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Cat hasn’t been to Montgomery Falls, the town her family founded, since she was twelve years old. Since the summer she discovered she could do things that no normal twelve-year-old could do. Since she had her first kiss with Riley Fraser. Since she destroyed their friendship. Now, five years later, she’s back and Riley has disappeared. For the last three months no one has he Cat hasn’t been to Montgomery Falls, the town her family founded, since she was twelve years old. Since the summer she discovered she could do things that no normal twelve-year-old could do. Since she had her first kiss with Riley Fraser. Since she destroyed their friendship. Now, five years later, she’s back and Riley has disappeared. For the last three months no one has heard from or seen Riley. And while there are all sorts of conspiracy theories about where he went, neither the police nor his parents are any closer to finding him. When Noah, Riley’s brother, asks for help in discovering what happened, Cat is torn between wanting to learn the truth and protecting the secret that she’s been guarding ever since that summer she and Riley stopped speaking. But then a girl is discovered floating in the river, barely alive with no knowledge of who attacked her or why. With the possibility that someone out there is hunting teens, Cat must make a choice: Use her unusual ability to discover the truth and find Riley or keep running away from a power she can’t control. Only one choice will put her in a killer’s sights…


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Cat hasn’t been to Montgomery Falls, the town her family founded, since she was twelve years old. Since the summer she discovered she could do things that no normal twelve-year-old could do. Since she had her first kiss with Riley Fraser. Since she destroyed their friendship. Now, five years later, she’s back and Riley has disappeared. For the last three months no one has he Cat hasn’t been to Montgomery Falls, the town her family founded, since she was twelve years old. Since the summer she discovered she could do things that no normal twelve-year-old could do. Since she had her first kiss with Riley Fraser. Since she destroyed their friendship. Now, five years later, she’s back and Riley has disappeared. For the last three months no one has heard from or seen Riley. And while there are all sorts of conspiracy theories about where he went, neither the police nor his parents are any closer to finding him. When Noah, Riley’s brother, asks for help in discovering what happened, Cat is torn between wanting to learn the truth and protecting the secret that she’s been guarding ever since that summer she and Riley stopped speaking. But then a girl is discovered floating in the river, barely alive with no knowledge of who attacked her or why. With the possibility that someone out there is hunting teens, Cat must make a choice: Use her unusual ability to discover the truth and find Riley or keep running away from a power she can’t control. Only one choice will put her in a killer’s sights…

30 review for You Were Never Here

  1. 4 out of 5

    daph pink || 君は

    always trust your inner intuitions and don't fell for beautiful covers!*sigh* because when you will read the synopsis of this book and will see that beautiful cover and ponder upon that title you will experience three things :- a) a strong urge to read this b) again a strong urge to add this to your tbr and read it later on c) blah wtf is this? pick your poison! if you are (c) congrats you are safe, but if you are intelligent ones like me please continue at your own risk , I have warned you! Well spea always trust your inner intuitions and don't fell for beautiful covers!*sigh* because when you will read the synopsis of this book and will see that beautiful cover and ponder upon that title you will experience three things :- a) a strong urge to read this b) again a strong urge to add this to your tbr and read it later on c) blah wtf is this? pick your poison! if you are (c) congrats you are safe, but if you are intelligent ones like me please continue at your own risk , I have warned you! Well speaking of the book , Yikes . Blah . Meh After I completed this book , I was like *Ahhhhhhhhhhh* Mind you this is not my scream , it's a sign of relief for finally putting it off my tbr! Okay what was this book supposed to be ? a super cool murder mystery , with some cool characters and some hint of magic or psychic abilities? Correct! I had some expectations from this and none of them were fullfilled , let me tell you what this book was in short :- 1. Not anywhere near to the title 2. Stupid plot(acc to synopsis it sound extra cool but when you complete it sound stupid)+ lacks of thrill + predictable twists + 330 pages of uninvited torture 3. Stupid nonexistent teen protagonist and antagonist ( ohh boy I swear , if I could , I would have killed him right from the start he stepped in the book) 4. And yess a Big Reveal that was boring as fuck! Let's go in order :- 1. Title thing This was the most interesting aspect of the book that the title was no way near to the contents. If anyone understood it please tell me , I am dumbass? 2. Plot thing First thing , it's not a murder mystery, it's a missing person mystery. So don't except any gruesome murders or blood or thrill or chills or whatever you are expecting. And second , Who doesn't love having psychic powers? Who doesn't love using those to solve mystery? And who doesn't want to sound and act cool with those powers? Certainly not our protagonist!!! Well we will speak of that later on. But speaking of this story , it started really story with all those introductions and setting but then it went downhill and in the middle I had strong urges to DNF it but then the story spiced up a bit and then again that end that fucking end? The idea for this book is SO COOL. Which is why it’s extra lame that I found the first 300-ish pages to be very, very boring, and also found the Big Reveal to be - while not predictable - also boring, and generally speaking was very bored by this whole thing. And one point this whole Riley thing was so repetitive and boring I literally skipped through 20 pages or so and they were still stuck at the same thing! Yess and the twists and turns were predictable because one , there weren't many and two after reading so many y/a thrillers I am sure what could the possible outcomes may be. 3. CHARACTERS thing Okay here are a bunch of assholes , together trying to solve the mystery and cracking lame Stephen king and horror trope jokes ? Cat(use your powers for once wisely) , Aidan(shut up, you are lame and none of your actions are justified) , Noah(I will protect you baby) , Skylar ( ahhh , thanks for being in the book to fill the quota of heartbroken gf of the missing boy) , Joey( ohh the mysterious guy) , Chase ( why were you in the book?) . Cat , the heroine , one with powers of self doubt , girl you live up to yourself , stop self doubting yourself , please for once stop !! I was so frustrated with her inner dialogues and her monotonous tone of content blabber I wanted to slam her with a lecture of self worth and self love. And I wanted to know more about those powers she had?? 4. Big reveal, ending , was it worth it? (view spoiler)[ Boo, garbage , that end was such a stupid way of ending things , and that explanation I am not a big fan of how things ended , especially without explaining anything about Cat ? Her power ? How she got them? and whole story was about Riley and this big reveal sort of overlooked that thing , like we were expecting it to be something BIG and AWESOME, which clearly it wasn't! (hide spoiler)] Hence very very disappointing , totally didn't saw that coming , you can skip this one , because there is a book going to be released in 2021 She's too pretty to burn , it is sort of same like in the big reveal but definitely more enjoyable!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)

