A plane crash rocks a sleepy little town. When a murder follows on tragedy's heels and dark secrets are unearthed, no one will be left standing.
What happened the night flight 2940 crashed? And is the shocking murder of a policeman's daughter somehow related to this tragic event - or is it simply a devastating coincidence? Four people who have never met but are indelibly linked by these disasters will be forced to reveal the closely guarded secrets that unlock the answers to these questions. But once the truth is exposed, it may cause even more destruction.
In After We Fall, Emma Kavanagh deftly weaves together the stories of those who lost something of themselves in a tragic incident and explores how swiftly everything we know can come crashing down.
©2014, 2015 Emma Kavanagh (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Top quarter so far.
The plot was average to decent, but the book really turns on the characters and how much you want them to succeed or not.
The book has almost no highs only abject lows. If you don't like depressing books, you may give this a pass but if you use stories to experience emotions, this one captures the essence of loss, confusion, loneliness, need, and regret.
Occasionally repetitive feeling, but viewed in context of the storyline, that actually adds to the atmosphere of the novel and helps the characters more relatable.
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