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Then She Was Gone

THENShe was fifteen, her mother's golden girl. She had her whole life ahead of her. And then, in the blink of an eye, Ellie was gone. NOW Its been ten years since Ellie disappeared, but Laurel has never given up hope of finding her daughter.And then one day a charming and charismatic stranger called Floyd walks into a caf and sweeps Laurel off her feet. Before too long shes staying the night at this house and being introduced to his nine year old daughter. Poppy is precocious and pretty - and meeting her completely takes Laurel's breath away. Because Poppy is the spitting image of Ellie when she was that age.And now all those unanswered questions that have haunted Laurel come flooding back. What happened to Ellie? Where did she go? Who still has secrets to hide?...

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Then She Was Gone Reviews

  • Susanne Strong

    4.25 Stars (rounded down)

    Spellbinding and Completely Irresistible.

    Ellie Mack went missing 10 years ago. Her mother, Laurel has never given up hope of finding her. Ellie was fifteen years old, full of life. The world was, in fact, her oyster. No one knew what happened to Ellie. The police have never found a trace of her. My interest was piqued from the very beginning. My breath caught in my throat - nerves jangled.

    Now, Laurel Mack’s life is very different: her marriage fell apart years ago and

  • Rebecca Carter

    Over the past few years there seems to have been a huge saturation in the market of psychological mystery type thrillers. Or maybe that's just me thinking this, simply because I've bought or requested via

    NetGalley, many books of this type. Then She Was Gone, is another one to add to this genre.

    There's nothing much I can add really, the description is easily available to read. The narrative goes back and forth between the present day and the past, and is told from the perspective of four differen

  • Holly  B

    Edgy, Dark and Addictive

    This turned out to be quite a stunner. I’ve read lots of psychological thrillers and this one caught me off guard. Much more than your typical missing daughter plot. Scattered with hints of some shocking revelations to come.

    This is my fourth Lisa Jewell novel and I’m a huge fan. I love her writing style and how she keeps me totally absorbed in the story line. The more I read, the more invested I became and started to care about some of the key characters. Told in multiple

  • Nikki

    4.5 chilling stars (rounded up)!

    Laurel Mack is still reeling from her daughter’s disappearance ten years ago. Ellie, Laurel’s daughter, was only fifteen and seemed to have her whole life ahead of her. And suddenly, she vanished. Still struggling with the mystery and unanswered questions surrounding Ellie’s disappearance, Laurel moves through the monotony of life…until she meets Floyd. Laurel begins to connect with Floyd, who has a daughter named Poppy. And Laurel’s world suddenly changes.

    This w

  • Diane S ☔

    Ellie was fifteen eager to take her exams. Now that she had been tutored in math she was sure she would do well. On her way to the library one evening, she disappears. Her disappearance takes a huge toll on the family, a family that breaks apart as many families in this type of situations often do. Now ten years later, Laurel is willing to take a shot at having a life and love again a series of events will send her reeling. Would she finally find out what happened to her daughter?

    A very suspense

  • Hajar

    Heart-breaking, dark, disturbing, and fairly predictable!

    As the story of Ellie’s disappearance starts unfolding, it swiftly takes a sinister turn and it all goes downhill from there. The plot is very well-written and most of the characters are quite fascinating, unlikeable but fascinating!

    I thoroughly enjoyed the beginning of the story as the mystery was building up but quickly lost interest as the whole thing became rather predictable.

    The ending was incredibly touching, thus adding more flavour

  • Luffy

    Then She Was Gone is a very mild title compared to the volcanic torment and angst behind the cover. Teenage daughter Ellie goes missing and blah blah blah...except that it's not so clear cut or cliched.

    The action takes place in multiple points of view, and it's a treat to be fed factoid after factoid to try and make sense. It's deliciously excruciating how the info builds up to shape up the final solution.

    Lisa Jewell is part of the latest generation of writers. The latter have bypassed Chaucer,

  • James

    I read a Lisa Jewell novel last year and connected immediately with her writing style, tone, and voice. When Then She Was Gone showed up on NetGalley last month, I immediately requested it and added it to my reading queue for April. I really find myself enamored with Jewell's characters, plots, and settings, so much that I've added ten of her other books to my TBR and hope to read a few more later this year.

    Domestic drama is the best sub-genre to describe this book. A 15-year-old girl goes missi