BOOK REVIEW: The Night They Vanished by Vanessa Savage

BOOK REVIEW: The Night They Vanished by Vanessa Savage

My rating: 4/5
Buy this book: | Waterstones



A family with a secret. A past about to catch up with them.

 At thirty, Hanna has finally decided she's better off without her family. They hold her responsible for the incident that ruined their lives fourteen years ago and they've barely spoken since.

But then, whilst browsing a true crime website, she sees her family home listed as the site of a brutal murder. Number of victims: three. Date of crime: today. When the police investigate, they find no bodies, but the house is abandoned. Hanna's family have disappeared.




What a wild ride this book was! I thoroughly enjoyed this and found myself not being able to put it down. We follow a character called Hanna who has had a troublesome past and feels completely separated from her family. Until one day, she finds her family home on a website saying that they have been murdered. Hanna tries to track down her family and find out what has happened to them, but will she find them? Are they dead or alive?

A really gripping, fast-paced read that is great for crime lovers. Also great for anybody who is in a reading slump and would love to be submerged in an easy to read, but super enjoyable book!

I was kindly gifted this book at our monthly Swansea Bloggers Collective at Waterstones Swansea. You can find us all at #SBCollective, to find more reviews and other content! A massive thank you to @swanseastones, @littlebrown and @hachetteuk for gifting Swansea Bloggers Collective a great read.

Have you read this? Do you want to pick it up? You should!

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