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↠ Beneath The Surface ✓ Heidi Perks, Beneath The Surface, Heidi Perks, Beneath The Surface I don t know where you areI don t know what I ve doneTeenager Abigail Ryder is devastated when she gets home from school to find her family gone Nothing makes sense Things are missing from the house and her stepsisters room is completely empty But the police think she s trouble and when grandmother Eleanor tells her to forget them all and move on there s no choI don t know wh Beneath The Surface By Heidi Perks ↠ Beneath The Surface ✓ Heidi Perks - Beneath The Surface, Beneath The Surface I don t know where you areI don t know what I ve doneTeenager Abigail Ryder is devastated when she gets home from school to find her family gone Nothing makes sense Things are missing from the house a
  • Title: Beneath The Surface
  • Author: Heidi Perks
  • ISBN: 9781910453186
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback

Beneath The Surface By Heidi Perks ↠ Beneath The Surface ✓ Heidi Perks - Beneath The Surface, Beneath The Surface I don t know where you areI don t know what I ve doneTeenager Abigail Ryder is devastated when she gets home from school to find her family gone Nothing makes sense Things are missing from the house a
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  1. ReadAlong With Sue on said:

    I am a Mom of two adult children Any mother would find it hard to choose which child to take and which to leave behind, let alone if there were than two.Why would a Mom abandon one child and take her other two Leaving a child in despair You are sixteen and you arrive home Only to find emptiness Your Mother is gone and your siblings Imagine the effect it would have on you.Abbi s therapist suggest she writes letters to come to terms with her feelings Write them down and see how she feels, her emo [...]

  2. Kate~Bibliophile Book Club on said:

    In the interest of honesty, I started this book last Sunday week, and up until yesterday I had only read 30 odd percent of it Fellow bloggers had said they were hooked immediately but that didn t happen for me at the beginning of Beneath The Surface However, once I picked it up last night, I couldn t put it down as I had gotten into it so completely.Heidi Perks has written an excellent novel It has a very intriguing premise, which sets the main characters and the reader on a quest for answers in [...]

  3. Lee on said:

    Abigail is 16 years old and comes home to find her mother and two younger sisters have disappeared no sign of any life in the house How could a mother just pack up and abandon her child, take her two other daughters and just leave one behind to fend on her own This seems unbelievable and unimaginable, here begins the story and what a story it is Family secrets can have a way of causing mass destruction and this is definitely the case here A decision made will have devastating effects on this fam [...]

  4. Trish at Between My Lines on said:

    This review was originally posted on Between My Lines Books about secrets I can t resist them So when I read the synopsis for this one and saw it was about a family that disappeared out of Abigail s life, I was so curious and I had to see just what happened First Line of Beneath the Surface by Heidi Perks Abigail didn t know how she should answer the policeman s question My Thoughts on Beneath the Surface by Heidi Perks I m always a bit fascinated by missing person cases as all the what ifs and [...]

  5. Rebecca on said:

    Originally reviewed on Becca s Books.Wow What a ride Sumptuously told, delivered in the most enthralling of ways, Beneath The Surface by Heidi Perks absolutely blew me away Hooked from page one, it was impossible for me to put this novel down, and in all honesty I didn t want to, and couldn t have even if I had wanted to The mystery and secrets teased and taunted me towards the moment of reveal and, throughout the pages I became entranced by the story being told to me Focusing on drama, relation [...]

  6. Sarah on said:

    Having just finished this book, all I can say is wow Beneath The Surface is one of those stories that gently draws you into it and then all of a sudden before you know it you are so caught up with the characters that it is impossible to put the book down I actually read this in one sitting as I had to know why a mother would take two children and suddenly disappear leaving one child behind.It is hard to actually say much about the story itself as I fear I will give parts away and wouldn t want t [...]

  7. C.L. Taylor on said:

    Why would a mother abandon one of her children Beneath the Surface is an intriguing novel about secrets, lies and the complicated relationship between mothers and daughters, with a dark mystery at its heart.

  8. Kara on said:

    Beneath the Surface was an interesting read however, I am still unsure as to whether I enjoyed it.The tale is told from three perspectives the mother Kathryn , her twin daughters Lauren and Hannah along with her eldest daughter Abi and, I suppose what annoyed me the most was the use of Kathryn s name by her daughters and the use of Eleanor s name rather than mum or grandmother as, this limited the books authenticity I understand it was done to reduce confusion but honestly I wasn t a fan.Apart f [...]

