Little Sister Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
A haunting, emotional and unnerving thriller laced with psychological suspense.
In the dead of night, Kate receives a phone call. Police have recovered her sister Anya's clothes and personal belongings at the poolside of a remote hideaway in Mexico - a place she had no idea Anya would be. Anya was last seen getting into a vehicle with a local diving instructor, but now he's missing, too.
Their relationship has been complicated ever since a devastating tragedy blew their family apart, but Kate cannot believe Anya would willingly travel somewhere so isolated with a man she barely knows...would she? In a race against time, Kate must fight to find her little sister before it's too late.
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 22 minutes|
|Audible.com Release Date||April 01, 2019|
|Publisher||Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #174,515 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#12,573 in Suspense (Audible Books & Originals)
#47,211 in Suspense Thrillers
#58,581 in Literature & Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
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When Kate receives a phone-call in the middle of the night informing her that her younger sister, Anya is missing in Mexico of all places - Kate's happy life is sent in to turmoil. Trying desperately to find a way to locate Anya 'before it's too late' is all Kate can focus on. Meanwhile, Anya is in Mexico. In a place no one would ever think to find her. And fighting for her life with every breath.
As a sister myself, I really felt the emotions Kate and Anya went through and found both accounts
from the sisters' touching. This is told from Anya, Kate and sometimes Will's (Anya's best friend) perspective - All I would say on that note is I would like it to have been set out a little clearer RE: Who is talking when. It wasn't headed or split in to chapters so you had to concentrate.
A great read - unique and enjoyable.
First of, I have to say, that even given Anya's reckless nature, I found it a bit hard to credit some of the decisions she made - going off on a risky adventure in a country like Mexico with a man she doesn't know makes her seem like an naïve idiot rather than a woman who has travelled a lot on her own - I'm surprised she even survived into her 30s! The structure of the book is all over the place - Mark gets so little space that it's hardly worth having his viewpoint at all, and by the time he gets to Mexico, all the action is virtually over. Kate is an interesting, well written character but Anya's narrative is the most compelling. Couldn't help thinking it would be better if the whole story was told from her viewpoint. A lot of the narrative simply serves to provide flashbacks to the tragedy in the sisters' lives that split up a once happy family. I had already guessed more or less what must have happened.
It did keep me gripped the whole way through but I was a little disappointed in the ending - I was hoping for a little more closure. Wouldn't really recommend it at the price.