Look Both Ways
Just because that car sees you doesn’t mean it’s safe to cross…
‘Look Both Ways is devilishly good – exciting, thrilling – Barclay at his best!’ SHARI LAPENA, No. 1 internationally bestselling author
They think as one. They act as one. They kill as one.
The residents of Garrett Island are part of a visionary experiment. Their cars have been sent to the mainland and for one month, they’ve got self-driving vehicles called Arrivals. With just a voice command, an Arrival will take you where you want to go, and as the cars are all aware of each other, road accidents should be a thing of the past.
As the world’s press arrives for a glimpse of this driverless future, islander and single mom Sandra Montrose preps for the huge media event. She’s ready for this new world. Her husband died when he fell asleep at the wheel, and she’s relieved her two teens, Archie and Katie, may never need driver’s licenses.
But as the day gets underway, there are signs all is not well. A member of the press has vanished. There are rumours of industrial sabotage.
Before long, the sleek driverless cars are no longer taking orders. They’re starting to organize. They’re starting to hunt. And they’ve got the residents of Garrett Island in their sights.
From the international bestseller Linwood Barclay comes a breakneck new thriller.
PRAISE FOR LINWOOD BARCLAY:
‘Look Both Ways is devilishly good – exciting, thrilling – Barclay at his best!’ SHARI LAPENA
‘A superior thriller’ SUNDAY TIMES
‘The twists keep coming’ THE TIMES
‘Barclay is a terrific writer … I couldn’t put it down, and you won’t be able to either. If you enjoy thrillers, this is the real deal. It never lets up’ STEPHEN KING
‘Stunning’ JEFFERY DEAVER
‘A full-throttle powerhouse of a thriller – Linwood Barclay is in a class of his own’ T.M. LOGAN
‘Linwood Barclay is a stone-cold pro’ JOE HILL
‘A rip-roaring rollercoaster of a ride’ DAILY MAIL
‘Linwood Barclay presses all the right buttons’ MICHAEL ROBOTHAM
‘One of the finest thriller writers in the world at the very top of his game’ MARK BILLINGHAM