[[ Reading ]] ➿ The Girl from Widow Hills Author Megan Miranda – Submitsites.info

[[ Reading ]] ➿ The Girl from Widow Hills Author Megan Miranda – Submitsites.info Everyone Knows The Story Of The Girl From Widow Hills Arden Maynor Was Just A Child When She Was Swept Away While Sleepwalking During A Terrifying Rainstorm And Went Missing For Days Strangers And Friends, Neighbors And Rescue Workers, Set Up Search Parties And Held Vigils, Praying For Her Safe Return Against All Odds, She Was Found, Alive, Clinging To A Storm Drain The Girl From Widow Hills Was A Living Miracle Arden S Mother Wrote A Book Fame Followed Fans And Fan Letters, Creeps, And Stalkers And Every Year, The Anniversary It All Became Too Much As Soon As She Was Old Enough, Arden Changed Her Name And Disappeared From The Public EyeNow A Young Woman Living Hundreds Of Miles Away, Arden Goes By Olivia She S Managed To Stay Off The Radar For The Last Few Years But With The Twentieth Anniversary Of Her Rescue Approaching, The Media Will Inevitably Renew Its Interest In Arden Where Is She Now Soon Olivia Feels Like She S Being Watched And Begins Sleepwalking Again, Like She Did Long Ago, Even Waking Outside Her Home Until Late One Night She Jolts Awake In Her Yard At Her Feet Is The Corpse Of A Man She Knows From Her Previous Life, As Arden MaynorAnd Now, The Girl From Widow Hills Is About To Become The Center Of The Story, Once Again, In This Propulsive Page Turner From Suspense Master Megan Miranda

10 thoughts on “The Girl from Widow Hills

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    I proudly announce that WE HAVE ANOTHER WINNER This year there will be so much competition between smart, heart throbbing, mind bending, terrifying thrillers I have to admit the plot of the book excited me so much A six years old sleepwalker girl leaves her house and she s not found for 3 days There is threatening rainstorm starts out there Rescue workers, neighbors and large groups of search parties look for everywhere to bring her home back Then she miraculously found by Sean Coleman with a nasty arm

  2. Meredith Meredith says:

    I actually enjoyed this one 3.75 stars The Girl from Widow Hills is a psychological thriller about a girl who became a sensation when she went missing as a child 20 years later, the events from the past have come back to haunt her, causing her to question all that she thought she knew Olivia has worked hard to bury her past, including changing her name, moving around, and isolating herself from others When she was six years old, her story captivated the nation She was the little girl who went missing

  3. Dorie - Cats&Books :) Dorie - Cats&Books :) says:

    I enjoyed one of this author s previous books, All The Missing Girls so I thought I d give this one a try I m glad that I did Although it started off a bit slowly, by 30 pages I was invested in the story.Can you imagine having something so traumatic happen in your childhood that your memory has been completely blocked That s what happened to Arden Maynor At six years of age she created quite a sensation in her small town of Widow Hills She was known by her mother to sleepwalk on occasion One morning her mother wakes

  4. Chelsea Humphrey Chelsea Humphrey says:

    Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.

  5. Ceecee Ceecee says:

    Twenty years ago six year old Arden Maynor from Widow Hills, Kentucky was swept away during a bad storm, her mother Laurel believed she had been sleepwalking Three days later, she was found underground and clinging to a drain cover by Sean Coleman She was injured but alive The media go wild and her mother spoke freely to them over the years which was quite lucrative Fast forward twenty years and Arden has changed her name to Olivia Meyer, she s working as a hospital administrator in Central Valley, N Carolina This is her story wh

  6. Sheyla ✎ Sheyla ✎ says:

    Olivia Arden Maynor suffered a traumatic event when she was only six years of age She was trapped during a rainstorm for three days before she was found and rescued.Since those days, everyone has wanted a piece of Liv s story through her childhood, teenage years and young adulthood To start over, after college, she changed her name She moved and currently she works in the administration office of a hospital Her childhood marked her She doesn t like closed in spaces She remains leery of giving any details from her past to anyone, includi

  7. megs_bookrack megs_bookrack says:

    Thank you so much to Simon Schuster for my ARC This sounds all sorts of intriguing and I cannot wait to start.

  8. Lori Lamothe Lori Lamothe says:

    4.5 stars Okay, first things first One of the stranger things about reading this novel was that I started out having an oddly similar experience to the main character, which is not to say I sleepwalk or that I got swept into a drainage system during a freak storm But every time Olivia walks into a room she gets a rush of deja vu as if people she knows she s just met are somehow familiar from another time and place And during the early chapters of The Girl from Widow Hills I kept getting that same rush.I knew this story Only I didn t A 6

  9. Virginie Virginie says:

    Always difficult to write a review that goes against the general appreciation, further when I really appreciated another book from the same author So, my thoughts I wasn t sure what to think of the premise, but I decided to trust Megan Miranda, since I really liked All the Missing Girls Finally, the story of The Girl from Widow Hills wasn t interesting nor believable Same for the characters The pace was too slow especially in the first third and then I wasn t sure where the story was going at all Also, all the articles, book excerpts, etc., between t

  10. Liz Liz says:

    I ve really enjoyed Megan Miranda s last three books, so I was happy to get an advance copy of this book And she s done it again another five star book It s an interesting premise for a book While sleepwalking, a six year old girl is swept away by a flood and is found alive three days later, clinging to a storm drain As a young woman, she changed her name to escape the media attention She s even estranged from her mother, who capitalized on her daughter s experience The case made all of us, and then it unmade us It s now twenty years later and as the anniversary o

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