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She's had many close female friends, a few frenemies, and only one husband, who — to the best of her knowledge — has never tried to kill her.
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View all 13 comments. When six-year-old Daniel was abducted from his school, with Megan waiting outside for him to appear, she first thought he must have gone with a friend.
But when she realized what had happened, the panic became uncontrollable. The search began immediately — the quest would be long and heart breaking.
Daniel had been found. But the twelve-year-old son who returned was no longer the six-year-old boy who had vanished.
Surly, blank faced, angry — Megan wanted desperately to smother him with love. But she had to step back. He was grieving and had been told unimaginable untruths — he had no idea what or who to believe.
Set in Sydney as well as a small country town near where I live — where I drive through often — it was eerily familiar. The twists and turns, the emotional heartbreak, the family dynamics — all came together to create an excellent read which I highly recommend.
With thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my digital ARC to read in exchange for an honest review.
Jun 02, Pauline added it Shelves: netgalley. Megan's six year old son Daniel is abducted from school by his dad, Megan's ex husband.
The police try to find him and Megan never gives up hope of him being found. Six years later Megan is married again and has a baby daughter.
She gets a phone call to say that her son Daniel has been found. Daniel is very different from the son she lost and blames her for everything.
This is a heartbreaking story of a moth The Boy in the Photo by Nicole Trope is a thriller I could not put down and read in one day.
This is a heartbreaking story of a mother trying to reconnect with her son and does everything she can to get him to trust her again.
A few twists and turns in this story and I correctly predicted where the story was heading but this didn't affect my enjoyment of the book.
This is the first book I have read by this author and will be looking out for more of her work. Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for my e-copy in exchange for an honest review.
Aug 18, Selena rated it really liked it. Daniel was abducted at age 6. He is later reunited with his Mom. Megan, but he is not the little boy she remembered.
The truth is he absolutely scares her. An emotional, heat-breaking read. Jun 28, Marianne rated it it was amazing.
Six years of wondering if she would ever see her son again. His devotion to the case gradually led to him marrying Megan, and now they had a baby daughter, Evie.
But six years on, Daniel suddenly walks out of the bush, into a police station and announces who he is. He says their bush shack near Heddon Greta burnt down with his father perishing inside.
And says little else. She had eventually realised Greg was a sociopath and had spent too long during the intervening years feeling guilty that she had not prevented this.
The reunion with this boy who is essentially a stranger is not quite the joyful event they had hoped for. The heartbreak of those milestone days is expertly illustrated.
The premise that underlies this story has such marvellous potential and Trope explores it to great advantage.
How does he grow up and get married or become a father? How does he ever learn to be safe inside his own skin, inside his own thoughts?
This unbiased review is from an uncorrected proof copy provided by NetGalley and Bookouture Jul 10, Robin Loves Reading rated it it was amazing Shelves: july-september , netgalley , kindle , challenge , robin-loves-readingchallenge , psychological-thriller.
Megan is divorced and is raising six-year old son Daniel. One day, when picking him up from school, he is nowhere to be found.
Quite naturally, in full panic mode, Megan approaches school authorities. When it is discovered that her ex-husband, Greg, actually picked Daniel up, the police are notified, as this was not part of the custody arrangement.
Despite several phone calls, along with the police's help, Greg and Daniel have completely disappeared. Fast forward six years later.
Megan has never Megan is divorced and is raising six-year old son Daniel. Megan has never given up looking for Daniel, having used whatever sources she could.
She is now married again, with a baby, Evie. One day her now husband, Michael, a detective, calls her with the news that Daniel has been found.
Equally eager and nervous, Megan prepares to reunite with Daniel. Things are quite difficult now that Daniel is back with Megan.
For starters, his head was filled with awful lies about her so he is more than guarded. Not only is Daniel now missing his father, he has a secret and odd behaviors that give both Megan and Michael pause.
The story is mainly focused on the present, but snippets of Daniel's life while living with his father are revealed. Sadly, the dangerously abusive situation that Megan experienced with Greg are in some ways being reflected in Daniel's thoughts and actions.
Not only does Megan worry about her daughter's safety around Daniel, but she is worried about her own. This was truly a heartbreaking story.
Quite naturally, I was very sad for Daniel for having his childhood snatched by a cruel father, but I so worried about the adjustment period.
Also of concern was whether or not Daniel would be able to trust his mother after hearing the things his father told him.
This highly charged book had an explosive ending that left me in tears. There were a few twists and turns in this compelling story, but the one at the end left me in utter shock.
I hadn't read anything by Nicole Trope before so I simply was not prepared for the excellence that was laid before me.
Jun 20, Shelleyrae at Book'd Out rated it really liked it Shelves: aussie-author , netgalley-reviews , arc-are , aww As the school playground empties, Megan begins to wonder where her six year old son, Daniel, is.
