Three years ago Toni's five-year-old daughter, Evie, disappeared after leaving school. The police have never been able to find her. There were no witnesses, no CCTV, no trace.
But Toni believes her daughter is alive. And as she begins to silently piece together her memories, the full story of the past begins to reveal itself - and a devastating truth.
Toni's mind is trapped in a world of silence. Her only chance to save herself is to manage the impossible: she must find a way to make herself heard. She must find her daughter.
A compelling, gripping thriller with a breathtaking twist that will keep you awake until the early hours. Perfect for fans of The Girl on the Train, Behind Closed Doors and The Sister.
Please note that the last chapter of this audiobook was missing on release. This has been rectified and the full audio made available as of 28 February 2017.
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I am not sure who would like this book. The author portrayed the characters in an unrealistic fashion. It reminded me of the Hitchcock story where one female character is paralyzed and cannot speak yet sees and knows what is going on. She knows the secretes but cannot communicate or act to stop the inevitable.
I was most disappointed in both the predictability and the shallowness of the characters.
The narrator did an excellent job with the material. She used to voice as best she could to convey excitement, mystery, and anticipation but, alas, she did not have much to work with.
The premise of the book had great potential. As I said, the plot was not new but it is one that others have successfully used to keep the reader (listener) on the edge of his seat. And, as I just mentioned, the narrator is excellent.
Great book, ending was odd
The suspense was spot on, the author did a fantastic job of building up suspense and having me guessing right up until the end.
The author has so many great ideas and clearly knows how to write, but the ending felt forced and hurried. Felt like the author had a deadline that was sneaking up and had to bring it to a quick close.
Loved the accent.
- Debra R. Bianchi