    I really enjoyed Peacock's Hemlock series years ago so when I saw she had written a new book, a thriller at that, I knew I had to read it. This was everything I love in a good page turning mystery that keeps me on my toes and in a thriller that really knows how to get the heart pumping. I could not put this one down. It was everything I was looking for and then some. I loved the setting, the characters, the mystery and of course the touch of paranormal that I always crave in a good read. It kept I really enjoyed Peacock's Hemlock series years ago so when I saw she had written a new book, a thriller at that, I knew I had to read it. This was everything I love in a good page turning mystery that keeps me on my toes and in a thriller that really knows how to get the heart pumping. I could not put this one down. It was everything I was looking for and then some. I loved the setting, the characters, the mystery and of course the touch of paranormal that I always crave in a good read. It kept me wondering, guessing, and most of all, turning the pages eagerly awaiting the next clue, the next thrill ride, the next puzzle to piece together. I can't recommend this enough. It reminded me all over again what a treat it is to read one of this author's books and how much I enjoy her writing. A perfect read to get out of my own head, from the worries of the world and be immersed in a good story that takes me away and into another place, into new characters, and into something that lets you let it all go, relax and enjoy the ride. *ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*

  3. 5 out of 5

    여리고

    Extending my deepest gratitude to Edelweiss and HarperTeen for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review. However, this does not affect any opinions or feedback stated concerning the book whatsoever. Quotation used is subject to change upon publication. TW: Missing person, physical violence, fatphobic comment, (view spoiler)[death (hide spoiler)] "I used to think that once things broke, you couldn’t put them back together, that the cracks would always be present and there was no p Extending my deepest gratitude to Edelweiss and HarperTeen for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review. However, this does not affect any opinions or feedback stated concerning the book whatsoever. Quotation used is subject to change upon publication. TW: Missing person, physical violence, fatphobic comment, (view spoiler)[death (hide spoiler)] "I used to think that once things broke, you couldn’t put them back together, that the cracks would always be present and there was no point in trying. I think I’m starting to realize, though, that if all you ever do is walk away, you end up with nothing in the end." This was a book I couldn't help but rather admire yet at the same time decry. For one thing, I did not feel anything for the main character except vexation at the very least. The execution was great, just not that compelling enough. The buildup was quite suspenseful at the start, then went downhill for some time in the middle, then went unnerving and spine-tingling again and somewhere before it got to the ending, the plot kind of swerved to anticlimactic, without ever revealing in complete fashion the most significant matter in the story, the thing that made the main character meander about to investigate in the first place. Plus the main character slowly got to my nerves. At first, she had been bearable but when this particular issue stood frequent for her to frown upon, that became my last straw. I thought she was supposed to be unapologetically curvy and confident to live on her own terms after she moved to Montgomery Falls for the summer, what with the horrible things she had been through back in New York that had to do with her inherited curse/gift, depending on how readers look at it. But then when this one guy started to show a particular interest in her, she swiftly took it upon herself to deny thinking about it because she thought no one would actually be attracted to someone like her over some skinny, life of the party babe. My mind roiled instinctively and went like, 'hey you, own yourself up. You are absolutely ravishing just the way you are.' As if my voice would go sailing all the way through the pages, let alone be heard by this fictional protagonist. There was also more telling than showing. At one point, I got tired of plowing through Riley's past as it became too perpetually mentioned than necessary, kind of like the author excogitated a way for the protagonist to dance around the main issue for a little while, talk about and deal with personal angst and then proceed to more details at random the next. In a way, it was kind of intriguing to follow, if a little grueling. But the thing I had not fully grasped on until the ending was how the main character and her lineage scored such a unique gift/curse. Where it had started from and what had caused it to occur, that I have not the slightest idea since it was not explored deeply enough. That was where the story lacked along with the thrill that it should have impelled consistently up until its very last page. I was also not the biggest fan of how things wrapped up in the end. Aside from it being conveniently constructed, it failed to throw in full closure into the bargain. I was not satisfied with it all, to say the least. Be that as it may, when it comes to the writing, it was remarkably seamless, coherent and perspicuous that I had no trouble comprehending what the author wanted to portray. And although the idea is not necessarily in mint condition and unheard of, I find the concept predominantly the magical realism aspect of the mystery amply inventive and bohemian as the whole thing was applied to a modern and almost lifelike era. You might not have known it yet but I confess to having a thing for this type of stories and typically the lot of it goes right up my alley. Plainly speaking, I would have liked this book more if it hadn't been for the factors I mentioned before. But hey, I still liked it enough to reach the conclusion even though it has taken me a month to do so. The potential the author has shown in her devising and writing skills was evident in the pages. I believe the book has emitted enough attestation to suggest it. I do also know the author is steadily bound to up the ante in terms of developing plots and raise the bar for the entire writing community when it comes to masterful storytelling of high caliber. While this book does not nearly compare to some others I have ever had the pleasure to come upon, it does have its rare and eccentric appeal you may find yourself evincing a predilection for.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    You Were Never Here is a Young Adult suspense/mystery. It has been years since I've read a book by this author. So when I saw that she had written a new book I was so excited. The narrator is Mary Catherine/Cat (1st person POV). The story takes place in the fictional Canadian town of Montgomery Falls. The book mentions Montgomery Falls being near Saint John. So I'm just guessing that this town is somewhere near New Brunswick. When the book begins Cat is on a bus from New York to Canada to see her A You Were Never Here is a Young Adult suspense/mystery. It has been years since I've read a book by this author. So when I saw that she had written a new book I was so excited. The narrator is Mary Catherine/Cat (1st person POV). The story takes place in the fictional Canadian town of Montgomery Falls. The book mentions Montgomery Falls being near Saint John. So I'm just guessing that this town is somewhere near New Brunswick. When the book begins Cat is on a bus from New York to Canada to see her Aunt Jet. Cat is 17 years old. And she hasn't been back to her family's home since she was 12. When Cat gets to Canada she realizes that something has happened to one of her childhood friends. And that is the main focus of the mystery. It took me a little while to become truly invested in this story. But once I was I could not stop reading. The book has two main male characters: Aidan and Noah. Aidan rents a room from her aunt. And Noah is the boy next door. My favorite thing about this book is that Cat is not like other teen girls. She is special. And she has an ability that made this book so interesting. This book is full of mystery and suspense. And the second half of the book was so strong. I did not want to put it down. The book has some romance. But the main focus is the amazing mystery. Overall, the last part of the book was very good. And it was full of some enjoyable surprises. I could see teens (and adults) really liking the mystery. Thanks to edelweiss and HarperTeen for allowing me to read this book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Meadows