  9. The Book Review Café on said:

    Every now in then a novel comes along and takes my breath away, and Beneath The Surface fits the Bill perfectly It s an emotionally charged thriller that kept me enthralled until the last page It s a story of Family, betrayal, secrets and manipulation.Beneath The Surface opens with a hell of a tale, teenager Abigail Ryder arrives home from school one day to find her family gone How could a mother leave her child Or worse take two daughters with her and leave one behind These were questions I kep [...]

  10. Celeste Ní raois on said:

    Thanks to the author Heidi Perks, I received an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest reviewI don t know where you areI don t know what I ve doneFourteen year old Abigail Ryder arrives home from school one afternoon to find that her mother twin baby stepsisters are gone, things are missing from the house and the babies room is completely empty but none of this makes sense to Abigail She contacts the police and as she s been interviewed they think that she s a troublemaker and their suspici [...]

  11. Laura on said:

    Beneath The Surface was brilliant It was completely unpredictable from beginning to end and I love how Heidi managed to write a story that feels very different and fresh from a lot of other novels out there at the moment It was thrilling but in a whole new way and was laced with mystery and enigma that had me glued to the pages Beneath The Surface tells the story of Abi who gets home from school one day to find her family have gone and left her behind where are they Why didn t they take Abi with [...]

  12. Megan on said:

    My blog publishedmomentsSometimes you find that rare book that has you hooked from the very first page Beneath the Surface does exactly that It lures you in and just doesn t let you go Perks really has an ability to get you on board from the very first chapter which is something of a rare occurrence.The storyline is intense and never ending in a good way The amount of twists and turns that Perks has managed to incorporate in to this story is incredible and I really am so impressed with her imagi [...]

  13. Alice Clark-platts on said:

    Why would a mother ever leave a child behind Beneath the Surface is a gripping thriller that follows Abi in her quest to find the truth behind why her mother left her alone yet took her twin sisters with her Heidi Perks is a fantastic writer and I read this book in one sitting The novel is packed to the brim with secrets following Abi up to the present day when she may finally have a chance to confront the mother who abandoned her Recommended.

  14. Tamara Clark on said:

    I could not put this book down It was so beautifully written, yet it is such a tragic, heartbreaking story.The ending broke my heart but it fit perfectly I will definitely read of the authors books She writes beautifully.

  15. Wendy on said:

    Actual rating 4.5 5 Beneath The Surface plays its cards incredibly close to its chest as it poses disastrous dilemmas for one family under the microscope.Step into the shoes of a seventeen year old girl with a whole lot to say for herself, who left the house one morning only to return to an empty one Her mother and her two year old sisters weren t home, and as time went on it appeared they had no intention of ever coming back.Unfortunately, this stuff of nightmares happened to Abigail At first s [...]

  16. Rachel Gilbey on said:

    What sort of mother could possibly disappear one day, taking her twin toddler daughters with her, but leaving behind her teenager What sort of grandmother tells the teenager to forget about her family and just to move on with life And how does the teenager ever rebuild her life 14 years later everything for this family is about to unravel and its a fascinating journey to discover the truth behind that day Well that is what happened to Abigail and the chapters focusing on her story, are written a [...]

  17. Claire on said:

    The book starts with a short introduction from 14 years ago in 2001 when 17 year old Abigail finds that her mum and 2 year old twin sisters have disappeared from their London home.We then move forward to 2015 and introduce the rest of the main characters The twins Hannah and Lauren, now aged 16 are living with mum Kathryn in Mull Bay, unaware of Abigail s existance Grandmother Eleanor is in a care home suffering from dementia.Abigail s husband Adam wants a baby, but Abigail is secretly still on [...]

  18. Brenda on said:

    Beneath the Surface is a perfect title for this book This is is a book that grabs you immediately, reels you in and doesn t let you go It took twists and turns I never saw coming How a parent and a grandparent could walk away and leave one child to fend for themselves at 15 years old I will never understand Talk about skeletons in the closet The characters were very well developed and their personalities painted so that I immediately liked or disliked them For all the characters but especially f [...]

  19. Dawn on said:

    Beneath the Surface is a very clever psychological thriller, full of subtle twists and turns It picks apart and explores the complex relationships between a mother and her daughters, with plenty of unexpected plot developments to keep the reader guessing until the end I found myself changing my mind about the guilty party throughout I wanted to dislike Kathryn and lay the blame at her door, but found myself coming to understand her as the novel progressed The secrets and lies are uncovered one [...]

