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The Last Child
The Last Child | John Hart
After his twin sister Alyssa disappears, thirteen year-old Johnny Merrimon is determined to find her. When a second girl disappears from his rural North Carolina town, Johnny makes a discovery that sends shock waves through the community in this multi-layered tale of broken families and deadly secrets.
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flamingolucifer
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@izumi Thanks for this gift! Beginning it now!

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Coleen
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Pickpick

A better-than-average thriller, with the added perspective of a 13-year-old who‘s lost his twin sister. It‘s got some twists and turns and some sad bits as well.

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Acterry81
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I went into this book not expecting to like the writing, but I ended up loving it! Can‘t wait to read The Hush now! Anyone read any other books by this author?

Bookishthoughts This book was emotional, the ending broke my heart💔 We would all be so lucky to have some one love us as much as the little boy loved his sister💗 13mo
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luv4books
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I love thrillers, complicated plots, adventure..but if it‘s possible for a book to be too complicated, this was it for me.

RaimeyGallant Now you've got me curious about this one. Added to my #TBR! And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. (edited) 2y
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BookwormAHN
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I loved this book. It is a very emotional read. I cried at the end. A twelve year old boy goes looking for his twin sister who has disappeared in the hopes if he can find her he can fix his family. #orangeandblack #halloweenreads @Tiffy_Reads @JoeStalksBeck

Mdargusch Great photo! 🎃 2y
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princeowl
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I can relate to this boy and that's why so far, I'm enjoying this book way more than the previous. I fell off and took a pause and now I'm back on the train. #amreading

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princeowl
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I bought this and Down River at the same time. And so I figured, I'll give this a try and see if Hart's an author I can actually enjoy. I don't usually judge a writer by their one novel. #amreading

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Pamtherunner
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My rainbow isn't the prettiest, but I was able to find these! I have tons of books of what I though was every color, but they all seemed blue/black/grey on the spines! I also was a little short of time. My daughter helped with these. #bookrainbow #somethingforsept #septphotochallenge @RealLifeReading

RealLifeReading Still a lovely 🌈 3y
CogsOfEncouragement Yes, I went looking for a book that I KNEW was orange. Oh, it was - but not the spine. 😄 3y
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emilygatlin
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Not kidding about jumping back into reading now that the MS Book Festival is complete. Starting with my first John Hart book. He is THE NICEST GUY.

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DivineDiana
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Finished this while driving to the gym today! Audio books are enhancing my life big time. Looking forward to running errands! This story of a young boy whose twin sister is missing has so many twists and turns that it had me always on the edge of my seat!

ScrappyMags Another favorite many of my students chose to read. They LOVED IT! 3y
DivineDiana @ScrappyMags Did you read it, too? 3y
ScrappyMags Oh yes i loved it! 3y
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DivineDiana
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Looking forward to errands today so that I continue this nail biting (not really, just an expression) thriller on audio.

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CleverGirl
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The kind of book my dad would recommend because he read it for free and it wasn't terrible. Ok plot, not especially memorable, and characters were cliches. Kept reading because I heard there was a Big! Twist! It was more like a medium twist. Interesting enough for a long flight or waiting room.

flexnib Not his best. I just couldn't believe that a child would disappear and there wasn't more of a hue and cry. 4y
CleverGirl That's exactly right. If you e ever lived in a small community when a child goes missing, that's pretty much the opposite of what happens. 4y
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