    Suspenseful.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nenia ✨️ Socially Awkward Trash Panda ✨️ Campbell

    Nooo, why would you compare this to Kara Thomas? MY TBR is long enough

  7. 4 out of 5

    Angie Jenkins

    This book was so much fun! I loved the mystery/thriller elements paired with the just a hint of fantasy aspects. I enjoyed Cat & her awareness of her own vulnerability, and her desire to be brave & fight monsters. I also loved that the story didn’t take the easy way out around the ending & leaned into the tone that had been present consistently. Definitely recommend as a fun thrilling read. This book was so much fun! I loved the mystery/thriller elements paired with the just a hint of fantasy aspects. I enjoyed Cat & her awareness of her own vulnerability, and her desire to be brave & fight monsters. I also loved that the story didn’t take the easy way out around the ending & leaned into the tone that had been present consistently. Definitely recommend as a fun thrilling read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Madison

    Let’s hear it for books about murder and mystery and teenage investigators and slightly paranormal skills. You Were Never Here is an atmospheric mystery that hooked me right from the start. Fans of The Body Finder (and wow, do I have a lot of those fans in my library) are just going to adore You Were Never Here. Cat hasn’t been to Montgomery Falls since she was twelve. Now her father is sending her there to stay with her aunt. Cat is dreading the summer, but it becomes a lot worse when she learns Let’s hear it for books about murder and mystery and teenage investigators and slightly paranormal skills. You Were Never Here is an atmospheric mystery that hooked me right from the start. Fans of The Body Finder (and wow, do I have a lot of those fans in my library) are just going to adore You Were Never Here. Cat hasn’t been to Montgomery Falls since she was twelve. Now her father is sending her there to stay with her aunt. Cat is dreading the summer, but it becomes a lot worse when she learns that her ex-best friend Riley has been missing for three months. Written off as a runaway, the police and town have no leads. Riley’s brother asks Cat to help discover what really happened, and after Cat and her new friends discover a girl floating half dead in the river, Cat agrees. But there is something most people don’t know about Cat - she can discover a person’s worse secrets just by touching them. This book has so many things going for it. Alongside the mystery of the missing or hurt teenagers, the reader is also given the mystery of what happened last term at school that caused Cat to be so secretive about it and for her father to send her to Montgomery Falls, completely cut off from the world. There is also, of course, Cat’s unusual ability. How she got this ability is never explained, aside from the women in her family having special gifts for generations. Her father refuses her to talk or acknowledge it and while her aunt has her own gift, she too has been forbidden to speak of it. That’s okay, though, as the focus is not on the how or why of Cat’s gift, but rather far more on her acceptance of it and how she might use it to help find Riley. And really, she uses her intellect and sleuthing to find the clues more than her ability. The romance - gah the romance. I needed at least three more chapters to explore that ending!!! And that’s all I am saying on the matter. I really enjoyed Cat as a protagonist. She is fat (her word) and while she wants to be confident in that and embrace her body and wants the people around her to accept and love her for who she is, she struggles with doubt and other people’s opinions. Cat is not scared to walk into scary situations, but she doesn’t do it blindly. She is smart and that always makes for fun reading. The whole mystery is very cleverly done and I really enjoyed how it all unfolded. I had my suspicions about the culprit and there was a very nicely laid clue which at first I dismissed but later came back to, and it all came together in a surprising but believable way (even though it is rather nasty). The mystery is concluded in this books and the story finished, but I really hope we return to Cat and her friends in another book. The publishers provided an advanced readers copy of this book for reviewing purposes. All opinions are my own. Find more reviews, reading age guides, content advisory, and recommendations on my blog Madison's Library

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mara (marasfoldedpages)

    Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy for review! There are so many thoughts going through my head right now, I stayed up way too late to finish this one. The last 150 or so pages really suck you in, and you have to know who did it. The whole setup is so good, there were so many possibilities and even easter eggs right under her nose that add up and come together at the end. I really like Cat, and her being described as a self-conscience 'chubby red head' made her so unique as a prota Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy for review! There are so many thoughts going through my head right now, I stayed up way too late to finish this one. The last 150 or so pages really suck you in, and you have to know who did it. The whole setup is so good, there were so many possibilities and even easter eggs right under her nose that add up and come together at the end. I really like Cat, and her being described as a self-conscience 'chubby red head' made her so unique as a protagonist. This is a well done mystery and I like Montgomery House, but I especially liked how it wasn't the main setting either, the town of Montgomery Falls itself was. Cat's gift is so interesting, I really enjoy how special and unique her ability mysteriously is. And how the lore and connection to her ancestors was explained and made a logical connection in a sense, but is also not the main focus of the novel. The magic realism really made this novel so likeable. However, I didn't like how the premise of her being in Canada in the first place isn't very clear, and even when it's revealed, there isn't a lot of resolution to that situation. It's also unclear where she will live (country wise) or what she will do regarding living with her dad or aunt. She goes through a character arc of realizing her previous friend wasn't a good relationship for her to be in, but at the end she plans on going back to see her. Overall, I really liked this magic realism mystery. The writing was real and interesting, and I can't believe we were tricked along with Cat. 5/5 stars!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Zev

