An international best-seller from an award-winning author, this is a heartfelt emotional roller-coaster of a novel about mothers and daughters and the choices we have to make.
When an explosion rips through her daughter's school, Rose McKenna faces a horrifying choice. Does she go in search of her daughter, Melly, or save the children nearest to her first, one of whom is the bully who has been making her daughter's life a misery? It's a split-second decision that will cost one girl dearly and will see Rose's life transformed forever....
©2011 Lisa Scottoline (P)2011 Macmillan Audio
The portrail of the 8yr old daughter was so spot on I wanted to climb into the book and shake the girl into reality.... I felt like I was on an emotional rollercoaster, I raged at the media, feared the unknown and was intrrigued by the storyline.
"Goodness me NO!"
I have enjoyed most of Lisa Scottoline's books before this one - but I really couldn't stomach it past the first few chapters. The characters were just behaving in a nonsensical way - if your child was injured in a fire - you would not rush into a hospital and scream at another person - laying the blame at their door.
If your own child was in a place of danger you wouldn't even think twice, you would go and try to save them, you wouldn't dither and make a decision as to whether or not you could save this one or that one, you would yell to someone - 'see these kids out - I am going to get my daughter!'. Definitely not for me - total rubbish, and so disappointing!
On top of the dopey story - the voice of the narrator seemed to be in a depressing minor key, I found this annoying before I started to get even MORE annoyed by the story.
A Waste of a couple of hours, and a waste of a valuable credit!
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