Nick and Tasha are a couple held together by their five-year-old daughter. Until one ordinary morning, when Ellie vanishes amid the chaos of the school run.
Nick knows she can't have gone far on her own, which can mean only one thing: she's not on her own. Who would take his daughter, and why? With no motive and no leads, Nick is thrown into a tailspin of suspicion and guilt. Like Tasha, he doesn't know what to think, or whom to trust...
But then someone starts doing the thinking for him. Confronted with an impossible choice, Nick will have to make a decision, and both options will leave him with blood on his hands. But perhaps that's to be expected.
After all, Nick's not quite as blameless as he seems.
©2016 Adam Croft. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I enjoyed Her Last Tomorrow more than I thought i might! The main characters were interesting and i liked seeing their progressions throughout the story. These are self-absorbed parents whose ways of thinking are turned around ultimately by the abduction of their 5 year old daughter, and they come to some understanding of and compassion for each other as the story progresses. The plot was interesting and involving, and I was pleasantly surprised to find myself hooked on this book. I recommend it highly.
I enjoyed this book. It was not what I was expecting and that is a good thing. It was definitely worth the read. I did listen to audio version which was done quite well. I look forward to more books by this author.
"VERY GOOD "
I really enjoyed it. kept me hooked throughout and I kept on coming back for more
brilliant had me hooked in minutes, have not come across this author before but would recommend this book
"Can't recommend this book"
An ok story, mangled with cliches and naivety. Unlikable main characters with implausible thought processes.
I read the 1st version of this book and listened to this revised release of it with Tasha's side of the story added to it. I wasn't sure how I'd get on knowing how it ended but I loved listening to it, it really captured my imagination, listening to the book really added another dimension. I think having Tasha's point of view really added another element to the story and it was really well put together, it felt like it had always been part of it. It kept me listening to the end and I really enjoyed it.
Loved the narration, perfect choice. Some books can be tough to listen to if a voice doesn't fit the characters, I felt they fitted perfectly and have recommended this audiobook to friends who've asked for suggestions.
Far fetched nonsense. 6hrs 43 minutes of my life I'm never getting back. The only positive was the narration, which was excellent.
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