    The title is not relevant to the story in any way, and is vague besides, given the genre of YA mystery. It is much better fitting of a romantic drama. Sigh. This book was boring after the halfway mark. It was weird to have the protagonist, Cat, be a Nancy Drew type, but pushy and unlikeable, when the book established they had an active police department from the beginning. Annoying YA cliches include but are not limited to "crooked smile," "of course he doesn't like me." You were confident until The title is not relevant to the story in any way, and is vague besides, given the genre of YA mystery. It is much better fitting of a romantic drama. Sigh. This book was boring after the halfway mark. It was weird to have the protagonist, Cat, be a Nancy Drew type, but pushy and unlikeable, when the book established they had an active police department from the beginning. Annoying YA cliches include but are not limited to "crooked smile," "of course he doesn't like me." You were confident until a boy showed up. I hate that authors make such a choice. Lacey was a bad best friend and I was annoyed. I hoped Cat would develop better friendships. She sort of did. Skye was...she felt like three different stereotypes crammed into one and I didn't like it. I almost wonder if she was originally three separate characters. During a scene where I thought, "Oh, Cat doesn't have a flashlight! This will be interesting," she had a backpack full of props she would need in the very next sentence. She is never shown packing this, or even thinking about it. She even has a lead pipe as a weapon. I CALL BULLSHIT AND PLOT CONTRIVANCE. I was SO unhappy with every page of the book afterward. At least the cover on the copy I checked out was pretty.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    There aren't many mystery books that can stump me on who the bad guy is but this story was one of those rare occasions. This story mixes mystery with a bit of supernatural, first love/crush and a chubby protagonist that appears shy but is really determined and amazing. Getting sent to live with your aunt over the summer with no phone or laptop sounds pretty bad but so does arriving at said aunts place only to find out your childhood friend is missing and quite possibly dead. I found myself really There aren't many mystery books that can stump me on who the bad guy is but this story was one of those rare occasions. This story mixes mystery with a bit of supernatural, first love/crush and a chubby protagonist that appears shy but is really determined and amazing. Getting sent to live with your aunt over the summer with no phone or laptop sounds pretty bad but so does arriving at said aunts place only to find out your childhood friend is missing and quite possibly dead. I found myself really enjoying the book and even more so the irony of Cat's father sending her away to keep her out of trouble only for her to land face first into even bigger trouble. https://www.instagram.com/s/aGlnaGxpZ...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Amber at Fall Into Books

    I read this in one sitting. Fantastic mystery/thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat until the very end.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jessica (a GREAT read)

    I received this ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. I was in no way compensated for this review. Kathleen Peacock returns to the world of YA writing wither her debut thriller, You Were Never Here! I was most excited when I saw Kathleen was writing again, and though it’s not a book about werewolves, a thriller is the next best thing! This was an exciting and eerie mystery that was near bone-chilling in its darkness. The mystery really grabbed hold of me and did I received this ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. I was in no way compensated for this review. Kathleen Peacock returns to the world of YA writing wither her debut thriller, You Were Never Here! I was most excited when I saw Kathleen was writing again, and though it’s not a book about werewolves, a thriller is the next best thing! This was an exciting and eerie mystery that was near bone-chilling in its darkness. The mystery really grabbed hold of me and did not let up until I reached the very end! After an untold event that was BIG, Cat is forced to spend her summer with her aunt in Canada while her writer father goes off to another conference. She isn’t exactly thrilled with the turn of events, but there’s no reason for her to stay home where her best friend, and nearly everyone else hates her for what happened. We eventually learn what this event was around the halfway point of the book, but it’s a tad minor in the grand scheme of things and really only serves as the basis for Cat to be sent on her “Adventure.” Cat comes back to the place she spent much of her childhood, her aunt’s boarding house that’s a bit empty since it’s summer and usually has college students for the school year. A few tenants remain, like the charming Aidan, but Cat is more of a loner these days and doesn’t like getting close to people, for more reasons than one. The reason Cat always holds herself back from people is that when she touches them, she sees things, things that the person hides from others and these aren’t always good things either. Cat reconnects with her old best friend, Riley’s, brother, Noah during this trip. She hasn’t seen Noah since her last visit to Canada when Riley learned of her secret and withdrew from her. But Riley is missing, has been missing for months now and Noah wants Cat’s help in trying to find him. He doesn’t know the exact extent of her gift, only that with her, he can find out where his brother is or where he went, the rumor is that he ran away, but Noah doesn’t believe that. Things really shake up when a girl who was missing turns up with a trinket that belonged to Riley. This was quite the mystery, let me tell you. I will say that it does get drawn out a bit. I wouldn’t say there are too many moments of normalcy, thankfully, just that mystery isn’t a quick one. Granted there are scattered moments where the focus isn’t on clue finding and what not, but I felt like Kathleen did a very good job of drawing the story out without losing this reader’s interest. Things definitely get a bit bone chilling as Cat looks from one person to another as a potential suspect. At one point I considered a suspect on a technicality but then dismissed it later on, but then ended up being right after all. Kathleen has a nice pool of whodunits and honestly I was ready to believe that any or all or a combination of them was “the guy,” so to speak. There was also an added romance element, and a love triangle of sorts to boot. While Cat could easily see herself falling for Aidan, she can’t help but feel a spark between her and Noah as well. It’s a complicated love mess to say the least. Though there are sparks and moments here and there between her and both guys, I was happy to see that the romance was not a strong factor for the story. Merely, a side element to add a bit of tension. Another thing that I loved about Cat was that she wasn’t your typical heroine. I feel like your standard heroine is always some thin girl either who’s really short or just of average height. Calls herself unremarkable, blah blah blah. We’ve all seen it. Here Cat is more of the heavier set and for some reason that just made it really relatable. She has her self-confidence issues like any teenager, but I don’t know how else to describe why I liked seeing a more realistic heroine in this novel, but I did. As I might have mentioned the ending and BIG reveal was nothing short of mind-blowingly amazing! I did suspect the culprit but as I said, I thought it was too easy. Well, apparently I need to stick to my instincts! Lol. But what I also liked about the reveal was how it was still pretty shocking even as more and more clues were fed along the way. Little clues that can be easily discounted at first glance. The marks of a great mystery are when everything comes together in a natural way and you’re left stunned! I guess in some sense I didn’t really care for the reasoning behind all the crimes committed, I was hoping for something MORE, but at the same time they felt utterly believable so it works in a sense. You Were Never Here was a spine-tingling good read! It’s the perfect kind of read for a cold winter’s night right before drifting off to sleep. It’s a read that will keep you guessing until the very end. Kathleen is a natural at the thriller genre for her first take at it and I hope to see more reads from her in the near future! Overall Rating 4/5 stars You Were Never Here releases October 20, 2020

