Some people were born to take advantage of a bad situation—like Sinead Branigan, who has found a way to create happiness for a nation of childless couples by stealing and selling the babies of post-apocalyptic Ireland.
When Mike and Sarah return from their search for John and Gavin, they find their home and compound deserted and their friends and family inexplicably gone without an apparent struggle. Will they be able to piece together the mystery in time to find their people? Or, like so many other things they’ve adjusted to in Ireland after the bomb, will they be forced to accept a new kind of life—one tragically changed for generations to come?
I really enjoyed the other books in this series, but this one dragged and just seemed to never end. I almost always finish a book, but this one is really challenging me. It is not good when you find yourself looking to see how many pages are left. The plot is not believable and she kills off one of my favorite characters. Well that's my rant. Sorry Susan, I really liked all the ones before this 🙄