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Emma in the Night

Length: 8 hrs and 51 mins
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Two sisters go missing.

Only one returns.

We believe what we want to believe. We believe what we need to believe.

When my sister and I disappeared three years ago, they found Emma's car at the beach. Some people believed she had gone there to find a party or meet a friend who never showed. They believed that she'd gone for a swim. They believed that she'd drowned. Maybe by accident. Maybe a suicide.

Everyone believed Emma was dead.

As for me, well - it was not as simple as that.

©2017 Wendy Walker (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • Claire D.
  • 11-02-18

Good book but the end....

I really enjoyed this book, but for me the end was too over the top, i just couldn’t buy it. So after racing through this to find out what happened to Emma, I was let down by a story that wasn’t at all believable for me. But if you are able to really park your brain for this, you’ll love it!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-15-18

Only okay

The story for the most part is gripping but the mind numbing detail the author goes into to spell out every single little thing, just to make sure you understand what happened, why it happened and why it is important is infuriating. Sections of this story ready like a case study in a physchology text book. Made it kind of hard to like. I listened to this all the way through but I wouldn’t recommend it to people.