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The last time Katy saw Jude was on a school trip: Jude was attacked by a stranger, and Katy ran away. Twenty years later, Jude is back, and her reappearance coincides with a series of unsettling incidents: a stranger appears in the downstairs flat, Katy's house is vandalized, her mother is mugged, and her home ransacked. Jude also seems to know an uncomfortable amount about Katy's current life. As they are forced to revisit the same rocky waters of friendship and power that they inhabited when they were 15, Jude and Katy realize that, when it comes to memory, truth, and family, nothing is what it seems.

©2015 Meg Carter (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Not a gripping psychological thriller!!

More of a confusing, disorganized, stupid story line that i ever had the unpleasure to try & read. However, never made it to the halfway point & i listened to the book so didn't have to suffer from all the typos others mentioned. NOT recommended.

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  • 09-20-17

Compelling, clever and multi-layered

Compellingly rich in detail, this book repeatedly took me back to the 80s and allowed me to smile in gentle recognition before jolting me into a new stomach-clenching reality in the present. I was quickly hooked.
Somewhat ironically, this book about friends probably cost me some of my own, making me selfish about carving out time to listen to it. Worth every minute.

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  • 08-25-17

Dreadful, predictable

I started listening to this book with great hopes as I've enjoyed previous audiobooks. Not this one.
Didn't take long and I found I could predict the next bit. None of the promised suspense, just a boring level of a convoluted, but predictable, story. Yawn, yawn.