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They were supposed to die.
Five years ago, the residents of the Gerbera subdivision in the small town of Fallen Oaks were brutally murdered in their beds. The only survivors, now called The Fallen Oaks Five, were children - practically strangers at the time, forever connected by the weight of all they witnessed.
Now grown, the anniversary of their families’ deaths approaches, and the Fallen Oaks Five receive letters of warning: The killers are still out there, and they aren’t finished with them.
In a race against time and murderers who remain both faceless and nameless, the Five must return to their old homes in order to piece together the events of a night they’d all rather forget.
Their old town is riddled with secrets, and every person they come into contact with is a suspect.
With everything at stake, can the Five solve the mystery and finally learn the truth about the night that cost them everything? Or will they find themselves victims of a fate they should’ve succumbed to years ago?
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Not her best, but an interesting twist at the end. It just felt like a short story rather than a book. It might have been better if there had been more explanation about exactly why the events happened, it felt sort of glossed over.
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- MJ Family
Where have editors gone?
I thought I would really like this one but it was so hard to listen to. Even the strong narration couldn’t save it. For starters, did anyone read it before publishing? Do they realize the author used the words “truth be told” at least 12 different times? Six times in the first 45 minutes. I get it - you’re telling the truth - take a red pen to that garbage please!! As for the story, I found the whole thing very confusing. I’m still not sure exactly why it all happened. The last 30 minutes about 25 characters were discussed, none of them doing much of anything meaningful. Save your credit unless you enjoy poor writing and keeping track of characters who don’t actually do anything. Disappointing.