This was well written. The author successfully created a tense and apprehensive atmosphere. I was creeped out along with the main character and was breathing sighs of relief when she did. Wasn’t expecting to sympathise with the stalker but there were glympses of life from his perspective that made it difficult to hate him despite his really creepy actions. In the end though I was definately rooting for the stalkee. The book also highlighted the question of perspective, making you realise that you can never tell how other people interpret situations and that it’s unwise to assume that because they have the same information as you they will reach the same conclusion that you do. I would recommend this book. Just make sure you read it during the day if you are a woman who lives alone.