Title: And Then She Vanished
Author: Nick Jones
Series: #1 of Joseph Bridgeman
Format: Kindle Ebook
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He only looked away for a second.
Still haunted by the disappearance of his little sister Amy over twenty years ago, Joseph Bridgeman’s life has fallen apart. When a friend talks him into seeing hypnotherapist Alexia Finch to help with his insomnia, Joseph accidentally discovers he can time travel. His first trip only takes him back a few minutes, but his new-found ability gives him something he hasn’t felt for the longest time: hope.
Joseph sets out to travel back to the night Amy went missing and save her. But after several failed attempts, he discovers the farther back he travels, the less time he gets to stay there. And the clock is ticking.
With the help of Alexia, Joseph embarks on a desperate race against the past to save his sister. Can he master his new skill and solve the mystery of Amy’s disappearance before it’s too late?
My rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
First and foremost, I’m quite late reading this book. I was granted an ARC of this last year from Edelweiss.✌
Recently I got a finished copy of this book from the Kindle store. So the one I read and the one I’m reviewing is no longer the ARC but a finished copy.😄
The theme for this book is time travel which is my favorite theme of all time.😍
This is the story of Joseph who suddenly got the ability to travel back in time. Joseph or Joe as friends call him has been living in guilt and grief due to the disappearance of his younger sister Amy. Given the chance to change things, he will do everything to solve the mystery of her sister’s disappearance.
The writing is very engaging. It was a smooth read for me. I finished this book in one seating. The mystery of what really happened to Amy kept me reading this book until the end. I did not even speculate on what truly happened. I was just so into the story, I was reading so fast hoping to know what the mystery is all about.
The plot is amazing. A lot of twists and turns. The setting of the time line is linear. No multiverse or parallel universe. I love every direction the story went to.😍
The characters are likeable and interesting. It’s been a while since I enjoyed reading a book. This is my second 5 star rating for this year.🤩
I’m definitely continuing with the series. Recommended for fans of time travel books.😁👍
TW/CW: grief, suicide
*Thanks to the publisher for granting me access of this book via Edelweiss. This review is voluntary and contains my honest thoughts and opinions of the book.*
It’s been a while since I enjoyed reading a book. So happy. 😍