What would you do if you woke up in your home… but it wasn’t your home at all?
When a man wearing a picture mask of her daughter Maisie’s face stands tauntingly in her garden, Lily Russell does the smart thing and calls the police. When she and Maisie wake up the following morning in an exact replica of their home, held captive by that same man, the police are no longer an option. Surrounded by the rooms and things that once provided comfort and now only promote fear, Lily and Maisie must fight to survive. Because when no one knows where you are, you are your only hope.
Wow, this book was so addictive. The majority of the book gave no real indication of the reason for Lily and Maisie being taken. I just wanted to keep reading and couldn’t put it down. I had come up with all these theories about why they were taken and who took them. I was completely wrong. For me, the actual reason came out of nowhere. I didn’t like that the characters involved and the reason couldn’t really have been guessed. It was a bit random and I felt no connection to it. I was a bit disappointed because I had enjoyed the book so much up until then. But the story was so good that I can’t not recommend it. It was such a good thriller and was so easy to read. I am looking forward to reading more from this author.