Bring Me Back

Bring Me Back


Finn and Layla: young and in love, their whole lives ahead of them. Driving back from a holiday in France one night, Finn pulls in to a service station, leaving Layla alone in the car. When he returns, minutes later, Layla has vanished, never to be seen again. That’s the story Finn tells the police. It’s the truth – but not the whole truth.

Twelve years later, Finn has built a new life with Ellen, Layla’s sister, when he receives a phone call. Someone has seen Layla. But is it her – or someone pretending to be her? If it is her, what does she want? And what does she know about the night she disappeared?

Our Review

Bring Me Back is a hard book for me to review because I don’t really know what I think of it. I enjoyed it and I wanted to finish it but there were times when I felt it was a bit repetitive. I also guessed at the ending although I don’t think it was particularly obvious, although there were clues.

Finn and Layla are on their way back from a trip away when they decide to stop at a service station. Finn goes to use the bathroom and when he comes back Layla has gone. That is what he tells the police at least but is that the truth?

Twelve years later Finn is happy in a new relationship, engaged to be married to Layla’s sister Ellen. Then signs start to appear suggesting Layla is still alive.

The characters in this book were well thought out but I feel like I didn’t really become attached to any of them.

Our Final Rating...

Our Rating

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