  14. 4 out of 5

    Wendy MacKnight

    What a fabulous book! Devoured it in one sitting. This suspenseful YA mystery is so deftly woven that the reader is guessing about the outcome until the very end. Even better, the characters are fully drawn, memorable, and real. Peacock’s heroine, Kat, is a likeable, flawed, individual who feels like someone you know. Her insecurity and intelligence infuse the book with its heart. This book is wonderful!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    Cat's on her way to Montgomery Falls from her home in New York to spend the summer with her aunt. She's escaping a bit of mysterious trouble with her best friend. She hasn't been back since she was 12 and is surprised to see that her friend, Riley, went missing a few months ago, and no one bothered to tell her. This was...okay. I didn't love it. Cat's power was too vague to be interesting. It might be because I read most of this on my phone during slow times at work, so I couldn't really build u Cat's on her way to Montgomery Falls from her home in New York to spend the summer with her aunt. She's escaping a bit of mysterious trouble with her best friend. She hasn't been back since she was 12 and is surprised to see that her friend, Riley, went missing a few months ago, and no one bothered to tell her. This was...okay. I didn't love it. Cat's power was too vague to be interesting. It might be because I read most of this on my phone during slow times at work, so I couldn't really build up any steam with the story, but I just didn't love this one. I don't know if Cat's background wasn't filled out enough or it was just because of how I read it. Eh.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carina Olsen

    This book was all kinds of thrilling and I am so glad that I read it. I mean, I knew that I would, as I have been a fan of Kathleen for years now. And this new book by her sounded amazing. Happy to say that it very much was so. Giving this four stars, as I loved pretty much all of it. A few small issues, nothing big. I adored it. Will begin by saying that the writing was perfection. No trouble at all connecting to the characters and story. Which was the best. I adored reading about all of the cha This book was all kinds of thrilling and I am so glad that I read it. I mean, I knew that I would, as I have been a fan of Kathleen for years now. And this new book by her sounded amazing. Happy to say that it very much was so. Giving this four stars, as I loved pretty much all of it. A few small issues, nothing big. I adored it. Will begin by saying that the writing was perfection. No trouble at all connecting to the characters and story. Which was the best. I adored reading about all of the characters. So much. The setting was great; I liked this town. A small part of supernatural, family powers. It was so good. Really liked all of the twists. Well written. I loved the main girl, Cat, the very most. The whole book is from her point of view, which was awesome. Getting to know this girl was simply the best. Most important, she was fat. Like me. And I very rarely get to read books where the main character has been fat. I can only recall one book right now. Which is disappointing. As reading about Cat was so very amazing. I loved that she was chubby. I loved how awesome she was. I loved how her being fat was mentioned in this book. How it was not a big deal. Simply put, this book was written so well. And Cat was the very best. And I am so glad that Kathleen wrote her as bigger than most characters in books. I so need to read more books with chubby girls. I know there must be more like this one; which was so good. But that was not what this book was about. We get to meet Cat just as she is crossing the border into Canada. She's leaving her home to spend the summer with her aunt Jet. As her dad kicked her out and took her phone and laptop away, for reasons we do not learn until later. I did not like her dad. At all. He was okay at times, but yeah. Not a good dad. I disliked Jet at times too. Oops. But she turned out to be pretty much awesome and I grew to love her too. Cat has not been to visit her aunt since she was twelve. Back when she learned something about herself and when she lost her best friend. One of the things that I loved about Cat was the secret about what she could do. How she could touch someone and see things. It was so awesome and I loved it most. I wish she didn't feel like she could never touch anyone. How she had been so alone and without touch for so many years. It was sad, but understandable too. I completely adored Cat. She had some faults, but I loved all of them. She was so cute and adorable and fully fierce. We learn so much about her in this book. We learn about her past, what happened before this summer. And what happened those five years ago. We learned about her and Riley, her best friend for the summer she was twelve. She and him were amazing together. It broke my heart to read about how they stopped being friends. They were both at fault, but gosh, how I wish Cat had done something about it. Ahh. They were so good together back then. Sigh. But yeah. I loved reading about her past. Most about her present. Cat makes some new friends when she arrives at her aunt's place. First the boy renting a room in the big house. Aidan. I will confess that I did not like him. Oops. He was fully handsome and flirted with her all the time. Which she wanted. And yet I did not like him. Most likely because we got to know the boy next door too, Noah. Riley's older brother. Riley had been missing for three months. Noah would do anything to find out what happened to him, to find him. Noah was dark and mysterious. And I loved him right away. I would not call this book a love triangle. Sure, there are two boys. But romance was not a focus of this book. There was no drama. I had no bad feelings in my stomach. Okay, maybe this was because I never liked Aidan, haha. I wanted Cat with Noah. She is attracted to Aidan. But it feels like she has feelings for Noah. And though this book had almost no romance, for reasons, I shipped them so very much. Reading about Cat becoming friends with both of them were so great, though. I loved that she slowly opened up. There was also Skylar. Whom was all kinds of adorable. I loved that girl. And her growing friendship with Cat was simply the best. And Joey and Chase too. They were great new friends. Well, I hated something Joey said. Very much. Hmph. But the others were great, haha. I just loved getting to know them. I loved getting to know Cat and growing to love her. I loved shipping Cat and Noah more and more. Okay, I wish there had been more romance. Sigh. But this book was still almost perfect and I enjoyed it so very much. This book was about Cat trying to figure out what happened to Riley. Where he went. Did he choose to go, was he taken. A girl ends up in the river, almost dead. She does not remember what happened to her. But Cat is shaken. And want even more to know what happened to Riley, her once best friend. There was mystery in this book. Liked that very much. The final reveal was pretty great. I did somewhat wish there had been more death, ha. But I still liked this plot so much. And the town it was set in was awesome too. Yoou Were Never Here was just as amazing as I expected it to be. Thrilling and exciting. Most amazing chubby main girl. A great mystery. I was worried about the romance, but I had no reason to. I only wish there had been more. Four stars, as I wish there had been a little more scary parts. And more romance. And because I felt like there were a lot of moments where nothing happened. Oops. But I did not mind at all. Such a great book. Thank you HarperTeen for letting me read this early via Edelweiss. So glad I did. --- This review was first posted on my blog, Carina's Books, here: https://carinabooks.blogspot.com/2020...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Christie

