Mother

The most chilling, unputdownable page-turner of the year

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Pub Date 18 Feb 2021 | Archive Date Not set

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Two Girls. One Chance.

When Lizzie's car crashes with her two daughters inside, she faces a terrible choice. And when she recovers from her injuries, she has to deal with the impact of that tragedy as well as the police investigation into it.

As Lizzie and her family struggle to come to terms with the events of that night, things take an even darker turn. Just what did happen on that remote country road? Who is responsible? And can the family get through this together...Or will the truth finally tear them apart?

A stunning, deeply emotional and beautifully realised cross between SOPHIE'S CHOICE and DAUGHTER.

Two Girls. One Chance.

When Lizzie's car crashes with her two daughters inside, she faces a terrible choice. And when she recovers from her injuries, she has to deal with the impact of that tragedy...


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As a mother of two children myself I absolutely loved this book. It stirred up some deep and raw emotions. It kept me gripped all the way through. I could relate to a lot of the thoughts and situations. I will definitely be recommending this book and I look forward to more from this author!

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It is the ultimate test: when pushed, which of your children do you save? That’s what Lizzie is faced with when her car plunges into a river, trapping her and her two daughters. While Lizzie gets out, she knows she can save only one child – but who does she pick? While a choice is made, she has to live with it, and the knowledge of there being a police investigation surrounding the accident. But things take an even darker turn than you imagine as a family already drowning in grief are pushed to breaking point. Everyone needs to discover what happened on that road – even if they don’t want to face up to the truth. This twists and turns in ways I wasn’t expecting but I raced through it. I can imagine mothers reading this and wondering how they would fare if faced with the same dilemma.

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