Girl Last Seen: A gripping psychological thriller with a shocking twist

Girl Last Seen: A gripping psychological thriller with a shocking twist

by Nina Laurin
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Girl Last Seen: A gripping psychological thriller with a shocking twist 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous 9 months ago
So simple, so clear. Just open it and fall in love. and Take a Barnes $10 Off coupons code from bookscoupons.com
Anonymous 7 months ago
This book was insanely gripping. I absolutely loved it. Very realistic point of views from each character. What an incredible first novel by Nina Laurin. I hope there are many more to come after this, such a talented author. I will anxiously await her next book. I found myself reading deep into the late hours of the night just unable to put it down.
Anonymous 12 days ago
This was a quick read. I wish some parts had more details and better developed but overall I recommend
KrittersRamblings 22 days ago
Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings Laine is working two jobs and trying to support herself and it is revealed early on that she had a hard childhood with a major experience that forever changed who she was. While working one of her jobs, she sees a missing report, but this one seems different from the rest and pulls her in to figure out what happened to this girl. I loved the premise of this story and the first half worked so well for me, but somewhere half way thru I got lost and couldn't really get back into it. There was a big thing about her past and what happened to her and how it happened that I just didn't get nor enjoy. I actually rolled my eyes and got frustrated with the book because I just didn't think it worked with the rest of the story.
K_P_Knupp 4 months ago
Holy crap! This book is intense, but in the most amazing way. It's raw and real. You feel and hurt for Laine. You will be angry and begging to know who did it. Who's continuing to do it. It keeps you guessing as you try to piece together the clues. The story stays raw, emotional, and real through and through from beginning to end. The end is exactly how it should be. True horror fills these pages because you can truly put yourself in this character's life. Definitely a must read.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Kept my interest for every page!
mamalovestoread22 More than 1 year ago
Girl Last Seen is a hauntingly good tale that had me intrigued from the first page, it was suspenseful, dark, and packed with many twists and turns that left me more than a little shocked! When Detective Sean Ortiz walks back into Lainey's life she instantly knows that it isn't for a pleasant visit, she can see it in his face, he's brought trouble with him, trouble that is certain to turn her carefully constructed life upside down. He needs her help finding a missing girl, and he has a hunch that the person who took her all those years ago, is involved. But she isn't so sure she is willing to travel down that road again, she has just now gotten to where she can breath a small sigh of relief, and look over her shoulder a little less. But then again the thought of another little girl suffering the same fate she found herself in all those years ago, makes her want to help... but at what cost? This was my first read from this author and I have to say I am quite impresses with what I found, I was looking for a read that would keep me on the edge of my seat and this one did that for sure! The story line was well crafted, contained lots of emotion and suspense, and it had my thoughts swirling more than once. Highly recommend this one, it's a gripping read, that is sure to have you on the edge of your seat and holding your breath the whole way through!!
Deb-Krenzer More than 1 year ago
Crazy, crazy ending. This one had me very confused at times, due to the main character, Ella/Lainey. She was a very strange bird, but I guess I would be also if I had been abducted and held captive for 13 years. That being said, I enjoyed reading the book. And the ending blew me away. Definitely recommend! Thanks to Grand Central Publishing and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.
JBronder More than 1 year ago
When Ella Santos was 10 years old, she was abducted. She was sexually, physically, and mentally abused for three years until she was released. Her kidnapper was very careful, not giving her enough information that could be used to catch him and still had not be caught. Ella has changed her name to Lainey and has been trying to deal with this for the last 10 years. But one day as she is putting up fliers of missing children she sees a little girl that is 10 years old and looked just like Lainey when she was abducted. Although she wants to move on she knows she has to do something and although it’s going to be tough, she is going to have to relive her past to save Olivia Shaw. This book is heartbreaking. Lainey goes through hell and back yet has no way to identify her kidnapper. Then she is trying to live with the abuse that was done to her and that her kidnapper is still free. You can’t blame her for turning to drugs, alcohol because all the horrible decisions she has made since then. I wanted to cheer for her as she started hunting the kidnapper down yet then there were times I would get so frustrated at her. This was a great thriller that had me turning the pages and up all night to see what was going to happen next. Lainey may not have been a perfect character but she was willing to fight to save Olivia and herself. I received Girl Last Seen from Grand Central Publishing for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Debut author Nina Laurin has created a stunning dark and gritty thriller. Just when you think you know what's going to happen next, Laurin veers hard left and takes you down an unexpected and intriguing path. The plot is full of twists and sure to keep you turning pages late into the night. Main character Lainey is, first and foremost, a survivor. But the three years she spent suffering under the hands of a sadistic kidnapper left their mark on her, both physically and mentally. Now a young adult, she is appalled to learn that another young girl has gone missing...and that this girl's case bears some remarkable similarities to hers. She's enlisted to help in the hunt for the missing girl and must face hard truths about her own past that threaten to consume her. The effects of Lainey's abuse and resulting PTSD filter into every aspect of her life. She self-medicates her intense anxiety with drugs (prescription and otherwise) and keeps her distance emotionally from those around her. The author handles Lainey's mental state with deft compassion and truth. At no point do you pity Lainey, but you always empathize with her. Lainey is raw and real, and you flinch every time she makes a bad mistake while understanding exactly why she's doing it. GIRL LAST SEEN is character-driven suspense at its finest. You suspect everybody and trust nobody. Exactly what I want in a psychological thriller. Highly recommend. *I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.*