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Saving April ❮Download❯ ➵ Saving April Author Sarah A. Denzil – Thomashillier.co.uk An obsessive, unhinged neighbour Or a woman desperately trying to save a child A family broken by liesA woman traumatized by a dark pastA child caught in the crossfire Who will save April Hannah Abbot An obsessive, unhinged neighbour Or a woman desperately trying to save a child A family broken by liesA woman traumatized by a dark pastA child caught in the crossfire Who will save April Hannah Abbott is afraid of the world Plagued by anxiety, she lives an isolated, uneventful life in suburban Yorkshire She rarely leaves her house, and her only friend is Edith, her elderly neighbor But when the Mason family moves in across the street, Hannah s quiet life is changed foreverThe Masons pull Hannah into their tangled web of secrets She must decide what to believe and who to trust as she attempts to rescue their teenage daughter, April, from harmHannah knows only one thing for certain she can t be afraid anyI found this an atmospheric and thrilling book The ending is fantasticReviewer.


10 thoughts on “Saving April

  1. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    Saving April by Sarah A Denzil is a book that did what it set out to do, and it did it well Did I like the depressing atmosphere, no Did I like the story, not really Was it well written, yes It had accurately represented the gloomy characters and situations I know, I grew up with a hoarder mother that wouldn t leave the house and a sister with depression and a panic disorder I felt I lived in a mental instititute That said, the book does show the real side of how weird life is sometimes Saving April by Sarah A Denzil is a book that did what it set out to do, and it did it well Did I like the depressing atmosphere, no Did I like the story, not really Was it well written, yes It had accurately represented the gloomy characters and situations I know, I grew up with a hoarder mother that wouldn t leave the house and a sister with depression and a panic disorder I felt I lived in a mental instititute That said, the book does show the real side of how weird life is sometimes and how crippling it is for some with mental issues Good book if I enjoyed it or not lol


  2. Tulay Tulay says:

    Definitely psychological suspense thriller.Had very hard time with this story Two neighbors living across each other, can see and hear what they are doing All the characters in this story had very troubled parents and growing up It is like reading files form the mentally distributed, sick patients Made terrible mistake, choosing to read this book.1.5 stars.


  3. Yna the Mood Reader Yna the Mood Reader says:

    No one likes to be ordinary Everyone wants to be different People try so hard to be different, that they end up all being the sameRead as an audiobook Series No Genre Mystery Thriller POV Multiple Cliffhanger No Content Warnings PTSD Anxiety Infidelity Abuse Survivor s Guilt Read if you enjoyed reading Gone Girl and other similar novels.First off, I d have to say that listening to an audiobook with a British accented author is quite amazing.OkayNo one likes to be ordinary Everyone wants to be different People try so hard to be different, that they end up all being the sameRead as an audiobook Series No Genre Mystery Thriller POV Multiple Cliffhanger No Content Warnings PTSD Anxiety Infidelity Abuse Survivor s Guilt Read if you enjoyed reading Gone Girl and other similar novels.First off, I d have to say that listening to an audiobook with a British accented author is quite amazing.Okay, now I would just like to say that I quite enjoyed listening to this There is something about audiobooks that intensifies mysteriesthan if you read them Just my opinion, though.This is a story about Hannah and her new neighbors, Matt, Laura and April Mason She is undergoing personal troubles while having to witness her neighbors with domestic problems.I love how the parts were written, and how bits of clarity were given from time to time There were amazing plot twists and the ending is quite surprising This story is full of lies and unreliable narrators you can grow crazy by choosing which one to believe.It also has a redeeming growth for the main character, which is what she deserves at the end.My first read from the author and I m excited to read her other works THE CRITERIA Blurb Main Character Other Lead Character Support Characters Writing Style Character Development Thrill Factor Pacing Ending Unputdownability Book Cover Audiobook Production FINAL VERDICT 3.58 5 Blog Bookstagram


  4. Fuzaila Fuzaila says:

    Who knew this would be a Gone Girl rip off Gone April I loved the audiobook narrator though.3.5 5 or maybe even a 4. Can t decide


