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Stolen Girl

Written by: Sarah A. Denzil
Narrated by: Joanne Froggatt,Rosalie Craig,Gerran Howell
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Publisher's Summary

Emma, Aiden and Gina stand on the brink of a new life. After the trauma of Aiden’s abduction and return, they are slowly healing and returning to a fragile normality. Emma is desperate to protect her children, but the world is fascinated by Aiden, the silent child who is finally learning to speak for himself.

Against her better judgment, Emma allows her son to attend a talk show. Her worse nightmare comes true when her daughter, Gina, is snatched from the studio and a chilling game begins. 

Emma is convinced the answers lie in the darkest corners of the family’s past, and that Aiden must be able to work out the puzzle, if only he dare reach into the horrors of his memory.

But as the mystery deepens and Gina is still missing, the family must face a terrible question: is history repeating itself, or is there a new enemy to contend with?

Layered with emotion, and told from Aiden and Emma’s perspectives, the sequel to Silent Child is a dark and thrilling listen.

©2021 Sarah Denzil (P)2021 Audible, Ltd

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Well worth the listen

I saw a negative review and was worried as I loved the first book so much.
But I took and chance and absolutely loved it.
The narration is perfect as with the first book.
And I love that the plot is something you can believe happened. Not just done to put a second book out.
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Must read series!!🔥

The Stolen Child series is absolutely gripping ! I love the mum Emma, how fierce, protecting of her family she is. She is smart, she knows what needs to be done , albeit she did make one crucial mistake but we all make mistakes. Must read series.

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What mothers can endure.

I loved most of it. iIt dragged on occasion then picked up and finished well. Worth the read.

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  • JJM
  • 2021-08-03

DISAPPOINTING

The first book I listened to by S.A. Denzil was a page turner right through until the end. This second book along the same lines as the first is not so good. Every chapter a repeat of the one before almost as if repeating thoughts and conversations would fill the required number of pages. Also, unrealistic to think two of your children can be kidnapped even though 4 years apart.
The narration was excellent no fault there.

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Stolen girl

I have read silent child and stolen girl. Amazing loved it. These 2 books should be made into a movie

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  • CreativeAlias
  • 2021-03-04

Terrible sequel

The ridiculous and unbelievable nature of the first book was fun and entertaining. This time around, it was just dumb. Save your credit. What a terrible book.

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  • pat
  • 2021-03-03

Awesome story

I loved it. I think part 1 and part 2 should be made into a movie!

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  • mrsmlbj
  • 2022-11-23

Read "Silent Child" first

This is the second book about the Price family and their troubles. Basically it is a continuation of "Silent Child" which I truly loved. There are several surprises along the way. My only complaint would be the voice of the little girl. Two excellent books!

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  • Cynthia Tarpy
  • 2022-11-18

fantastic

loved it. the narrator was amazing. she has a gift as far as making feel the story.

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  • M. E. Heaton
  • 2022-11-06

Fantastic sequel

Follow up to the Silent child. Both are wonderful. Highly recommend. Story is great and narration is very good, too.

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  • Barb
  • 2022-10-03

Way too much like the first one

Didn't finish. The story started off way too much like the first book, which annoyed me.

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  • Blondie
  • 2022-09-06

Fantastic!

Great story & Joanne Froggatt is super as the Narrater. Ivwill b reading further books from Sarah A. Denzil.

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  • E. Seg
  • 2022-08-14

R-I-D-I-C-U-L-O-U-S

I listened to the first book and hoped like crazy this one would be better. It's not. It's so far-fetched. They story is redundant - same unstable people, similar MO's + killing +brain injuries. It's just silly. Silly. Silly. Silly.

The narrators were both good but the material is just Hallmark/Lifetime movie nonsense.

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  • Joanne
  • 2022-06-12

Stellar sequel

I was pleasantly surprised be the storyline and found the book intriguing. In addition, the narrators were flawless in their reading, intonation, and really captured the emotion and trauma of the events as they unfolded.

I highly recommend this read!

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  • Lori Gravel
  • 2022-05-11

Stolen Girl 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

What a great listen… could not put it down!
The narrators did a great job. And the story keeps you on your toes the while time !!
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  • Joris Pillier
  • 2021-03-04

Don’t think I can finish this

I’ve been forcing myself to listen to this thinking this is the same author who wrote One for sorrow and the sequels, books which I loved... however...

The main character is as stupid as they get and lacks empathy despite the fact that the book portrays her as a good, although not perfect, person. She’s got good intentions but is blind to how others are/may be feeling, making her act permanently bitchy, patronizing, entitled, superior.

The main character in One for sorrow was meant to fulfill a similar role - A mother dealing with a deranged person who targets her family, a good person with flaws and secrets... they’re similar and yet, one of them made me feel attached while the other - I cringe every time she opens her mouth.

It’s not her bad decisions that made me judge her as incompetent, it’s how she draws conclusions never considering multiple possibilities or coming up with creative solutions, never analyzing or gathering more data. Every time she faces a new problem she’s jumped to a conclusion in record time.

I am someone who comes from a bad family and her entitled parent act « I am a mother so you wouldn’t understand » just makes me uninterested in anything else she has to say, simply being a mother doesn’t make anyone a more worthwhile person.

People can understand others who are different than themselves.