Learning he has been collected earlier by his father, her heart sinks, and it quickly becomes clear that in an act of extraordinary spite, her abusive ex-husband has taken Daniel and vanished.
Her son has been found. The Boy in the Photo unfolds from the perspectives of Megan and Daniel, revealing events that occurred during their period of separation, and the story of their reunion.
While Megan searches for her missing son, struggling with her enormous loss, Daniel is living an itinerant, isolated lifestyle with his father.
His homecoming should be the happy ending they both deserve, but Daniel is not the loving, happy little boy Megan remembers, instead he is an angry, sullen teen, mourning his father, and contemptuous of Megan.
The inevitable twist is somewhat predictable, but still thrilling. Megan and Daniel immediately invite sympathy. To be fair, that probably would have been a difficult plotting obstacle for the author, but it bugged me, and honestly affected my response to the story.
Jun 26, Shalini rated it it was amazing. Fear was what I felt as I turned the pages of this book. Parental kidnapping was the initial plot arc.
Megan and Greg were divorced when Greg kidnapped the 6-year-old Daniel and disappeared. It took another 6 years for Daniel to come back, but Who was the boy who had returned?
They shared the DNA but Megan wasn't sure there was anything left of her sweet boy. She was scared now for her daughter Evie and husband Michael.
Nicole Trope managed to combine emotions and Hesitation Nicole Trope managed to combine emotions and suspense in this story, weaving them both together to make them shimmer on the pages of this book.
I read this with my heart in my throat feeling all the emotions that Megan experienced with joy, sorrow, fear, and despair. How was a mother to reach a child who had been brainwashed to believing lies about her by the father?
The story wrenched these emotions from my heart, but my brain was aware of the vein of danger that ran in the periphery of this book.
A lot of Daniel's story had loopholes. What was he hiding? Snapshots of his life and Megan's were shown, written as chapters, giving me a wider understanding of how the mother and son coped with their loss in the intermittent 6 years.
I guessed the twist, it was quite obvious, but that hardly deterred me from enjoying the winding road of the story. One of my midnight reads, I was so happy losing sleep over it!!
Jun 30, Stina rated it it was amazing Shelves: net-galley , , psychological-thrillers , domestic-thriller , australia , australian-crime-thrillers , nicole-trope.
What a fantabulous first read for me by Aussie author Nicole Trope! Megan's son Daniel is 6 years old when he is abducted from school by his father.
The day was like any other but when Megan went to collect Daniel from school at the end of the day, she is horrified to discover that her abusive ex-husband Greg has taken Daniel.
She calls Greg - his phone is switched off. She calls his landline - but receives the message that the number is no longer connected.
Megan informs the police and she is questioned. But Daniel is never found. But Megan never gives up hope that one day he will be.
Six years later and Megan has married again and has a 6 month old baby daughter, Evie. She receives a phone call from her husband Michael, a detective, to say "They found him.
Found who? With nothing but the clothes on his back and an old mobile phone in his hand. Megan and Michael jumped in their car and drove the couple of hours north of Sydney immediately.
Megan could not contain her excitement or her disbelief. Daniel was coming home! But was he? Now 12 years old, Daniel is very different from the son Megan lost.
Gone is her beautiful little boy who giggled and laughed along with her. In his place, a silent, sullen and angry young adolescent.
The years have hardened Daniel and made him bitter and resentful towards his mother, spurred on by the lies his father fed him. He clings to his old mobile phone as his last link to his dad and refuses to let it go, even though it has no SIM card - which was lost between the police station and the burning shack he'd shared with his father.
But Megan knows her little boy is still in there somewhere and is determined to find him beneath the layers of hurt of his hardened exterior.
Megan has difficulty coping with her feelings - wanting to smother him with cuddles and love on the one hand but knowing she needs to give him space to deal with his grief and a whole new way of life as well.
All she can do is smile and be gentle with him, hoping that bit by bit he will gradually come to trust them.
The one thing she finds positive is his interaction with Evie. He plays with her and talks to her when he thinks she isn't looking, and Megan smiles to herself flooded with relief and hope that he can find a way to reconnect to her through his little sister.
It's only when he interacts with his mother does the ghost of Greg emerge from his lips and Megan finds herself shaken that he could still have that effect on her all these years later.
Throughout the re-connection of mother and son and the days after, Megan's husband Michael - who was the original lead detective on the case into Daniel's abduction - is understanding and compassionate where most men probably would have run.
He is her voice of reason and keeps her grounded when she thinks she will never get through to her son. Daniel appears indifferent to Michael one day and tolerant of him the next, an obvious conflict of his own emotions.
Yet he hurls his own childish logic at Megan about being a family with his dad "if only she didn't stop loving him".
