The Family Upstairs

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  • 464 pages
  • The Family Upstairs
  • Lisa Jewell
  • 17 May 2017
  • 1780899211

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The Family Upstairs You thought they were just staying for the weekend. They looked harmless enough – with only two suitcases and a cat in a wicker box. But soon things turn very, very dark. It happens slowly, yet so extraordinarily quickly. Now you and your sister must find a way to survive… New Download [ The Family Upstairs ] by [ Lisa Jewell ] – passionbusiness.co.uk

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11 thoughts on “The Family Upstairs

  1. Maureen says:

    Imagine inheriting an eight bedroom property in London s SW3 in the heart of Chelsea it s an area of multi million pound homes well let s face it, you d be over the moon to say the least This wonderful inheritance is Libby Jones 25th birthday present, but the house or mansion to be precise is pretty dilapidated, and it has a very sinister past too.Told from the points of view of Libby, Lucy, and Henry, in both the past and present, this compelling family drama begins with the previous o Imagine inheriting an eight bedroom property in London s SW3 in the heart of Chelsea it s an area of multi million pound homes well let s face it, you d be over the moon to say the least This wonderful inheritance is Libby Jones 25th birthday present, but the house or mansion to be precise is pretty dilapidated, and it has a very sinister past too.Told from the points of view of Libby, Lucy, and Henry, in both the past and present, this compelling family drama begins with the previous owners of the house The Lamb s are a wealthy couple with two children, Henry and Lucy After allowing a charismatic stranger named David and his family to move into their home, their lives will be turned completely upside down, because David isn t nearly as charming as he appea...

  2. Dita says:

    432 engrossing pages of pure psychopathic heaven and I read every one of them in the last 10 hours I have been walking around our house all day resenting anyone who needed me for anythingthis book is THAT good We re ordering pizza tonight Sorry, not sorry.Don t worry if, as you start this, you feel a little confused by the introduction of different characters and different time periods, it only feels like you don t know what s going on and it only lasts a little while because pretty soon 432 engrossing pages of pure psychopathic heaven and I read every one of them in the last 10 hours I have been walking around our house all day resenting anyone who needed me for anythingthis book is THAT good We re ordering pizza tonight Sorry, not sorry.Don t worry if, as you start this, you feel a little confused by the introduction of d...

  3. Paromjit says:

    Lisa Jewell ventures into horror infested psychological thriller territory in this disturbing and unsettling novel 25 years ago in Chelsea, London, the police enter 16 Cheyne Walk, the mansion of the wealthy Lambs, the home of the famous Martina, wife, model and mother, with her young children, Henry and Lucy What they discover is the dead, decomposing bodies of the Lamb parents, and that of another mystery man, with a note that suggests a cult suicide, but strangely they find a 10 month old b Lisa Jewell ventures into horror infested psychological thriller territory in this disturbing and unsettling novel 25 years ago in Chelsea, London, the police enter 16 Cheyne Walk, the mansion of the wealthy Lambs, the home of the famous Martina, wife, model and mother, with her young children, Henry and Lucy What they discover is the dead, decomposing bodies of the Lamb parents, and that of another mystery man, with a note that suggests a cult suicide, but strangely they find a 10 month old baby alive and well cared for, Serenity Lamb, who is later to be adopted There were rumours of other children residing at the place but no trace of them has ever been uncovered In the present, it is Libby Jones 25th birthday, her ordinary life of working in sales of designer kitchens, living under tight financial straits in her small flat, is to be rocked when out o...

  4. Kaceey says:

    Well, it looks as though I may be in the minority on this one Libby is shocked after being notified she s just inherited a massive house One that comes with a mysterious and tragic history Libby was found abandoned as a baby in this home Having been adopted, Libby has since blossomed into a 25 year old, well adjusted, content young lady Anxious to keep her life moving along on the timetable she s set for herself Well, Miss Libbythis new inheritance thing may just change up your original Well, it looks as though I may be in the minority on this one Libby is shocked after being notified she s just inherited a massive house One that comes with a mysterious and tragic history Libby was found abandoned as a baby in this home Having been adopted, Libby has since blossomed into a 25 year old, well adjusted, content young lady Anxious to keep her life moving along on the timetable she s set for herself Well, Miss Libbythis new inheritance thing may just change up your original life plan Maybe there s a great dealto discover here than just an old house.Told from several POV and timelines From the start I had difficulty keeping it all straight, never coming together as much as I hoped.I ve been reading all of Lisa Jewels books and always look forward to their release every year, but I have to say this might be my least favorite.But I m still a committed Lisa...

  5. Holly B says:

    3.5 STARS Lisa Jewell is one of my favorite authors I have read all of her thrillers and my expectations were so high for her newest possibly too high I love how she writes, builds tension, and weaves a story.Her books are so easy to read and fall into This one did seem a bit too long though and I was beginning to tire of the complex plot It focuses on a highly dysfunctional family and there are a lot of characters to sort out It took some time before I was able to make all the connect 3.5 STARS Lisa Jewell is one of my favorite authors I have read all of her thrillers and my expectations were so high for her newest possibly too high I love how she writes, builds tension, and weaves a story.Her books are so easy to read and fall into This one did seem a bit too long though and I was beginning to tire of the complex plot It focuses on a highly dysfunctional family and there are a lot of cha...

