When you want to escape to an island and feel like away from everything, then Fiji is perhaps an island that springs to mind. Blue seas and white sand. Warm sun and beautiful scenery, the perfect place to be castaway.
Expect for Erin and Lori, sisters who have decided on a holiday to Fiji.
Lori gets on the plane.
Erin does not.
The plane disappears and Erin is left wondering about what has happened to Lori?
Told in both the past and the present, from both Lori and Erin, we see all the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle set out in front of us and as we learn the story of the two sisters and how they both find themselves where they do.
In Fiji, in the past and in the present.
There are as many answers as there are questions and when the pilot of the missing plane reappears after two years, Erin has to know the truth.
I could write more, but that would take away some of the fear, the trepidation, the importance of the setting, that feeling that you are far away from everything and that perhaps it is not paradise after all.
An excellent thriller that was perhaps not what you were expecting and that made it all the more interesting.
Thank you to the publisher via netgalley for the opportunity to read this book.
The Castaways is out now.