Who’s Sorry Now? by Helene Fermont – Book review of a short story collection

Thank to Hélene Fermont and Sarah Hardy @BOTBSPublicity for a copy of this book in return for an honest review.



Who‘s Sorry Now? Is a collection of four crime and romance stories. 
It’s about love, betrayal and dreams. 
Do we really know the people we love?
Can love be rekindled?
Do dreams come true?
The truth always comes out in the end. 

My Thoughts

Who’s Sorry Now is a collection of 4 short stories covering a wide range of genres, including; love, betrayal, and murder!  I’m not really going to go into any detail about each story as it would give away surprises.

I always feel that writing a short story takes a huge amount of skill.  To write something short with a beginning, middle and end and to have enough ‘meat on the bones’ to keep the reader interested is a difficult task.  Hélen Fermont does this really well in this collection.  Each story takes between 5 and 10 minutes to read but are so complete that you feel as though you’ve read a novel. Perfect for short commutes or picking up if you only have a few minutes.

Written in a contemporary style, each individual story is a delight to read and very cleverly constructed.  I love the fact that despite the length, some stories still had a great twist or two in them which made for exciting reading and lots of lingering thoughts afterwards.

I am yet to read a full novel by this author but I am now planning on it very soon.

Author Bio – Hélen Fermont

Born into a bilingual family (Swedish/ English) Hélene Fermont enjoyed an idylic childhood on the outskirts of Malmö, Sweden’s third largest city and major cultural hub. Growing up in the 1970s she had a brief musical career on Swedish TV and radio. Hélene lived in London for over 20 years but has recently returned to Sweden. Hélene is a former teacher, a practising psychologist, and currently the author of three novels, all of which are psychological suspense with a nordic noir flavour. Her fourth novel is coming soon!



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