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    Slow start but a good story

    Took a while for the story to get going when it did it became a book I colnd not put down. After half way through I sort of guessed where the story was going.
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    Fantastic

    Brilliant book. Fantastic characters and a brilliant storyline lots of twists . Lovely book to escape day to day reality!! Looking forward to read all Lucy's other books.
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    One moment in time shattered the lives of two

    Sarah and Isla were best friends, they grew up together and always dreamed of owning beach huts next to one another. They did everything together, even having their sons in the same year. Seven years ago tragedy struck when Jacob, Sarah’s son, and Marley, Isla son, were ten years old. The two went swimming, but only one of them returned. Now on the anniversary of Marley’s death, Jacob has gone missing. Sarah is trying to stay strong and positive, but something isn’t right, and someone knows where her son is, but who is that person? Last Seen is a psychological thriller. It starts off with the drowning of Marley, (though you don’t know this at the time). Once we get into the main story it begins quite slowly, and I must admit I almost gave up. I found Sarah boring and rather old headed for her age. Then the book reached a turning point, the pace quickened and the intense plot took over. The cast and situation are very believable, plus with the very descriptive scenery, it felt like I could of been reading a news article about a real event. It is written from two viewpoints, Sarah and Isla’s, both past and present. I’m not a great lover of multiple viewpoint books, especially when I personally feel that the story would of worked just as well being written in the third person, but I stuck with it, and did enjoy it. There are a lot of twists, and just when you think you might have the answer, Ms. Clarke throws in a curve ball, and you are back to square one. Everyone was a suspect, and I found it hard to decipher who was telling the truth, and who had something to hide. I was gripped to the pages with the need to know where Jacob was, and what had happened to him. The book is quite dark in places, and it certainly kept me guessing right up until the end. One moment in time shattered the lives of the two best friends, a friendship that never managed to repair itself. Something lurking in the past was holding the key to the present, but what did happen on that fateful night seven years ago, and how was it connected to the present?
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