BOOK REVIEW LAST SEEN BY LUCY CLARKE

In a small seaside community,  there’s always somebody watching …

Seven years ago,  two boys went missing at sea -and only one was brought to shore. The sandbank,  a remote stretch of coast dotted with beach huts, was scarred forever.

Sarahs son survived , but on the anniversary of the accident he disappears without trace. As new secrets begin to surface, the sandbank hums with tension and unanswered questions. Sarahs search grows more desperate and she starts to mistrust everyone she knows -and she’s right to.

Firstly let me say how much I adore lucys books,  I don’t even need to know the title or the blurb to want to read it. I always know I will love it.

Last seen was preordered and devoured in the bath which felt quite apt to this particular story.

This had me completly hooked instantly .

Very cleverly written … I didn’t know if I was coming or going with all the twists and secrets being revealed. 

Who can be trusted?

Who knows what really happened seven years ago ? And most recently on the anniversary ??

Through Lucys detailed descriptive writing I felt I was on that beach smelling the seawater .

I could relate to both the women as mothers and I loved the exploration of there friendship and how it had developed but also broken over the years .

That pain of losing a child doesn’t bear imagining .

The guilt of your child surbingo.

Can you ever move on from such tragedy?

And what has happened to Jacob. 

Full of tension and mystery this will have you engrossed and gripped till the very last page.

If you are yet to discover this authors books then go and enjoy ! 

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