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Saturday, 12 November 2016

Review: Frailty: a haunting psychological page-turner

Frailty: a haunting psychological page-turner Frailty: a haunting psychological page-turner by Betsy Reavley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars




Frailty by Betsy Reavley #BlogTour @Bloodhoundbook


Today I am delighted to be on the blog tour for Frailty and it’s a double celebration as today is also publication day! 
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About this book…

How far would you go to protect your family?
Danny and Libby are about to face every parent’s worst nightmare.
When eight-year-old Hope Bird disappears without a trace, from the idyllic village where she lives, life for her family will never be the same again. Her parents know she would never have gone off alone and the police have no idea where she is. Then a child’s shoe is discovered and the case takes anunexpected turn. Soon a suspect is identified but this is only the beginning.
Will they ever find Hope? 
Frailty is a haunting, gritty, psychological page-turner about the choices we make.


This is AMAZING
I have need enraptured and captured within the confines of this read.
It's grief, its loss of a child, where is she? who knows, who can help?

The accused
The facts, the loopholes.

We have Hope, the little girl missing, her childish voice that beckons you as you read. Her voice pityingly real wanting her family. Where is she? It's dark. She's lonely.

Her Mother, her anguish while she struggles to also look after Hopes little sister.

The Father who goes in search for his daughter, his first born.

It was poignant at times both from the parents point of view and from Hopes scared little voice coming from the pitch blackness she endured.

I was on tender hooks throughout. Will she be found? Won't she?
Whose responsibility is this, did the Mum act unwisely allowing a six year old to go to the shop?


The plot in this book is pure genius!
I didn't know what the ending had in store for any of these characters, let alone Hope.

I am so glad that I was gifted this book to read.

Highly recommended



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