Review: All That is Lost Between Us


Seventeen-year-old Georgia has a secret – one that is isolating her from everyone she loves. She is desperate to tell her best friend, but Sophia is ignoring her, and she doesn’t know why. And before she can find out, Sophia is left fighting for her life after a hit and run, with Georgia a traumatised witness.

As a school psychologist, Georgia’s mother Anya should be used to dealing with scared adolescents. However, it’s very different when the girl who needs help is your own child. Meanwhile, Georgia’s father is wracked with a guilt he can’t share; and when Zac, Georgia’s younger brother, stumbles on an unlikely truth, the family relationships really begin to unravel.

Georgia’s secret is about to go viral. And yet, it will be the stranger heading for the family home who will leave her running through the countryside into terrible danger. Can the Turner family rise above the lies they have told to betray or protect one another, in order to fight for what matters most of all?

Set against the stark, rugged beauty of England’s Lake District, All That is Lost Between Us is a timeless thriller with a modern twist.

My Rating: 5 stars

My Review: 

All That is Lost Between Us is the most intriguing novel of all. Readers are left with so much suspsense that it’s hard to let go of the book, until every last page has been read. Sara Foster has careated a very realistic, terrorfying and most dangerous story I have seen. The characters are wrapped tighly within their own secrets from one another that it’s now comsuming them. Walls that they thought they have built up, to protect those they love, are now being torn apart. Once the secrets are let loose, will the danger stop? Or will it consume them whole? The fear and intensity of this stunning plot will keep luring readers deep into the heart of it all. I loved reading this pyschological thriller. Sara Foster’s words come to life and will continue to leave readers on the edge of their chairs. I highly recommend All That is Lost Between Us to readers everywhere.


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