    There are so many things to admire about Kathleen Peacock’s YA novel You Were Never Here, but let’s just start with the fact that it’s set in New Brunswick. I can’t tell you how much fun it was to read a book that takes place in my home province. Okay – now that that minor squee is out of the way, let’s talk about Mary Catherine Montgomery aka Cat. Cat has been exiled from New York City, where she lives with her screenplay-writing father, to her Aunt Jet’s in small-town New Brunswick. (The town i There are so many things to admire about Kathleen Peacock’s YA novel You Were Never Here, but let’s just start with the fact that it’s set in New Brunswick. I can’t tell you how much fun it was to read a book that takes place in my home province. Okay – now that that minor squee is out of the way, let’s talk about Mary Catherine Montgomery aka Cat. Cat has been exiled from New York City, where she lives with her screenplay-writing father, to her Aunt Jet’s in small-town New Brunswick. (The town is called Montgomery Falls, but I pictured Fredericton, for those of you to whom that means something.) Aunt Jet is the caretaker of the family’s now crumbling ancestral home, which she operates – out of necessity – as a boarding house. The reason for Cat’s exile and her subsequent banishment creates just one of You Were Never Here's mysteries. Another is the disappearance of Cat’s childhood friend Riley Fraser. The boy in the picture is handsome. Chiseled jaw and wavy hair kind of handsome. The kind of handsome that gets crowned prom king or maybe class president. Even though the smile on the boy’s face looks forced around the edges, it’s wide enough to bring out the dimple in his left cheek. … There are a thousand Riley Frasers in the world, and the boy in the poster is mine. Riley Fraser has been missing for months. The two had been friends the summer they were twelve (five years ago, and the last time Cat had been to Montgomery Falls), but something happened between them (another mystery) and even though Cat knows “I don’t owe Riley Fraser anything – not after the last thing he said to me”, knowing that he has disappeared is deeply unsettling. Cat has no intention of doing anything other keeping to herself while she’s in Montgomery Falls, but then she meets gorgeous Aidan Porter, one of Montgomery House’s boarders. He proves to be a welcome distraction as Cat tries to process not only what happened back home, but also her complicated feelings about Riley, their truncated friendship, and his disappearance. Those feelings become even more complicated when she bumps into Riley’s older brother, Noah. At first, Noah seems disinterested in his brother’s whereabouts, but soon he and Cat team up to try to solve the mystery of what happened to Riley. And there’s yet another mystery in You Were Never Here which has to do with Cat herself. She seems very reluctant to touch people. There’s an incident on the bus from NYC to New Brunswick, when Cat hesitates before letting a woman sit beside her. …there’s only so much you can do when you’re big. You can twist and contort all you want, but volume is volume, and with both of us “fat” – “overweight,” my dad always corrects, as if that somehow sounds better – a trickle of sweat forms where our hips press against each other. Cat’s size is only part of the issue, though. (And how awesome to encounter a protagonist who is not a ‘perfect’ size zero; neither is her weight a punchline or flaw.) The other reason for Cat’s reluctance to touch people is germane to who Cat is, but I’ll let you discover that secret on your own. I flew through You Were Never Here because it was all the things I love in YA: well-written, suspenseful, peopled with realistic characters, and loads of fun. The last third of the book was so tense, I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. The fact that I was in a somewhat familiar setting was just the icing on the cake. Highly recommended. 4.5 stars

  18. 5 out of 5

    Living Under A Book

    // Writing - 4/5 // Characters - 3.5/5 // Plot - 4.5/5 // Engagement - 5/5 // Overall - 4/5 // Intensity Scale - 7 (scale of 1-10) // You Were Never Here by Kathleen Peacock, is an electrifying novel that will leave you hungry for more. I LOVED this book. I have been extremely busy lately so I have been in a huge reading slump. This book definitely got me out! I was amazed by how suspenseful this book was. It had many jaw-dropping twists and turns that I would've never expected. This book is perf // Writing - 4/5 // Characters - 3.5/5 // Plot - 4.5/5 // Engagement - 5/5 // Overall - 4/5 // Intensity Scale - 7 (scale of 1-10) // You Were Never Here by Kathleen Peacock, is an electrifying novel that will leave you hungry for more. I LOVED this book. I have been extremely busy lately so I have been in a huge reading slump. This book definitely got me out! I was amazed by how suspenseful this book was. It had many jaw-dropping twists and turns that I would've never expected. This book is perfect for fans of Netflix's Outer Banks and Stranger Things. I'm not sure if Peacock is planning to make a sequel, but I hope she does because I would be one of the first to buy! The novel is about a girl names Marry Cathrine. Her childhood friend goes missing and she is willing to do whatever it takes to find him while trying to control and understand her strange abilities. She makes new friends, goes on thrilling adventures and learns that the town of Montgomery Falls holds many secrets. Writing - I love Kathleen Peacock's writing style. I can't place what it is, but something about it is just different, it stands out from other books I have read (I've read quite a lot). The detailed way she describes everything keeps you on the edge of your seat. It also helps you vividly picture the story in your head. Her ability to make you really think outside the box is amazing. Characters - The characters in this book weren't very strong. Most of them were pretty basic. They were very similar to the typical characters that are seen often in YA novels. However, that doesn't mean they weren't extremely likeable. I fell in love with every character in this book and grew very attached. The main character Cat was very funny, and unique. The way she directed information to solve these mysteries was fascinating. Even though I loved them, they were pretty generic. I would've appreciated a bit more diversity. Plot - The plot for this book was executed wonderfully. So much was constantly happening and new things were always developing whether I was aware or not. It was thrilling and exciting, as well as heartbreaking and tragic. There are a lot of plot twists so be prepared! Or don't, sometimes it's more fun that way. Engagement - Once I got about 100 pages into the book I couldn't stop reading! It is so immersive and exciting. I just needed to know what would happen next. When I saw I was nearing the end I felt a little upset because I never wanted it to be over it was just that good! I have been super busy and have been struggling to stay concentrated on things like my school assignments and reading but this book acted as a cure for that! Intensity Scale 7 - This book is pretty intense if, like me, you are new to the thriller/suspense genres. There was nothing too graphic; it was mostly how suspenseful the novel was, and some of the disturbing topics included. I was sitting on the edge of my seat for half the novel! It never stopped. Overall - If you are looking for an intense, and empowering novel you should definitely try this novel. I have officially added it to my list of favourites. It does have some heavy topics such as murder but if that doesn't bother you, give it a try! Content Warning: Mental health, Death, Murder, Violence

