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Publisher Description

'[Under Currents] is brilliantly plotted and unrelentingly propulsive. It is a beautifully written story about the fragility of life and the power of the past and the need to fight back... a highly recommended novel for this summer.' The Washington Book Review

'...full of powerful, magnetic characters' - Publishers Weekly

Reader Reviews:

'started with a bang and was nearly impossible to put down'

'I read it in one sitting through the night'

'The story grabs you'

Every town has its ugly little secrets...

From the outside, the house in Lakeview Terrace looks perfect and the Bigelows seem like the perfect family: the respected surgeon father, the glamorous, devoted mother and two beautiful children. A perfect family, in a perfect house living their perfect lives.

But perfect surfaces can hide dark undercurrents and behind closed doors lies a very different story. Teenager Zane and his younger sister, Britt, are terrorised by their violent father and dysfunctional mother. Too afraid to speak out, Zane does his best to protect his sister and counts the days until they can finally be free.

One dark, brutal night when their father's temper takes a horrifying turn for the worse, the perfect façade is exposed for the lie it is and Zane and Britt manage to escape. With the help of their beloved aunt, they rebuild their lives a day at a time, creating new families and putting their past behind them. But a childhood like that can cast a shadow the length of a lifetime. Can Zane and Britt ever be free of their past? Or will those dark undercurrents rise to the surface, forcing them to fight for their lives once again...

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
9 July
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
464
Pages
PUBLISHER
Little, Brown Book Group
SELLER
Hachette Australia Pty Ltd
SIZE
1.9
MB

Customer Reviews

Parkwood mom ,

Another great book

Nora's characters are real - the good, the bad, the awful.

Azmarah ,

Started off well but became very predictable and boring..

I loved the beginning of the book. In fact the first half was very good but then it became a bit boring and predictable.

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