  5. Shawna P. Shawna P. says:

    After finishing Silent Child by this author, I was eager to read another book by her Saving April has the classic characters A young woman with major anxiety and issues from an event that take place years ago, a picture perfect neighbor, her douche husband, and their teenage daughter with her own set of problems.Hannah has suffered a traumatic event and lives her live as a recluse, only talking to her elderly neighbor Edith That is until Laura and Matt move in with their 13 year old daughter After finishing Silent Child by this author, I was eager to read another book by her Saving April has the classic characters A young woman with major anxiety and issues from an event that take place years ago, a picture perfect neighbor, her douche husband, and their teenage daughter with her own set of problems.Hannah has suffered a traumatic event and lives her live as a recluse, only talking to her elderly neighbor Edith That is until Laura and Matt move in with their 13 year old daughter Hannah believes April is in danger from her family and badgers the police into believing her This was a super quick read, and thank goodness While it was decently written, it lacked any suspense and the cliche characters had me knowing where it was going right away Blah I ll just pretend I didn t read this, because Silent Child was brilliant


  6. Sarah Sarah says:

    The story alternates between Hannah, who has lived in the area a while and her new neighbour Laura It was good to see both point of views from both women and I was actually quite torn in what to believe.Hannah living opposite the new family, can t help but see and hear the going on s of her new neighbours I mean come on, I am sure we are all a bit nosy at times, even if we don t mean to be April, the couples daughter, like Hannah, really intrigued me and I couldn t wait to readto see wh The story alternates between Hannah, who has lived in the area a while and her new neighbour Laura It was good to see both point of views from both women and I was actually quite torn in what to believe.Hannah living opposite the new family, can t help but see and hear the going on s of her new neighbours I mean come on, I am sure we are all a bit nosy at times, even if we don t mean to be April, the couples daughter, like Hannah, really intrigued me and I couldn t wait to readto see where the story was heading.I don t want to say to much about the story itself as the story heads into a direction I never envisioned The author really had me hood winked into thinking I knew exactly what was going to happen to then turning everything upside down so I was taken by surprise.Saving April is a tense and enthralling read that left me with goosebumps It really is quite chilling and very unexpected It s one I seemed to get through in no time as the author totally had my attention Another great read from the author


  7. Michelle Michelle says:

    This is my second book by Sarah Denzil and I have to say that I enjoyed itthan her other book, Silent Child I found the pacing to be quick and I was intrigued by the first chapter Ms Denzel has that unique ability to draw you into a story and hook you so you can t stop turning the pages While I didn t enjoy the ridiculous ending to Silent Child I found this ending to be muchsatisfying Great book and I will definitely seek outof her book.


  8. Eve Eve says:

    I was curious at first what was going on in April s house but then I gradually lost interest because non of the characters were interesting nor engaging This story is told in first person narrative by Hannah or Laura, we also get snippets from April The way those multiple points of views were written, made me feel detached from the characters, especially as there wasn t one main character to care about Who wants to read about pathetic, weak characters and their messy miserable life by the I was curious at first what was going on in April s house but then I gradually lost interest because non of the characters were interesting nor engaging This story is told in first person narrative by Hannah or Laura, we also get snippets from April The way those multiple points of views were written, made me feel detached from the characters, especially as there wasn t one main character to care about Who wants to read about pathetic, weak characters and their messy miserable life by the time the mystery from Hannah s past was revealed and I should have felt sympathy for her, it was too late Also its a MUST to create a distinctive voice for your characters when the story uses multiple 1st person narrative There were too many times I had to remind myself who s POV I was reading.If you are looking for similar themed book, then I recommend The Woman in the Window That books was bettter constructed and the storyline didn t jump around


  9. Maggie61 Maggie61 says:

    Hannah lives a quiet life She works from home, rarely goes out and minds her own business Then a new family moves in across the street Something is going on in that house Hannah isn t sure what but starts to take an interest in what s going on over there Is the husband abusive to his wife To his daughter Everyone has secrets and Hannah just can t let it rest and puts herself in the middle of it all creating all kinds of havoc but no one will take her seriously And it seems Hannah has som Hannah lives a quiet life She works from home, rarely goes out and minds her own business Then a new family moves in across the street Something is going on in that house Hannah isn t sure what but starts to take an interest in what s going on over there Is the husband abusive to his wife To his daughter Everyone has secrets and Hannah just can t let it rest and puts herself in the middle of it all creating all kinds of havoc but no one will take her seriously And it seems Hannah has some secrets of her own This physiological thriller was a fast read Good plot and story but I found it a little simple and the writing not really flowing for me Nice twist, a little predictable but still good


  10. Lady Delacour Lady Delacour says:

    This story did notcut the mustard.Barely makes itto a passable OK.Listened with TTS.Not Clean.Foul Language.


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