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All That Is Lost Between Us by [Foster, Sara]
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A mother’s worst fears. A daughter in distress. A family falling apart.

Seventeen-year-old Georgia has a secret – one that is isolating her from everyone she loves. She is desperate to tell her best friend, but Sophia is ignoring her, and she doesn’t know why. Before she can find out, Sophia is left fighting for her life after a hit and run, with Georgia a traumatised witness.

As a school psychologist, Georgia’s mother, Anya, should be used to dealing with scared adolescents. However, it’s very different when the girl who needs help is your own child. Meanwhile, Georgia’s father, Callum, is wracked with a guilt he can’t share – and when her younger brother, Zac, stumbles on an unlikely truth, the family relationships begin to implode.

Georgia’s secret is about to go viral, leaving her in terrible danger. Can the family rise above the lies they have told and fight for what matters most of all?

The lies we tell for love are the most dangerous of all.

Set against the stark, rugged beauty of England’s Lake District, All That is Lost Between Us is a timeless thriller with a modern twist.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2189 KB
  • Print Length: 276 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia (1 February 2016)
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc (AU)
  • Language: English
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,382 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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All That is Lost Between Us is a compelling modern domestic thriller from Sara Foster.

Unfolding from the perspectives of the four members of the Turner family, it is a story about guilt, secrets, betrayal and loyalty.

Seventeen year old Georgia Turner, high school student and champion Fells runner, is preoccupied by a secret she can't share, not even with her best friend and cousin, Sophia.
Anya is frustrated by her inability to connect with her increasingly withdrawn daughter who spurns both her concern and affection, as does her husband, Callum.
Callum, mired in unspoken resentments, has thrown himself into his voluntary work with the local Fells rescue team, and taken solace in the attentions of a younger colleague.
When Zac accidentally discovers a shocking photo hidden in his sister's bedroom, he is at a loss as how to best deal with his discovery.

A hit and run incident involving Georgia and Sophia is the catalyst that drives the members of the Turner family to the brink of crisis. As suspicion grows that the actions of the unidentified driver was deliberate, Foster builds the tension as secrets begin to collide.

One of the main themes Foster's story thoughtfully explores is the vulnerabilities of family. Emotional distance has frayed the bonds between husband and wife, parent and child, in All That is Lost Between Us. The strained relationships are sensitively and realistically portrayed, disconnected, they are each vulnerable in the crisis and struggle to bridge the gap to offer each other the support they need.

Georgia's angst is well drawn, her increasingly fraught emotional state is believable as she obsesses over her secret with the self absorption of youth.
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By Jools TOP 50 REVIEWER on 27 June 2016
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This was a fascinating and at times gripping story about a family who suddenly find themselves embroiled in the circumstances of their daughter's (and sister's life) and unwittingly implicated in a sequence of events which are the fallout of the complex consequences of her unthinking actions.

Seventeen year old Georgia has a secret which is eating at her conscience, and much to her distress, her best friend Sophia has not been available for her to confide in.
It seems that ever since returning from her holiday Sophia seems to be avoiding Georgia for some reason, and she is desperate to talk to her now.
Unbeknownst to Georgia, Sophia has her own guilty secret and has in fact been avoiding Georgia out of guilt.
When they are both invited the same party one night, Georgia is determined that she will tell her friend what has been troubling her. Sophia has quietly determined to do the same.
The opportunity to talk doesn't present itself until they are leaving and agree to walk home together late that night.
As they are walking Georgia seizes the opportunity before it gets later and just as she is about to confess to her friend, they are interrupted by Danny, one of the boys from the party who has caught up with them and asked if he can walk with them.
Both Georgia and Sophia are quietly disappointed at this further obstruction to their confessions.
While they are thinking this, a car suddenly speeds up from out of nowhere behind them with blinding headlights and smashes into them.....just before impact Danny realizes and grabs Georgia out of harms way, leaving her with just superficial injuries from the fall. Sophia however cops the full impact and is left unconscious with severe injuries.
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By Blanca TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 May 2016
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All That Is Lost Between Us is more of a contemporary, psychological novel, where every member of the Turner family is thoroughly dissected. The Turners are a middle-class family, who have slowly been drifting apart.

Not unlike in many other families, the mum, Anya, is the glue that holds them together, she's the nurturer, the worrier and the warrior, but lately she feels like she doesn't know her kids, Georgia, seventeen, and Zac, fourteen. As for her husband, Callum, she barely sees him anymore, as he's never home, having become a volunteer rescuer, on top of his day job.

I loved how Sara Foster went about giving each and every character a voice, we really get to know them so well, as the novel is made up of chapters of each character's point of view. What I thought was quite different was the fact that Anya's point of view was written in the first person, whereas all the other member's of the family speak to us via the third person narrative.

This novel is extremely realistic. What the Turners go through is relatable. The minutiae and busyness of life make it so easy for people to live together but actually live very separate lives. Anya's fears of losing connection with her kids and husband are palpable, it's hard not to empathise and worry alongside her.

It's so much more difficult raising kids these days than it was a few decades before when there were no social networking, no mobile phones with cameras. We've all done silly things in our youth, but we got away with it, as it wasn't posted on the internet for perpetuity and for the whole wide world to see and comment on it.

Sara Foster does a great job of showcasing some of the dangers of social networking. One unintended mistake can have dramatic consequences.
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