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Splinter Sixteen Year Old Sami Hasn T Seen Her Mother In Ten Years And Neither Has Anyone Else The Police Suspect Sami S Father Had Something To Do With Her Mom S Disappearance, But Sami S Never Believed That Her Mother Chose To Abandon Her And Start A New Life It S That Simple.Yet Now, New Evidence Has Emerged About Another Missing Woman Who Used To Be Involved With Sami S Dad Coincidence Or Evidence That The Cops Have Been Right All Along As Sami Investigates On Her Own, She S Forced To Question Everything She Thought She Knew About The Dad Who S Always Been There For Her And The Mother Who Supposedly Abandoned Her And If Her Dad Didn T Kill Her Mother, What Did Happen

  • Hardcover
  • 298 pages
  • Splinter
  • Sasha Dawn
  • English
  • 17 December 2018
  • 9781512411515

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10 thoughts on “Splinter

  1. says:

    Release Date January 1, 2017 Genre Young Adult MysteryThere seems to be some confusion on the release date of this book says the kindle version will be available on January 1, while goodreads and even netgalley says March 1 But, I am going to go with on this one and say January 1 With that being said, this is a really good YA thriller novel I was pretty much glued to the pages all the way through until the end and I was unable to figure out the mystery that is involved in the story Towards the end when all the pieces finally come into play and we do figure out what happened, I was shocked So expect the unexpected because you will not guess who dun it This story is about a girl named Sami whose mother went missing 10 years ago To Sami, her mother just abandoned her but others like the police think that something sinister has happened This is because there has been no trace of her since she has been missing save for a few post cards here and there anyone can send postcards though So the case stays open because so many questions remain Is Sami s mom alive Is she dead What happened The number one suspect has always been Sami s father, but because officers can t place him at the scene or even find any clues or forensic stuff to link him to her disappearance, he stays out a free man Sami of course doesn t think that her father had anything to do with it, but then again, the secrets he keeps and prior issues in his life leads her and everyone...

  2. says:

    Samantha lives in the shadow of her mother s abandonment, her father as a suspect in her disappearance Now, he s linked to another missing, presumed dead ex, and she begins to question his innocence SPLINTER has everything I love in a thriller a compelling main character, interesting minor players, an interesting plot, multiple viable suspects and a conclusion...

  3. says:

    I was drawn to this book by the book cover From the book cover I thought that this story was going to be dark and suspenseful This may still be the case but I did not stick around long enough to find out I got about a third of the way into the story and could not continue The conversations between Sami and the detective with the repeating back and forth or between Sami and her father were painful I had no faith in the detective solving the case without Sami s help It was like he was just waiting for Sami to feed him all of the information she found Example is when Sami and the detective were talking about why he did not find a piece of evidence and it was suggested that it may have been because it was put there after the search was completed From the little that I knew about Sami s father, he was not the friendliest You would think for someone that wanted to prove they ...

  4. says:

    An enjoyable readAn engaging murder mystery that keeps you on your toes A tale of a young girl trying to come to terms with the mystery of her mother s disappearance.

  5. says:

    This book is mindblowing It is an entrancing and captivating book that kept me on the edge of my seat This is possibly the best young adult thriller I have ever read.

  6. says:

    Not the best thriller I ve ever read As a matter of fact, there was nothing thrilling about it It was very repetitive and than a little dull the way the main character I ve already forgotten her name spends most of her time alternating between suspecting her father and stepmother of the crime, and hating herself for suspecting them The ending is very anticlimactic I was suspe...

  7. says:

    I personally was not a fan of this book I didn t feel like I really knew the main characters I didn t know much about her, I didn t know her story, or her relationships in the book I also felt that the story jumped to the resolution very quickly since it was a murder mystery the whole story was kind of the climax, everything was happening quickly and then everything changed abruptly and we knew who the murderer was right away, there wasn t much build up I think the story could ...

  8. says:

    Review copy received from publisher As a thriller, I thought the story is predictable and over descriptive This disrupted the flow of the storyline and build up to the climax.Sami has an incredible, and totally unrealistic, memory of her first six years...

  9. says:

    16 year old Sami has not seen her mother in 10 years, although an occasional postcard will arrive in the mail Her father has been under police scrutiny for years, but nothing has tied him to any crime When new evidence appears that points to a missing person from her father s past, will Sami s faith in her father waver Will her stepmother and stepsister be lost to Sami, just like her mother Will a friend from the past return just in time Splinter is a good mystery suspense thriller, taking readers on a journey with Sami to discover the truth surrounding her mother s disappearance I liked the progression of the story, in that the author realistically showed how an investigation would work The testing of theories, the collection of evidence, and the constant rehashing of the timeline are meth...

  10. says:

    Where were all these talented YA authors when I was a teenager First you have the Hunger Games trilogy, which I read ages ago, but still remember fondly Then, you have Winning, which I read very recently and loved Now we have Splinter, which is even better than Winning All I had was the Twilight series, and that didn t even come out until I was 19.Actually, I think I was still reading juvenile fiction when I was that age.Anyway, Splinter is the story of a sixteen year old girl, Sami short for Samantha , whose mother disappeared when she was six The police, as well as most of the town, think her father killed her, but Sami is certain that he s innocent But now, while her father and her stepmother are in the middle of a divorce, new developments on the decade old case are springing up from here to Atlanta, Georgia As Sami s world begins to crumble around her, she must come to terms with the fact that there s a lot she doesn t know about some of her dearest friends and family.I m a sucker for mysteries if they ve got a good plot and a good author I wasn t entirely sure how I d like this one, since I d never read anything by Sas...

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