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DescriptionNothing Life as Ava Garrison knew it ended the day her toddler son Noah went missing. In the two years since, she's been in and out of Seattle mental institutions, existing in a fog of grief. Noah's body was never found, and everyone assumed he drowned after falling off a dock. Until recently, Ava thought so too. . . Is More Dangerous Since she moved back home, Ava has experienced unsettling visions. She hears Noah crying in the nursery, glimpses him walking near the water. Her family, her psychologist, and her estranged husband are concerned for her well-being. Or are they worried about what she might discover? Than The Truth Did Noah really die, or is Ava losing her sanity? The deeper into her memories she goes, the more fearful she becomes. Ava thought her son's disappearance was the worst thing that could happen to her. But before this nightmare ends, she'll discover how terrifying the truth can be. . . "A pure nail biter." --Harlan Coben "Shiveringly good suspense! " --Lisa Gardner, "New York Times" bestselling author
This novel started out with promise but then it started to drag rather quickly and did so for 75% of the book. I found myself skipping pages, and I HATE to do that. I am used to reading Tami Hoag, Lisa Gardner, and Chevy Stevens; their books never disappoint me. However, this one made me never want to read another Lisa Jackson book. Life is too short to read stuff you don't love. There were good things such as the spooky setting and the ending. However, there were just too many characters and it went off on too many tangents to keep me interested. I found many parts of the story unbelievable and forced. I'm so glad that it's over!