[Epub] ➛ The Perfect Son ➠ Lauren North – Furosemidelasix.info

The Perfect Son A Disturbing And Shocking Debut Novel Of Psychological Suspense About A Recently Widowed Mother, Her Young Son, And The Lengths She Ll Go To In Order To Keep Him SafeWhen Tess Clarke Wakes Up In The Hospital The Day After Her Son Jamie S Eighth Birthday, She S Sure Of These Things She S Been Stabbed, Her Son Is Missing, Her Brother In Law And Her Grief Counselor Are Involved But No One Is Listening To Her After Her Husband, Mark, Died Suddenly In A Terrible Accident A Few Months Earlier, The Only Thing Keeping Tess Together Is Jamie As They Struggle To Make Sense Of Their New Life Without Mark, They Find Joy In Brief Moments Of Normalcy Like Walking To School And Watching Television Together Life Is Hard Without Mark, But Tess Has Jamie, And That S What MattersBut There In The Hospital, Confused And Surrounded By People Who Won T Listen, Tess S World Falls Apart To Save Her Son, She Must Piece Together What Happened Between Mark S Death And Jamie S Birthday, But The Truth Might Just Be Too Much For Her To Bear

10 thoughts on “The Perfect Son

  1. says:

    3.5 Tess is living a nightmare Her husband Mark died suddenly and she just can t pull herself out of her deep grief Tess is determined to keep everyone at bay The distance, the better Just going to cocoon herself in her home with her son Jamie in ho

  2. says:

    This was a worthwhile read for me although I would not say it is among the best in the psychological thriller suspense genres I happened to guess correctly early on as to which direction the author was going to go so that was slightly disappointing but the sto

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    Review in progress.Thank you to

  4. says:

    The novel opens with Tess in the hospital She s been stabbed and her eight year old son is missing Since her husband Mark died in a plane crash, Tess s memory is full of holes Maybe it s from the depression or grief, or maybe it s from the medicine she s been prescribed to deal w

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    3.75 rounded upTess Clarke wakes up in the hospital, one day after her son Jamie s eighth birthday She has been stabbed, her son is missing, and she thinks her brother in law, Ian, and her grief counselor, Shelley have had something to do with it Why won t the Detective listen to her Perha

  6. says:

    I started reading The Perfect Son on 6 30 2019 and finished it on 7 6 2019 This book is an okay read A slow start to the first 300 pages with readers not knowing much of what s going on There are little information trickling in and tensions here and there but not enough to know if it s real or imagi

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    I received a free e copy of The Perfect son by Lauren North from NetGalley for my honest review.Tess, a recent widow, wakes up in a hospital bed the day after her sons Jamie 8th birthday She had been stabbed in her abdomen and her son, Jamie is missing All Tess feels like she has to live for is her son, Jamie

  8. says:

    Omg, what an unexpected ending The beginning was very interesting and then the book started to be a little bit dull and then bam the big turn around Great psychological suspend about grieving wife and missing son What happened on his eighth birthday party I will be looking for from Lauren North. Thank you to Net Galle

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    There is nothing as powerful as a mother s love it s unconditional, endless, bottomless, boundless, fearless A mother who s young is threatened can quickly turn into a savage when pushed to far and to hard Yes friends, trust me when I say, a mother will do anything to ensure their child s safety Tess, recently widowed, wakes up

  10. says:

    A dark and emotionally jarring read, THE PERFECT SON by Lauren North is a tale of grief, loss and one woman s inability to cope with the sudden death of her husband, of the ease with which she is railroaded and that until her son goes missing, she is mired in her own crippling despair Told by jumping time from past to present when Tess ha

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