Book Review: All For You by Louise Jensen


Set to be published on 20th January 2022, All For You by Louise Jensen follows the Walsh family. The mother, Lucy, is falling to pieces. The father, Aidan, is in too deep. The son, Connor, can never tell the truth. Everyone in this family has something to hide, but what are they trying to protect, and at what cost?


Thank you to NetGalley for a free advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Looking for a book that will keep you up until the early hours of the morning, unable to stop reading and desperate to find out what’s going on? I’ve been desperate for a book to grip me so uncontrollably, and that’s exactly what you get with All For You.

The story starts with a tense prologue that sees Lucy and Aidan’s son, Connor, go missing, and then skips back ten days to explain how everything built up to this moment. Straight away, your intrigue is grabbed. What happened to these characters? What are they hiding? And why do they all seem so guilty?

All For You is an immensely entertaining, shockingly clever, and brilliantly developed thriller that I absolutely could not put down. I’ve called books “twisty” before but they have nothing on this. As every character feels at blame, each has a secret that they are trying to protect, and they all go in a different direction in an attempt to save their family from the truth, there is so much going on at the end that you have absolutely no hope of predicting how this story will conclude.

It was such an exhilarating journey at the end and I had so much fun being constantly shocked by the various revelations. I have been waiting far too long for a book to have that effect on me so I will definitely be checking out more of Louise Jensen’s books after this.


All For You by Louise Jensen
Release Date: 20th January 2021
Print Length: 384 pages
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Publisher: HQ

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