The pain and confusion that Daniel feels is understandable, given the circumstances he grew up in How any parent can alienate a child from their other parent with such hate is beyond me.
This is something of which I am familiar, with my husband's own children taken by his ex-wife and then drilled into them by her and her mother how much of a this or that their father was.
After 6 years also of this type of conditioning, the trouble we had with those children after their mother died was inexplicable.
But the circumstances was a lot different than the case here in that the children were almost feral sadly , and we were in a fight with the children's grandmother for custody - a fight we couldn't win, because she had always been in the children's lives and we had not They hated their father, thanks to their mother, and even today almost 20 years later, the wounds have never truly healed and the children are still strangers.
As Megan struggles to reconnect with the son she no longer recognises as her own, Daniel slowly reaches out only to snatch his hand back again.
And Megan feels as if she is going one step forward and two steps back. There are times she gets a glimpse of the little boy she knew but mostly he is a stranger.
And if it weren't for the DNA she would doubt he was he child, he is so different. But Megan also remembers all too well what the years of conditioning at Greg's hand could do.
It isn't long that Megan begins to suspect that Daniel has a secret. One that could destroy their family and put them in terrible danger.
Who started that fire that claimed Greg's life? And why did Daniel have so little marks on him, having run 10km from the burnt out shack?
What terrible secret is he hiding? Cleverly outlined in the gradual build-up from abduction to Daniel's return, we are privy to Megan's pain as each year goes by with no sign of her son as well as life from Daniel's perspective from the excitement at going on holiday with daddy at 6 to that excitement having worn off and now growing impatient with having to remain in hiding in later years.
We see Megan's pain, the friendships she makes online with two particular parents whose children were also taken by their exes and the being able to share her feelings with those in a similar situation, knowing that they truly understand what she is going through.
We see, too, Daniel's excitement when his father picks him up from school change to bewilderment and confusion regarding his mum when he learns she didn't want him anymore.
On every year we get a glimpse of both Megan and Daniel's journey over those six years, entwined with the present day as Megan struggles to reconnect with Daniel.
Although I didn't foresee how it would play out at the end, I did correctly guess probably the biggest reveal leading to that ending.
Still, it didn't spoil it for me. I simply suspected it and figuratively punched the air exclaiming "I knew it! I don't think it was obvious I just picked it up and thought "that could work" I thought it was also a very clever addition.
It is an emotional journey but beautifully written. I simply couldn't put it down. I highly recommend it!! As my first read by Nicole Trope and set in the city in which I live, it was refreshing to discover her style is of a similar calibre to some of my favourite British thriller writers - K.
View 1 comment. Simply Amazing. The Boy in the Photo is one amazing book you HAVE to get your hands on if you like suspense, but this one also comes with with a lot of emotional and nerve-wracking content.
I completely enjoyed this book from start to finish. And for some strange reason, even after the mystery was solved I wanted to keep going long after the last chapter was done.
Recently divorced Megan with her six-year-old Daniel is still coming to terms with the trauma that was her marriage.
When she Wowza!! When she finally found the courage to break free from Greg, she doesn't have the hear to separate her little boy from his father, but this mistake costs her dearly when one day after school Greg picks up Daniel, never to be seen again.
Six years later Megan has re-built her life and has a daughter Evie. She's moved on but has kept looking for her boy Daniel. When one fine day, she receives the call she's been waiting every day for the past 6 years - Daniel is found.
When Daniel finally returns home, Megan's joy knows no bounds, but something is off about Daniel - he's quiet, speaks without emotion, rebuff's her attempts to hug him.
And as they struggle to connect, Megan begins to suspect that her son is hiding a secret. A secret that could destroy her family… Both characters and the plot of this book are simply outstanding.
There are a few books out there that have explored the topic of parental child abductions, but this one takes the cake. It felt authentic and real.
The Boy in Photo keeps the momentum going up till the very end. You feel the thrill all along. I figured out the ending earlier in the book, but that didn't stop me neither did my interest wane.
Nicole Trope has done a wonderful job with the topic and I look forward to reading more of her books soon. Highly recommend this one! Jun 10, Lily rated it really liked it Shelves: , thriller , arcs.
While it was slightly predictable, it was still a fun thriller that kept me turning pages and wanting to know how things were going to unfold.
I also loved that the story kept flipping back and forth between the present and when he was taken, one year after he was taken, two years after he was taken, etc.
It was so interesting to see how much Megan and Daniel changed dramatically during the time period. Also, Greg is a big douchebucket and I hate him.
What a great read and so well written. The author created deep and intense characters and everyone had a purpose in the book. This was an emotional read and I found myself wanting to just hug my five year old because this book hit on a mother's worst fear.
