Book Review: Good as Gone

: Good as Gone by Amy Gentry
Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller
Print Date: July 2016


Short Review: A mystery that keeps you guessing with every turn of the page.

Long Review: Before I even started reading I was already drawing my own assumption of whether or not the woman that shows up on the family’s doorstep really is their missing daughter.  Due to this, I was second guessing everything throughout the book and it made me turn the pages even faster. This is another one of those mystery books that I can’t say too much about without giving it all away.

What I can tell you is this…read it!  It is written from a few point of views, but mainly from the mother’s. This lends a unique take on the events leading up to the abduction of Julie at the age of 13 and her return 8 years later. Not only are you kept guessing on the true identity of the woman who showed up on the doorstep, but also as to how she was abducted in the first place, and what she had to go through for all those years. Spoiler alert: It wasn’t pleasant!

This book is a true mystery and will not disappoint. Everyone at my book club enjoyed this one and no one had a bad thing to say about it.

“The worst doesn’t unhappen, but just like that, I am home.”
Anna – Good as Gone by Amy Gentry


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