A heart-pounding new novel with a shocking twist from New York Times best-selling author Lisa McMann.
Ethan was abducted from his front yard when he was just seven years old. Now, at 16, he has returned to his family. It’s a miracle… at first. Then the tensions start to build. His reintroduction to his old life isn’t going smoothly, and his family is tearing apart all over again. If only Ethan could remember something, anything, about his life before, he’d be able to put the pieces back together. But something is keeping his memory blocked.
©2012 Lisa McMann (P)2012 Simon & Schuster
I own a small shop selling custom/costume Jewelry. I love to listen to audio books while I create jewelry. I love all animals and get very upset when they aren't treated well, even in fiction.
Listening to this book I couldn't help feeling that I was reading a fictionalized account of Steven Stayner and it was fascinating. I wanted to listen to the book all in one sitting and yet I wanted it to last much longer than it did. The narration was spot on! Wish there could be a sequel-I would be in line to buy it!
Memorable characters that you actually care about the book left me feeling like I knew a whole new family.
Interesting. Fascinating. Infuriating.
I can't think of another book that I've read that I could compare this to.
He brings a depth of emotion and feeling--you really feel for all the characters--he has a great way of bringing them all to life.
I really like the moments between Ethan and Gracie--very sweet moments.
It was a good book--very engaging and engrossing but the end just nearly killed me -- it definitely screams out for a sequel!
I liked the story and the characters but I feel cheated out of a final ending. I'm just stuck imagining a thousand different choices that could change everything for each character .
I am absolutely in shock at the beauty of this book. It is written so wonderfully, and McMann captures the thoughts of the abducted teenage boy perfectly. The story keeps you on your toes until the end, and even after. I am still reeling. Aaron Tveit delivers a superb performance of the novel, and the emotions that he shows are amazing. I have nothing but praise for McMann's story and the way it is read by Tveit.
The book was slow and there wasn't really any interesting part that made you want to turn the page or listen for five more min.
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