In idyllic Brunswick, Maine, tragedy strikes, leaving one family struggling to stay together.
Seven-year-old Sophie Anderson vanished from a neighbors' front lawn in 2006, leaving the Anderson family reeling.
Helen, a mother who never gave up hope.
Sam, a father who couldn't cope.
Cora, the even-keeled sister, and Shane, the angry half-brother. They all fought to maintain their family after losing Sophie.
Just when the Andersons thought they had moved past Sophie's disappearance, Cora finds Sophie shivering behind a dumpster in Portland, Maine 10 years later. As Sophie integrates back into her family a series of dark revelations rear their ugly heads.
How well do you know your child, your spouse, your best friend or neighbor?
How far would you go to protect your family?
How many secrets could you keep before your world begins to crumble?
How far would you go to better your life?
Everyone has skeletons. Everyone lies. The question is, which lies are harmless and which skeletons are meant to be bared?
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A tragic story of loss, betrayal and redemption
I haven't read the print version.
I don't know of another book I'd compare Imposter to.
Cora finding Sophie in the alley.
Yes however life got in the way.
The narrator did a decent job of changing her voice for every character and spoke clearly. The story is a tragic one involving a missing child and ends in an unexpected way. I went into this book blind. I didn't even read the blurb. I'm glad I went in blind because I feel the blurb gives too much away. The story is a bit predictable however is engaging, keeps you thinking and leaves you with an unexpected twist. Great book. I'd recommend this audio edition.
- Nicole Johnson
Imposter was gripping