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‘It’s hard to exaggerate how well Picoult writes’ Financial Times

Ten years ago, Alice Metcalf vanished after a car accident, leaving her daughter Jenna to grow up grappling with the mystery of her disappearance.

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Reviews

An addictive read packed with twists and turns
Closer
As the story switches between characters, chapter by chapter, the suspense grows and the desire to read on is heightened. Touching worlds that few will experience the plot twists and turns its way through the hopes and dreams of all of the characters and leaves us finally with the only conclusion that really works, however unexpected it may be. The hardest thing about this book is putting it down.
Book Trust
Impossible to put down
Observer
Picoult's pitch and pace are masterly and hardly conducive to a good night's sleep
Financial Times
Picoult's use of multiple character narratives and her clever storytelling ability will keep you hooked . . . as for the twist at the end . . . all we'll say is that our jaws dropped. Seriously, we did not see it coming, and it makes an already good book utterly brilliant.
Heat magazine
The best sort of light read: engrossing
Vogue
She is the master of her craft ... and humanity is what Picoult does best
Sunday Telegraph
The best sort of light read: engrossing
Vogue
It's hard to exaggerate how well Picoult writes
Financial Times
An addictive read packed with twists and turns
Closer
Impossible to put down
Observer