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Review: Now you see me by Emma Haughton

Three years ago, thirteen-year-old Danny Geller vanished without trace.

His family and friends are still hanging on to every last shred of hope. Not knowing if he's alive or dead, their world is shrouded in shadows, secrets and suspicions.

This is the story of what happens when hope comes back to haunt you. When your desperation is used against you. When you search for the truth – but are too scared to accept the reality staring you in the face...

A mesmerizing psychological thriller with the most incredible twist you'll read all year

My Thoughts
A fast paced thriller which I literally couldn't put down. Perfect for fans of Sophie McKenzie.

I really enjoyed this book and found myself not wanting to put it down because I needed to know what was going to happen next.

My only complaint is the blurb mentions a huge twist. Why do that? It meant I was looking for it from the first page and had pretty much guessed what it was by the time it was revealed which I think ruined my experience of reading it somewhat. 


Ooh! This sounds brilliant - this is just the kind of story I'm looking for at the moment! :)