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Publisher's Summary

I don't know where you are...I don't know what I've done....

Teenager Abigail Ryder is devastated when she gets home from school to find her family gone. Nothing makes sense. Things are missing from the house and her stepsisters' room is completely empty. But the police think she's trouble, and when grandmother Eleanor tells her to forget them all and move on, there's no choice other than face the future - alone.

Fourteen years on, Abi and Adam are a happy couple on the verge of parenthood. But when the past comes back to haunt Abi, the only way forward is to go back and uncover the truth - and reveal the dreadful secrets a mother has been hiding all these years.

©2016 Heidi Perks (P)2017 Audible, Ltd

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Tremendous storyline!

Emma fenney Was superb in her narration. It’s the best book I have listen to the Sphar out of my 30 book library. I must read! 🌴🌞🌈 THOMAS, in Sarasota Florida

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Wow!

This is an emotional roller-coaster. Trigger warning for anyone plagued with a tumultuous mother - daughter relationship, but excellent none the less.

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interesting twists and turns

This was a captivating story, there were many instances where I couldn't see where the story was heading but everything always ended up being cohesive. I was expecting a more dramatic explanation of events because as the story unfolded I had a hard time seeing such circumstances happening in real life. But if you can get past that, it's a decent book overall.

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  • Italy
  • 10-29-17

I just wanted it to end

I liked the performance but this story was a bit boring with zero payoff. It's as if the author had this idea for a premise but then forgot to develop it. Elena was the only interesting character yet she didn't feel real at all. Katherine was ridiculous and I'm a little annoyed that her condition wasn't researched further so that it could feel like it actually belonged in the story and wasn't just thrown in there for added spice. So annoying when authors just touch on important issues like that without really doing the work. The whole thing was seriously not good or satisfying in any way. So glad I got the audiobook. The performance was the only good thing about it.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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I tried to like it....

9 hours and 48 minutes I can't get back. I'm confused and shocked to see all the great reviews? It was so predictable that I found myself laughing. I tried to like it and kept waiting for it to get better.....it did not.

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I really like this book

The storyline was riveting. It’s not an off the hook, meaning I caught your attention immediately. I don’t want to spoil your reading so I won’t go into too much detail so I will just say it was a great book.

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it was interesting.

the narrator struggled with the male voices, and the book was a little convoluted at times. But it was well worth the read, I enjoyed it. I hope you will too!

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  • Rebecca
  • 02-05-18

Could this be any more boring??

What would have made Beneath the Surface better?

Better story. Better narration.

What could Heidi Perks have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Given it a story?

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Emma Fenney?

Anyone else.

Any additional comments?

I really struggled with this. I was hoping it would get better but it really, really didn't. I found myself drifting off and thinking of something else, only to realize that I hadn't missed any of the story. I seriously think it was the most boring book I've ever purchased. I should have sent it back. Narration was TERRIBLE too.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-30-18

Unputdownable

I really enjoyed this book although it left me a little heartbroken , it was a great story. The narrator does get much better as she gets to know the characters.

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  • Katie
  • 01-21-18

I loved it. Apart from the Scottish accent 😂

Great book but the narrator is really bad at Scottish accents. It distracted me from the story at times.

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  • julie watson
  • 09-18-17

Great story, awful accents.

I loved this book, but the narrator's attempts at regional accents was toe curlingly bad!

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  • Karen D
  • 10-22-17

Very good listen<br />

intriguing from start to end with more and more layers skillfully added throughout. would recommend