Excellent read with some twists! Highly recommend. Thank you to the author, the publisher, Bookouture and Netgal 5 stars! Thank you to the author, the publisher, Bookouture and Netgalley for my free ARC in exchange for my honest review.
Megan and Greg are married with a son, Daniel. Greg is abusive and Megan finally divorces him. One day, Greg picks Daniel up from school when he was 6 years old never to return with him.
Megan never gives up hope finding Daniel alive and well. She marries one of the detectives that was on the case and they have a baby girl, Evie.
Six years after Daniel's disappearance, Megan gets a call that Daniel has walked into a police department and told them who he was.
This is a very emotional story from Megan and Greg are married with a son, Daniel. This is a very emotional story from start to finish and I really enjoyed it.
I highly recommend this book. This is the first nicole Trope book I have read, but it certainly won't be the last. I'm not ashamed to say that I cried many times while reading this book.
I felt every emotion as it was written, the fear, pain, suspense, heartbreak, anxiety and feeling of foreboding.
This is an incredibly well written book and I can't praise it enough. Nicole has not just written of her own fears, but that of anyone who has ever had a child.
From the minute you become a parent one of the leading fears is losing This is the first nicole Trope book I have read, but it certainly won't be the last.
From the minute you become a parent one of the leading fears is losing that child. She covers those fears so incredibly well, along with those that come from divorce, failed relationships and the impact or all family attached.
One of the best books I have read in some time. The school empties, and Daniel does not appear. Greg and Daniel vanish: the police can find no trace of either of them.
Six years later, Megan has remarried, and has a baby daughter, Evie. Daniel is alive. But Daniel is now twelve years old. He has secrets. Can Megan give Daniel the space he needs?
Can Daniel learn to trust his mother? And what about his stepfather Michael and half-sister Evie? I needed to know how it would end.
Note: My thanks to NetGalley and Bookouture for providing me with a free electronic copy of this book for review purposes. Jennifer Cameron-Smith Apr 10, Twobchelm rated it really liked it.
Your ex takes your only child and after 6 years he returns to his mother, he is no longer 6 but The paranoid father has told him lies for all those years.
I had suspicions about the dad but even I was surprised at the ending. Jul 20, Paula Phillips rated it liked it. If you are in the mood for a mystery novel then The Boy in the Photo by Nicole Trope is the read for you.
The novel starts off with a case that could happen to anyone as Megan and her husband argue like cats and dogs as he is controlling and abusive towards her.
Megan has had enough, so she takes her son Daniel and moves out. Trying to start new, Megan enrols Daniel into school and things seem to be working until one day when Megan's worst nightmare happens.
She has gone to school to pick up Dan If you are in the mood for a mystery novel then The Boy in the Photo by Nicole Trope is the read for you.
She has gone to school to pick up Daniel - her six-year-old son, only to learn that her ex-husband picked him up and now has gone off the grid kidnapping her son, her baby boy.
Six years pass and though Megan thinks about her son all the time and has joined a support group for similar parents and made two great friends Tom and Susan who have been through similar cases.
She is trying to move on with her new husband -Detective Michael and their young baby girl Evie. One day Megan gets a phone call from her husband, saying that they have found Daniel.
Megan rushes to the station and sees her son. It should be a happy reunion, but her boy isn't the same kid she said goodbye to that morning she dropped him off at school.
This Daniel is sullen, hiding things, keeping secrets and acts just like a carbon copy of her ex-husband. What happens though when Megan discovers some unsettling news and her past comes to haunt her?
Can Megan protect her little girl from having the same fate as Daniel happen to her? I have to admit, I liked the twist of the ending of this book but didn't like what happened to Megan as I felt it was a let-down to the story as it was like she just got her family back and now we will rip it apart again in one way or another - WTF??.
Overall, the Boy in the Photo was a good mystery but in parts could tell it was Australian due to the slower pace of the story.
Jun 19, Jennie rated it really liked it. We follow the story of Megan, whose ex-husband Greg abducted their son, as well as her husband, and son Daniel.
The story shifts between past and present, from both Megan and Daniel's perspective. Daniel returns and he is a cold, withdrawn 12 year old who is not even remotely similar to the 6 year old child Megan remembers.
Readers are given glimpses of Daniel's time with his father, and the trauma he experienced. We also follow Megan's journey of figuring out who her son is as a 12 yea 4 stars.
We also follow Megan's journey of figuring out who her son is as a 12 year old, and how she is coping with the vast difference in her son's demeanor when compared to how he was prior to disappearing with his father.
As a whole, the story moves along at a decent pace, but for me the ending fell flat. I read this book every chance I had, as I could not wait for the ending.
Although there were no loose ends at the conclusion, it just fell flat for me. All opinions are my own. PZN Angocin Anti Infekt N. Avitale Cranberry Kapseln.
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