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I love Rose Tremain, I think I've read everything she's ever written, and this book had the added bonus of being set in the south of France which is one of my favourite bits of the world. At first there's hardly a character in Trespass who is likeable, they're all selfish, self-obsessed and determined to make changes they know will cost one of the other characters dear. In fact, you so heartily dislike on the charachters - Anthony - that you keep reading with fingers crossed hoping he'll get his come-uppance. What I think Rose Tremain does fabulously is draw you in to the inner world of each of the characters to that you're not just fascinated but you start to empathise without realised. She's the master of the slow reveal, drip-feeding you little tidbits, twisting and turning your sympathies so cleverly you don't realise that you've switched allegiance. Her landscapes are always characters in themselves, and they too change from beautiful to sinister and back again, winding themselves around you until you're in so deep that you can't put the book down. I couldn't. I read this in two big gulps and as soon as I was at the end I wanted to start again. I love Rose Tremain - did I say?