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    Someone Help

    This book is emotion filled. Alice was happy with her mother and father, but when she was six her father died. Her mother could not cope with the loss, she could not cope with life. After she married Alice’s stepfather than things got worse. The beatings started, and her mother became enslaved to alcohol. The her little sister was born and she loved her. Her stepfather became meaner and then he did unspeakable things to Alice. One day Alice took her sister out to the highway and hid while a car stopped and a lady in a shiny red car picked her up. Her sister was two years old. Alice watched television that night and saw a wreck in a shiny red car and thought her sister was dead in the wreck. Her stepfather beat her mother and her but she never told what happened to her sister. The story told in the book is about Alice, her relationship with her mother, her marriage and children. She tells her husband about being abused, but say nothing about her sister except that she died in a car wreck. The story is separately about the sister now called Molly that was adopted but the foster family that took her in when she was found. She did not know she was adopted until she was married and read a blog on the computer that Alice wrote. The story is about the mother Margaret. How she couldn’t cope. Her struggle with alcohol. Her grief at the loss of her husband Adam and her abusive relationship with Vernon, It is mostly about feelings, about pain and hurt, about love and hate. It is about marriage, trust, heartbreak and hope. It will make you cry and fill you with hope. This book covers the topic of child abuse and does it in a sensitive way dealing more with feelings than actual detail. It was an interesting read about a subject which needs to be addressed in society. Thanks to Nicole Trope, Bookouture, and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advanced copy of the book.
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    Simply Brilliant!

    The Nowhere Girl is an absolute masterpiece! Gripping and thrilling, it is in a class of its own. Though quite difficult to read because of some of the content, it is still an extremely compelling story. Containing themes of domestic violence, child abuse, addiction and neglect, Nicole Trope's characterisation continues to impress and the trauma suffered felt very real, especially regarding Alice, the sister who never stopped reliving her childhood experiences. The Nowhere Girl is also a story about strength, courage, and survival. The story moves comprehensibly between dual timelines, from the 1980's to the present day, to recount the stories of three women, Alice, Margaret and Molly and how tragic events that occurred thirty years ago permanently changed their lives. I found The Nowhere Girl to be very well researched and it came across as believable. Nicole Trope is a master of this type of domestic thriller and I loved the way the author slowly meted out the clues and built up the suspense until the plot reached the dramatic denouement. There was such a lot happening that I found this deftly told, stark and poignant novel really difficult to put down. I’d certainly read more from this talented author. Highly recommended and well worth five stars. I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel, at my request, from Bookouture via NetGalley and this review is my own unbiased opinion.
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    Loved!!!!!!

    Wow, just wow!!!!! This book was so amazing and beautifully written. It had a little bit of mystery along with pulling your emotional heartstrings at every turn. This is the second book I read by this author and boy she did not disappoint. I just love her books and can’t wait to read more by her. This is my first book for the New Year and it is already going in my top ten for the year. It was just that good. This book was about three women who lives are connected with one another. It was about finding out the truth on what happened so many years earlier and getting past the mistakes that were made. The past always catches up with you in the end. I want to start by saying that I loved the way this book was written. It went back and forth between three different women and their perspectives on what happened so long ago. I loved this because we got all point of views instead of just one. There is always two sides to every story and I love it when an author does it. I also liked the story line itself but I do have to say it not for the faint hearted. There are topics in this book that some people might find hard to read. I even had trouble with it and I’m as hard they come. With all that said, it also made it why I loved it so much. We need to talk about some of these issues as they are happening every day and something needs to be changed. For me this book was an emotional roller coaster that I never wanted to get off from. Once I started I couldn’t stop reading until I got to the end. This book has definitely made an impact on me and that is why it was so great. Between the plot, characters and all the twists in this book it made it an easy and fast read. I would definitely recommend it and happily give it 5 Hearts❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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    Punch In The Gut Family Drama

    Gut wrenching and heartbreaking family drama. This was not an easy read due to the subject matter but it was done well and credibly. There are three perspectives as well as current and past chapters. Once you nail everyone down the story really takes off.
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    2.5 Stars

    I have read and enjoyed other Nicole Trope books but, sadly, this did not live up to the standard of her previous books. The story was a little predictable and a lot of coincidences happen. The characters acted pretty much as they were expected to from the very beginning. The ending tied a nice little bow around everything, but it was way too neat. Much of the writing was repetitive and without giving away too much, I will say that the use of a dream sequence feels like a cop-out. I can deal with one or two strategically-placed dreams in this kind of story where one expects to suspend a certain amount of belief, but using a dream for almost the entire exposition of one of the two major plots seems like cheating. The characters were not fleshed-out and seemed banal. I am normally a Nicole Trope fan so I don't want to be overly-critical. However, this book reads more like one she had to write simply to meet her obligation to her publishers rather than something she had any true inspiration to create. I am hoping she or her editors have tweaked the final product. If you are new to Nicole Trope, don't do this one first, she has many better options which will enthrall you.
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