A compulsive and startling psychological thriller for fans of Girl on a Train and Gone Girl.
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An iBooks Best of 2016 pick. Australian writer Caroline Overington finds a wickedly entertaining way to shatter the myth of the perfect marriage. The book starts with the news that doting wife and mother Loren Wynne-Estes has gone missing while on a romantic cruise with her husband, David. Loren’s father and sister are initially shocked, then suspicious. As Overington shifts between different characters’ perspectives, she sets off all kinds of warning signs for us, too. Loren herself might be the most untrustworthy narrator of all—The One Who Got Away makes the not-knowing lots of fun.
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The way this was written was horrible, and the plot itself was very predictable and anticlimactic. I was more keen on finishing the book just so I could be rid of it. Not worth the read at all. In a word; boring.
An ok read but nothing special.
The one who got away