Sixty seconds after she wakes from a coma, Maggie world is torn apart.
The police tell her that she daughter Elspeth is dead. That she drowned when the car Maggie had been driving plunged into the river. Maggie removers nothing.
And when Maggie begs to see her husband, the police tell her that he has disappeared. He was last seen in the day of their daughters funeral.
What really happened that day at the river?
Where has Maggie’s husband gone?
And why can’t she shake the suspicion that somewhere, somehow er daughter is still alive?
Ok … so I’m going to kick this off with giving it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ … it was a good book, had me gripped enough, there wasn’t really much of a time that I found myself bored.
However I hated the daughters name, now I am all for unusual names but Elspeth?? Yuk!!! I actually physically hate it.
The whole book was like one big cliff hanger of finding out what really happened, which I absolutely love… keeps me wanting more consistently.
However I didn’t like the letters in between the chapters from the ‘daughter’ I think this could have been better structured somewhat.
I do love a book that is split up into parts … but didn’t really see a need in this book, although part 3 had the big OMG moment .. but I guessed what that was before it even happened which d kind of annoy me to be honest as I am usually a bit slow with these things so if I’ve guessed it, it either means I’m upping my game or it was just far too obvious which unfortunately I do believe it is the latter which is a bit of a no for me, but since it was so beautifully written I still decided to go for the 4 stars!!
Definitely a book I would recommend!!