  6. Susanne Strong says:

    3 Stars.Creepy and Disturbing Par for the Course with Lisa Jewell, Right The Past Houseguests They are never pleasant Unless they are temporary For a family living in a mansion in Chelsea, a ringing of the doorbell signals a whole host of changes that influences their entire lives, forever Call it dark, eerie and downright strange.The Present On Libby Jones twenty fifth birthday, she inherits a house Not just any house, a mansion in Chelsea Though dilapidated and vacant, it is a tota 3 Stars.Creepy and Disturbing Par for the Course with Lisa Jewell, Right The Past Houseguests They are never pleasant Unless they are temporary For a family living in a mansion in Chelsea, a ringing of the doorbell signals a whole host of changes that influences their entire lives, forever Call it dark, eerie and downright strange.The Present On Libby Jones twenty fifth birthday, she inherits a house Not just any house, a mansion in Chelsea Though dilapidated and vacant, it is a total windfall for someone like Libby who has always lived paycheck to paycheck When she visits her new home she discovers something frightening and begins dig...

  7. Chelsea Humphrey says:

    Admit it, we are all living our best life when Lisa Jewell publishes a new book If you want to see the gorgeous US cover reveal author interview HERE

  8. James says:

    The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell was one of my favorites so far this year I ve read several of her other books, and for me, this one is the best yet I devoured the book in two chunks, one larger read in the afternoon and the other shortly before bed I couldn t fall asleep for at least an hour as my mind continued to process everything that had happened in the complicated and messy in a good way tale.There are 3 main voices in the novel Lucy, a runaway homeless mother of two Henry, the s The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell was one of my favorites so far this year I ve read several of her other books, and for me, this one is the best yet I devoured the book in two chunks, one larger read in the afternoon and the other shortly before bed I couldn t fall asleep for at least an hour as my mind continued to process everything that had happened in the complicated and messy in a good way tale.There are 3 main voices in the novel Lucy, a runaway homeless mother of two Henry, the son of a former rich couple who fell for a scam and Libby, a 25 year old girl who inherits a house from the biological parents who committed suicide nearly a year after she was born As the stories unravel, we begin to understand some of the connections between the three protagonists however, in true Jewell fashion, what you know is not quite what you know The lines are blurry, the connections are misleading, and the identities often ...

  9. Carolyn says:

    Eleven year old Henry Lamb and his younger sister live in a beautiful Chelsea mansion with their wealthy and glamorous parents His life is full of treats and outings and top private schools But one day his mother invites a young woman to stay for a few days and slowly things start to change until Henry s world is one he no longer recognises It will all end badly as the police discover when they break into the house to find three dead adults and a baby alone in her cot Older children were rum Eleven year old Henry Lamb and his younger sister live in a beautiful Chelsea mansion with their wealthy and glamorous parents His life is full of treats and outings and top private schools But one day his mother invites a young woman to stay for a few days and slowly things start to change until Henry s world is one he no longer recognises It will all end badly as the police discover when they break into the house to find three dead adults and a baby alone in her cot Older children were rumoured to have been in the house, but there is no sign of them and they were never found.This isdomestic noir than a thriller but makes for suspenseful and compelling reading The novel is told from two main points of view One of these is a young...

  10. Nicki says:

    The Family Upstairs is a mesmerising,enthralling domestic drama thriller about brother and sister Henry and Lucy Lamb and how swiftly their young lived descended into a living nightmare after two strangers moved into the opulent home in Chelsea that Henry and Lucy shared with their socialite mother and father A nightmare that culminated with the death of three people and the discovery of a abandoned ten month old baby in the almost empty shell of a once loving family home.It s also the story of The Family Upstairs is a mesmerising,enthralling domestic drama thriller about brother and sister Henry and Lucy Lamb and how swiftly their young lived descended into a living nightmare after two strangers moved into the opulent home in Chelsea that Henry and Lucy shared with their socialite mother and father A nightmare that culminated with the death of three people and the discovery of a abandoned ten month old baby in the almost empty shell of a once loving family home.It s also the story of Libby Jones and journalist Miller Roe s investigation into the people who lived at 16 Cheyne W...

  11. Gabby says:

    Oh gosh I truly don t understand the hype this book has already received I absolutely love Lisa Jewell, I consider her one of my favorite authors this was one of my most anticipated book releases of the year I feel like this book was just so uninteresting and definitely my least favorite book from her yet This might be a it s not the book it s me situation cause everyone else seems to be loving the hell out of this, but I felt so disappointed and bored by this book In typical Lisa Jewel f Oh gosh I truly don t understand the hype this book has already received I absolutely love Lisa Jewell, I consider her one of my favorite authors this was one of my most anticipated book releases of the year I feel like this book was just so uninteresting and definitely my least favorite book from her yet This might be a it s not the book it s me situation cause everyone else seems to be loving the hell out of this, but I felt so disappointed and bored by this book In typical Lisa Jewel fashion we follow a few different POV s in a few different time periods In her other books I absolutely loved that but in this one I found it so hard to keep track of who was who and what was going on I feel like there are way too many characters to remember in this book or maybe this is only because I read this book over a period of several days as opposed to one or two sittings like I usually would for a thriller I...