Blackout by Emily Barr

BlackoutSophie wakes up in a strange room, in a strange city and she has no idea how she got there. As Sophie’s head begins to clear, she quickly realises that getting home to her family is a priority. She has no money, no passport, no phone. And there is no sign of her baby. What should she do?

this is a short read of barely 100 pages but the story grabs you from the start. This thrilling story moves along swiftly and makes the reader anxious to know the outcome. Can Sophie piece together everything that has happened before it’s too late? It had a great nail-biting end!

Alison

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