  19. 5 out of 5

    Raji

    Find this review and more on my blog at Worlds Unlike Our Own . Thank you to the publisher, Harper Collins Canada, and HCC Frenzy for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Cat Montgomery arrives in Montgomery Falls to visit her Aunt for the summer after some terrible events back home in New York, only to find out that her childhood friend, Riley Fraser, is missing. Even after three months, no one is any closer to finding him and he seems to have simply disappea Find this review and more on my blog at Worlds Unlike Our Own . Thank you to the publisher, Harper Collins Canada, and HCC Frenzy for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Cat Montgomery arrives in Montgomery Falls to visit her Aunt for the summer after some terrible events back home in New York, only to find out that her childhood friend, Riley Fraser, is missing. Even after three months, no one is any closer to finding him and he seems to have simply disappeared. Montgomery Falls hasn’t yet had its fill of mysterious events though, and when a girl is found floating in the river with no memories of who attacked her, it seems like Riley’s disappearance may not have been an isolated incident. When his brother Noah asks Cat to help him in discovering what exactly happened, Cat is torn: she wants to find out the truth, but to do that, she will have to use the ability she has spent most of her life running away from. This was everything I like in a thriller and I found myself turning the pages late into the night, it was literally impossible to put down! The backdrop of a small town almost in the middle of nowhere was perfect to set the mood and the added touch of paranormal was a surprise, but one that worked very well. The mystery is a bit drawn out and there are several moments where the focus is on much more mundane happenings, but it is done in such a way that the plot remains engaging. In fact, I was so caught up in the story that I definitely did not see the reveal of the culprit coming at all. Cat was an interesting protagonist, and I liked that she was brave enough to walk into potentially dangerous situations, but never recklessly so. She struggles with controlling her ability of reading people’s secrets with a single touch, which has made her lonely over the past years, and it was nice to see her slowly making friends and opening up to them. However, the book took way too long dancing around the issue of what exactly happened in New York due to which Cat was sent to live with her Aunt for the summer, not to mention the events of the one summer she spent with Riley. I thought the former turned out to be quite minor in the grander scheme of things, honestly. And of course, the one big question I had, about exactly Cat’s family ended up with this gift, was never answered. Her power was also left to vague descriptions that made it sound much less interesting than it should have been and she ends up using her detective skills to figure things out more than her ability anyway. Overall, I enjoyed this mystery, and there were definitely moments that sent chills down my spine. This was my first time reading a book by this author, and I am definitely interested in checking out her other books now. Thank you once again to HCC Frenzy for the review copy, as I probably would not have come across this book otherwise and would have missed out on such a fun read! I would definitely recommend this book for fans of thrillers and mysteries.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Sanborn

    Cat Montgomery has been banished from New York by her often preoccupied father. He took her phone, her laptop and sent her to Canada to stay with her Aunt Jet. Cat hasn't been to the ancestral home in Montgomery Falls since she was twelve years old. The irony isn't lost on Cat that what drove her away from Montgomery Falls then is what has sent her back there now. Cat has messed up yet another friendship and is reeling from the wreckage of her life. When last she was in Montgomery Falls, Cat's b Cat Montgomery has been banished from New York by her often preoccupied father. He took her phone, her laptop and sent her to Canada to stay with her Aunt Jet. Cat hasn't been to the ancestral home in Montgomery Falls since she was twelve years old. The irony isn't lost on Cat that what drove her away from Montgomery Falls then is what has sent her back there now. Cat has messed up yet another friendship and is reeling from the wreckage of her life. When last she was in Montgomery Falls, Cat's best friend was a boy named Riley Fraser. Now five years later, Cat learns that Riley is missing, and the prospects of finding him do not look good. Other things have changed. Montgomery House is in financial distress, so Aunt Jet has had to take in boarders. Cat has to share the grand estate with strangers. Cat is also far more aware of the dangers of her "gift" than she was when she was twelve. She is careful not ever to let her skin touch another person. She doesn't want the uninvited visions that brings- the visions that have driven her friends away. For all her caution and attempts at social isolation, Cat makes friends in Montgomery Falls- something she thought she'd never allow herself to do again. It is on an adventure with these friends that a dark plot becomes exposed, surrounding the town in even more suspicion, fear, and the hunt for someone capable of perversion. Cat may loathe her gift, her visions, but they may be the only way to find answers. I was prepared to give this paranormal mystery 5 stars right up until the very end. However, the ending was problematic for me. The antagonist's reasons for their malice do not seem plausible. I don't buy into their story. However, the rest of the book was beautifully orchestrated and extremely engaging. I look forward to more from Kathleen Peacock. 4 stars Ages 13+

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Wow! I could not put this book down. This is one of the books you finish and begin immediately craving another just like it. Due to a terrible incident, which is not revealed to the reader until long into the read-though it is alluded to, Cat is forced to move to Montgomery Falls to live with her Aunt. Long ago, Cat's family founded the town, that has slowly deteriorated and become dependent on the local University to survive. Now, Cat's Aunt lives in their huge old family home, where she rents Wow! I could not put this book down. This is one of the books you finish and begin immediately craving another just like it. Due to a terrible incident, which is not revealed to the reader until long into the read-though it is alluded to, Cat is forced to move to Montgomery Falls to live with her Aunt. Long ago, Cat's family founded the town, that has slowly deteriorated and become dependent on the local University to survive. Now, Cat's Aunt lives in their huge old family home, where she rents rooms to tenants in an attempt to hold on to the place. The last time Cat visited the family home was years ago when she spent the summer with her best friend, Riley. The summer ended with a disagreement, another explanation the reader is going to wait for- if you want suspense you will get it with this one. Upon arriving in Montgomery Falls, Cat finds out her friend has been missing for awhile. Remember when I said that you'll get suspense with this read? Well, also important to know is Cat possesses a special "gift"/"curse" depending how your perspective. And perspectives vary among characters, especially her father who wishes to pretend it doesn't exist. Cat makes quick friends, that she (and the reader) can't sure about trusted. Will she be able to help find her friend? Will her gift be useful? This book offers clues throughout keeping the reader engaged. There is a non-sappy love triangle which is always a bonus. Highly recommend. I am hoping for sequel. I was given an advance reader copy of this book on Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ariana

