Harlan Coben’ Six Years Later

It has been a while since I did not publish an article on my blog. But because I’m busy during my off-days doing some courses in photography while resuming my work as a flight attendant, and by fear that my blog would go on moribund state, I thought it is time to get some refresh.

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A trip to France last week. Well, I just spent just a day due my super busy schedule, I picked up a book at the Relay called Six Years Later, written by the master of suspense Harlan Coben.

Again, Coben, a renowned writer for Myrion Bolytar novelsĀ  of thriller bring us another story of love and nightmare. I won’t go through spoiler, but I will provide a short summery of the story :

Jake Fisher moves heaven and earth to find out what happens to his one true love. The story starts with Jake’s love Natalie marrying another man named Todd Sanderson. Right at the end of the wedding ceremony Natalie finds Jake and makes him promise that he will leave them alone forever. For six years Jake was able to keep his promise until by chance he saw the obituary for Natalie’s husband on his laptop while talking counseling students at the college he taught at. After a lot of deliberation, Jake decides to attend the funeral and hopefully have a chance to see Natalie again. However, he is in for the shock of his life, the widow who attends the funeral is not Natalie. When he begins to ask questions, everyone denies Natalie’s existence, including the priest who married them.

Just like the french adaptation of Tell No One, released in 2006, a movie based on the novel Six Years is on the way, starring Huge Jackman.

Sofiane MEROUANI