Review of: No One Can Hear You, by Nikki Crutchley @rararesources

He said that they’d let me go on purpose. That they could easily find me if they wanted to. He said that they didn’t want me. That I was too much trouble. He said if I went to the cops, he’d know. If I told Sonya, he’d know. If I talked to friends or teachers, he’d know. He told me to pretend it didn’t happen. He told me to consider it a compliment, that I was too strong. His last words to me were, ‘Just forget’.

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A girl is taken as a teen ager and escapes. Only to live her next sixteen years in fear and constantly remembering the ordeal she went through. Faith Marsden is a young girl who has not had a great start in life, but can she change her future? Can she overcome the pain and the fear of what happened when she was sixteen years old?

Zoe Haywood is a young woman who has had to make her own way in life. Not because she didn’t have a home and a mother, but because she always knew that she was not wanted. She is a strong minded woman with morals and a stubbornness that could get her into trouble if she is not careful.

Faith and Zoe were friends in high school and reunite in this story to put an end to young girls being taken, never to be seen or heard from again.

This story had a quite a few twists that kept me wondering who these women would find at the end of the string of missing women. I was at all prepared for the conclusion. I really enjoyed reading this book and was drawn into it completely. I wanted Faith to have peace and be able to go on with her life and have a good life. This book had be questioning everyone that Faith and Zoe came across when trying to get help. I give this story a 4.5 star review and highly recommend it to anyone who likes suspense and a book with many twists in it.

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