but responds only to its instincts and impulses. Some people will let the stranger take over once, possibly twice in their lives. It's only afterwards, when your body has cooled down and your mind has returned, that you...

    This book is destined to be hyped up because, among other things, it is actually quite good and fits snuggly into the current 'it' genre of 'domestic-thriller page-turner.' Fortunately I got to an early copy before my expectations were inflated. There are no 'the next Gone Girl' tag-li...

  • Book Bandit
    Aug 12, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... ?Doubting what you see is a very odd experience. And doubting what you remember is also a pretty odd experience, because some memories come with a very compelling sense of truth about them, and that happen...

    ?Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake?? ? Justin Alcala Reading Call Me Evie is like watching a magic trick. While you are focused on magician?s moves, the real trick has alr...

    4.5* Oh my gosh! This book was fabulous! It will keep you on the hook, guessing all the way to the very last page! Kate is seventeen years old who currently finds herself on the run with Jim. He?s hiding her in a small community in New Zealand! He says it?s for her own protecti...

    4 Stars One Crazy Thriller When ?Evie? wakes up groggy, she realizes that she has been kidnapped and is being held captive in New Zealand by a man named Jim. She was once known as Kate and she lived in Melbourne. Jim swears he took her to protect her - from herself and from ...

    JP Pomare debut is a chillingly oppressive psychological thriller that is incredibly well constructed and so well written. In a remote and isolated cabin in the coastal town of Maketu in New Zealand, 17 year old Aussie Kate Bennet is Evie. The novel opens with her hair being chopped of...

    This was such a page turner!!! Kate Bennett is your average Australian teenager until she finds herself held captive in New Zealand with a man named, Jim, and Jim says that she is to go by the name Evie from now on and that it's for her own protection. He claims that she did someth...

    4.5 stars rounded up! Like I said, the skin remembers, the fingertips remember. The gritty bite of the brick. The crack of the bone. The memory is like something physical, a scab I can worry, something I can make bleed again. Kate, aka Evie, is a seventeen year old girl and she...

    I was intrigued by the story of Evie, who couldn't remember her past and was in the custody of "Uncle Jim", a person who told her that he was protecting her from those who wanted to get her for the bad thing that she had done. Jim and Evie are holed up in a small town by the beach, Jim...

    Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare is a psychological thriller that starts with a slow building story only to pick up the pace as the twists and turns begin. The story is told from the point of view of a young girl who is being held as she struggles to remember the past. Seventeen year o...

    What I know about the human skull, I learned because of him. 4.5 stars. I DEFINITELY have some opinions on this, most of which are positive. I have an enormous amount of thoughts and feelings. The unreliable narrator has been queen in the mystery/thriller genre for quite a ...

    I have heard so much about Call Me Evie by JP Pomare and going into I had reservations that it would live up to the hype. I needn't have though as this book is everything you have heard and so much more. Still reeling over this story that I finished earlier today. Can't believe that th...

    When 17 yr old Kate awakes confused and groggy in a New Zealand cabin with a man named Jim, she wonders how she got there. He concocts a story claiming that he is her "uncle" and her name is "Evie" and they are on holiday, but the truth is just out of reach, an itch she can't quite scr...

    Multiple narratives are nothing new but in the world of thriller reads have become the norm in recent years. This can lead to either scatterbrain storylines that confound and confuse or on rare occasions can make for gripping reads as you are presented with an unreliable narrator and t...

    Call Me Evie is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers of the last couple of years ? I devoured it, the sense of place is stunning, the whole thing descriptively beautiful and the central story utterly compelling. It sounds like a tale you?ve read before and it doe...

    4 stars! I've been holding off reading Call Me Evie for the longest time ever, but I just kept seeing it's beautiful cover staring back at me. Every morning when I'm leaving the house, I keep seeing the striking cover's eyes peeking at me; questioning why it wants me to call her...

    Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he's trying to help her, but she's not sure she can really trust him. Told with alternating t...

    Taut, tight psychological thriller that will have you second guessing all the way through. Strongly recommend from a promising young writer. ...

    Okay, so you know when you have a book and it's compulsively readable and you just never want to put it down, but at the same time savor it and make it last as long as possible? That's exactly how this book was!! This book caught my attention almost immediately, the first paragraph in ...

    In CALL ME EVIE, we're instantly plunged into a realm of domestic suspense. You read page One, and you go, 'Oh God, I can't let go of this book. I need to know what's going on!' It pulls you in immediately. But you can progressively begin to acknowledge that you're on the brink of seei...

    I'll be honest and say what initially drew me to this book was the fact that my name is in the title. However, I wasn't disappointed. Call Me Evie was a quick psychological thriller which kept me hooked from start to finish. This haunting suspense story begins with seventeen-year-o...

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com *www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr Call Me Evie by J. P. Pomare. (2018). Evie is being held captive in an isolated town in New Zealand by Jim. Jim says he is protecting Evie from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Evie is trying to pu...

    Kate Bennet is only seventeen years old when she finds herself held captive by a man named Jim. He swears he is only trying to protect her from herself, but Kate does not believe him. All Kate wants is to go back home to Melbourne. Jim tells Kate her new name is Evie and no one can eve...

    2.5/5 Hmm this was a weird read for me, not sure how I feel so I?ll just sort of think out loud with my review and try to process my thoughts and feelings about this with you guys! This is told in two timelines, before and after and nothing is very clear throughout, especially ...

    I was lucky enough to nab an early copy of Call Me Evie and here is my review... This book was like an itch. The type of itch someone trying to quit smoking has. When I wasn't reading (see: times when I was sleeping or at work) then I was thinking about it. Now that it's finished I ...