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  • A gripping story from loss to healing.

    I received an ARC from Bookouture through NetGalley for an honest review. Louise has been struggling since she lost her husband in a car accident and finally decided she had to move into the guest house her daughter and son-in-law just bought. When she met Isaac, the local sand artist, there seemed to be a connection there, and he is wearing the same shirt her husband was wearing the day he died. Emma Davies took us to the edge of disaster, to hide away caves, too how Louisa and Isaac knew each other, even though neither one knew it for quite a while, to the dramatic rescue. A gripping story from loss to healing.

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  • Beautifully written

    What a beautifully written book! It is an emotional drama filled read that will keep you turning the pages to see what happens next. This book is not a light fluffy read and will stay in your mind long after you've read the last page. Thank you Bookouture via NetGalley for the ARC copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  • Thought provoking

    A beautifully written, eloquent story of self-development and forgiveness. Louisa is heartbroken after the loss of her husband in a horrific car accident. She then moves in with her daughter and son-in law while she gets back on her feet. New people enter her life from the little seaside village, including a mysterious man called Isaac. Louisa aims to write an article on this secretive artist, but grapples with right and wrong as a friendship with him develops. The descriptions of the seaside setting in the book are so beautifully detailed and lyrical I lost myself in the story, so much so that I could almost smell the sea air. Throughout the book, I often questioned what my own actions would be if I was faced with such a tragic life event. However, the developing story made me challenge my own thinking, which shows how powerful the book is in places. I made a thought provoking and emotional journey throughout the book, alongside the characters.

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  • Touching Story

    Story about love, forgiveness and starting over. Louisa loses her husband suddenly, and finds her life unexpectedly turned upside down. Due to the financial situation her husband left her in, she is forced to move in with her daughter and son in law. Her writing career was put on hold and now she has an opportunity to revive it. She was asked to find and interview a mysterious artist who was found making beautiful pictures in the sand of a hidden cove. Meeting Isaac, Louisa slowly starts to laugh and live again, but she uncovers some secrets that may change her life once again. The characters and story were great. I felt the beginning was slow moving, but I am glad I continued reading. Touching story. I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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  • Loved it!

    Emma Davies has done it again and completely blown me away with this book. I am still thinking about about it long after having finished reading it, which is always the case when I read anything by this extremely talented author. There are not many authors that can get me to read anything other than my beloved psychological thrillers, but Emma Davies is one of these authors. Since being exposed to her work last year, each book I have read from her is just another to add to my favourites and After the Crash is no exception. Be prepared to be completely gripped and unable to tear yourself away from this one and have the tissues handy. I was up for a good cry and Emma Davies gave this to me. I was so invested in the story and its lead Louise, that it made me feel like I was also part of it experiencing it all with her. After the Crash, is an emotionally charged read that has been beautifully written and will pull on your heartstrings. It definitely had me under its spell from start to finish. Another wonderful read from Emma Davies which I can’t recommend highly enough.

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