  20. Jill Fairbrother on said:

    I feel bereft After a week with my new friends Abigail, Hannah and Lauren, I had to say goodbye to them tonight I m sure that Abigail felt far worse when she came home and found her two year old sisters and mother were missing, but the characters were so brilliantly developed and their story so well told I feel I have been part of their lives too I felt their pain, their confusion and understood the conflict and control they were dealing with Fantastically crafted story telling, that transported [...]

  21. Kate on said:

    Every once in a while there s a book that appears in the post that just blows you away, and this is definitely one of them From the beginning the author draws you in, dangling the mysterious plot of a mother walking out on one of her children and taking the two youngest ones with her, and the one left behind has no idea why or where her family has gone It s compulsive reading, the need to find out why teenage Abi was left to fend for herself by her mother is strong I won t lie, my maternal insti [...]

  22. Georgina Gilbert on said:

    This is only the second book that I ve read which falls under the mystery category and I really don t know why I haven t started in this genre sooner I think it can be tricky to find the perfect formula for a mystery novel, as the story needs to keep the reader wanting to discover , without unnecessary taunting by withholding information whilst also ensuring that the story is believable.From the first page of Beneath The Surface, I knew that this book was going to be a favourite of mine One of t [...]

  23. Joanne on said:

    Beneath the Surface by Heidi Perks has one of those blurbs that just make you need to read the book because you just have to know what happened, it poses so many questions that need answers What kind of mother leaves a child behind How did this affect Abi Did it affect the twins growing up What kind of grandmother tells you to forget your own family My head was spinning with questions and the I read of this book the complex and utterly brilliant it becomes as the answers begin to be revealed t [...]

  24. Michelle Ryles on said:

    There was no hanging around in this book as we are transported back to 2001 and immediately plunged into the drama when Abigail returns home from school to an empty house A house that is normally bubbling with the excitement and chatter of Abigail s two year old twin sisters, Hannah and Lauren As Abigail makes her way through the house in search of her mother and sisters, she makes a startling discovery the twins room has been stripped bare and, apart from a stray teddy that seems to have been o [...]

  25. Jo Barton on said:

    Imagine being sixteen and coming home from school to find that your mother and baby stepsisters have disappeared from the family home, leaving no trace of where they might have gone Trying to make sense of this disappearance would be beyond the comprehension of most people and for Abigail Ryder the devastating truth of abandonment is something that will shadow her throughout the rest of her adolescence and early adulthood.After the initial disappearance we meet up with Abigail some fourteen year [...]

  26. Lorna Holland on said:

    Full review now up on my blog thewritinggreyhound The overarching themes of the book are love, loss, pride, and family values Family is the key that holds the story together, so it s quite ironic when you read it and see just how dysfunctional our main characters are Without giving too much away, the whole family pivots around one significant family member, who triggers a series of events leading the characters to where they end up.I found the plot as a whole to be quite far fetched, and at time [...]

  27. Laura Broadberry on said:

    Beneath the Surface by Heidi Perks is an interesting read, filled with a sleuth of complex characters and unexpected plot twits I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book, and was hooked from the first page.Abigail, as a 17 year old, is left by her mother, who one day disappears with her two sisters while she s still at school Years later, Kathryn her mother is living in an isolated beach town with the two girls Hannah one of the two girls begins to ask questions, whilst Abigail begins digging into h [...]

  28. Heather Balog on said:

    Seventeen year old Abi comes home from school one day and discovers her mother and two year old sisters are missing They ve apparently left without her and Abi, has no idea why Fourteen years later, she still doesn t understand it Over the course of the novel, through letters Abi writes to her husband, flashbacks from her mother Kathryn, and her now sixteen year old sister Hannah s current life, the reader starts to piece together what actually precipitated Abi being abandoned.This was not neces [...]

  29. Kitty Fox on said:

    Beneath The Surface is a roller coaster ride through a crazy time always having you guessing about what is going to happen next but often being even surprised with the reveal The twists are well written and realistic.The book is told from the prospective of 3 people which keeps the story interesting and twists and turns the tales from all directions making you feel like you get a rounded view of what is going on Abi is just a teenager and she comes home from school to find her mother and twin [...]

  30. Louise Thompson on said:

    I think there s a danger right now, in the wake of Gone Girl s popularity, that new thrillers feel like they have to have some gruesome shock factor in order to be thrilling Beneath the Surface by Heidi Perks proves that what a good thriller really needs is a thought out plot, realistic twists and well written characters I loved the understated nature of the storyline and the fact that it gave the chance for the characters to shine, whilst also being unexpected and full of plenty of twists.Abi s [...]

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