    Blind Book Date Review!! The hint that intrigued me to purchase this blind book was, “Bad girls go to the New York.” I honestly thought it was going to be based on adventures of rebellious girls in a big city. I was entirely off, but I mean I feel that’s the whole premise of a blind book date. To catch you off guard and shock you. However, to say I was shocked with this one would be an understatement. Synopsis: Cat Montgomery goes back to Montgomery Falls, the town her family founded, after five Blind Book Date Review!! The hint that intrigued me to purchase this blind book was, “Bad girls go to the New York.” I honestly thought it was going to be based on adventures of rebellious girls in a big city. I was entirely off, but I mean I feel that’s the whole premise of a blind book date. To catch you off guard and shock you. However, to say I was shocked with this one would be an understatement. Synopsis: Cat Montgomery goes back to Montgomery Falls, the town her family founded, after five years. But not so much for a trip “back home.” Upon her arrival, Cat learns her childhood best friend Riley Fraser has been missing for a few months. In complete disbelief, Cat feels unsettled and desires to know what happened despite being hesitant at first. Knowing Cat’s supernatural abilities, Riley’s older brother Noah seeks her help in figuring out truth. 4/5🌟 Being the only the second mystery/thriller I’ve read I feel I cannot really make judgment on whether it’s well written or not. I am a complete wimp when it comes to these type of books so whatever I think may be suspenseful & riveting may not be to others😅. I had a lot of mixed emotions throughout this entire read, but there’s no denying it kept me HOOKED. I feel Peacock well formulated a story that readers may think is predictable off the bat. The plot twist had me shook!! However, I felt surprised but also not surprised? It was like an “OHHH” moment that just made complete sense.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shazia Khan

    Happy Belated Book Birthday to You Were Never Here. Thank you HCC Frenzy for sending me this ARC. I'm not the biggest fan of spooky season as I tend to scare very easily but I do love reading thrillers around this time of year. I was really happy to receive this ARC as it was described as an engrossing young adult mystery with a hint of magical realism. Cat Montgomery has a secret. She's not like everyone else and things did not end well the last time someone close to her discovered her secret. Fi Happy Belated Book Birthday to You Were Never Here. Thank you HCC Frenzy for sending me this ARC. I'm not the biggest fan of spooky season as I tend to scare very easily but I do love reading thrillers around this time of year. I was really happy to receive this ARC as it was described as an engrossing young adult mystery with a hint of magical realism. Cat Montgomery has a secret. She's not like everyone else and things did not end well the last time someone close to her discovered her secret. Five years later, she returns to her hometown only to find out that her childhood friend has disappeared. It's only a matter of time when Noah, Riley's brother, asks Cat to help him investigate the disappearence. While the killer lurks in her town, Cat is torn between wanting to find out what happened to her friend and protecting her secret . I enjoyed the touch of paranormal mixed into the mystery. It made the whole story more compelling. I do wish we learned a bit more about Cat's family history. It was briefly mentioned but I felt the need for a little more insight. I also feel like the Montgomery house could have had a little more focus? I liked the idea of a huge spooky house and was expecting it to play some kind of role in the mystery. I have to say the author did surprise me with the twist in the end. Definitely a good read for spooky season.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Vikki VanSickle

    I love a small town mystery, and this YA thriller with a slight supernatural bent really hit the spot. After a somewhat shady incident in New York, Cat returns to Montgomery Falls, a small town on Canada's east coast, to discover that her former childhood best friend is missing. As she investigates, the mystery gets even stranger and more sinister things start happening in town. Cat is staying with her slightly witchy aunt in a big house full of boarders, and it's clear that she also has a touch I love a small town mystery, and this YA thriller with a slight supernatural bent really hit the spot. After a somewhat shady incident in New York, Cat returns to Montgomery Falls, a small town on Canada's east coast, to discover that her former childhood best friend is missing. As she investigates, the mystery gets even stranger and more sinister things start happening in town. Cat is staying with her slightly witchy aunt in a big house full of boarders, and it's clear that she also has a touch of magic about her, something that she has always viewed as a curse. This is an atmospheric read with swoony love interests and very satisfying twists. Readers of YA thrillers will eat YOU WERE NEVER HERE right up.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Alma

    I was sucked in – hook, line and sinker. As I followed clues with Cat I thought I had a pretty good idea of the guilty party, but was SHOCKED to be proven wrong. Kathleen Peacock was very devious. Very devious indeed. To find out more about this great book go to my blog. Are you following it yet? Put in your email address on my blog "Should I read it or not?" to get my full reviews: https://shouldireaditornot.wordpress.... I was sucked in – hook, line and sinker. As I followed clues with Cat I thought I had a pretty good idea of the guilty party, but was SHOCKED to be proven wrong. Kathleen Peacock was very devious. Very devious indeed. To find out more about this great book go to my blog. Are you following it yet? Put in your email address on my blog "Should I read it or not?" to get my full reviews: https://shouldireaditornot.wordpress....

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer MacMullin

    Thank you to HCC frenzy for sending me an ARC! One thing I really enjoy in a good mystery/thriller is when there are unexpected twists, and this one surprised me! I thought I had it all figured out, but I was wrong! I loved the small town setting and the fact that Cat has a supernatural gift. I’d definitely recommend this if you’re looking for a small town YA thriller with supernatural elements!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Zuza

    I liked this mystery a lot. It has interesting characters, a small-town setting, and a bit of supernatural element which I so enjoyed. Cat (the main character) is returning to her home town, where she learns that her childhood friend went missing. She teams up with his brother to try solving the mystery of his disappearance. She has a bumpy road ahead. The question is, will she solve the mystery before she disappears too?

  28. 4 out of 5

    Anna Mueller

    I loved this book so much. The way it’s written really keeps you wanting more. I felt like I was write there with Cat in the story. It keeps you on yours toes and is addicting to read! I was so sad when it ended!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tom Ryan

    Review to come.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

    Ah, such a great book. More thoughts on it in a few days once I’ve processed it.

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