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  • Paperback: 608 pages
  • Publisher: Arrow (29 Aug 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0099550830
  • ISBN-13: 978-0099550839
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 3.8 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (286 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,160 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"This atmospheric, spellbinding sequel to the novel No Child of Mine is an original and thought-provoking tale." (The Lady)

"A master storyteller." (Diane Chamberlain)

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Can you ever be free of your past? The powerful novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of No Child of Mine.

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By loves books on 22 Feb 2013
Format: Hardcover
Don't let me go is the latest book by Susan Lewis, and one of her best yet. Don't let me go follows on from one of her previous books "no child of mine". Charlotte & Chloe have started a new life in New Zealand, with Charlottes new found family, life is perfect Chloe appears to be putting the terrible abuse she suffered at the hands of her father behind her, with the love and support of her new family. All this changes, when the truth of Chloe's abduction is passed onto the authorities. Charlotte and Chloe must suffer the consequences of Charlotte abducting Chloe and taking her to New Zealand. Justice must be served, despite Charlottes obvious love for Chloe, they are torn apart, by the British legal system and social services, and so begins the long fight to reunite a mother and daughter. I was so pleased when I realised Susan Lewis was going to write up a follow up to "no child of mine", and I was not disappointed "don't let me go", pulls you in from the first page full of compassion, intrigue and hope, you find yourself rooting for Charlotte and Chloe, as they fight the British Justice system and Social services. Susan appears to have done lots of research on this book and it shows in the writing, although this book deals with the harrowing subject of child abuse, this is in most part an uplifting read, although I do have to confess I had a couple of "tearful" moments! I would recommend reading "no child of mine" first. although not essential, it is well worth reading as it helps to set the scene for "don't let me go". Susan Lewis is a author who goes from strength to strength in my opinion and always writes difficult story lines with compassion and understanding.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Louise Ward on 16 Feb 2013
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Susan Lewis is the best-selling author of twenty-nine novels and two memoirs - this is no mean feat. Her most recent novel is Don't Let Me Go.
Charlotte has a secret. Escaping to New Zealand with her little daughter Chloe to build a new life with her newly found birth mother and her husband, the idyllic setting does little to allay her fears. Chloe has been traumatised by experiences at the hand of her father and is both clingy with her mother and suspicious of all men except Charlotte's half-brother Rick. Rick is engaged to be married and has his own secrets which he has to find a way to reveal to his fiancée and father. But as we all know, there is no hiding from the past, and in all the best stories it finds its way to come back and haunt you. Charlotte and Rick's fiancée Katie do not see eye to eye, and a little Internet searching allows Katie to learn something of Charlotte's past.
The emphasis on Charlotte's protectiveness towards her daughter Chloe in the opening chapters does get a little wearying after a while; to comfort her and rebuild her confidence her every need is pandered to and this became a bit annoying. But ultimately the novel is about the return of Charlotte's nightmare and this builds into an absorbing story.
Susan Lewis's book is more than chick-lit - that much disparaged phrase used by book snobs. Once you get beyond the idyllic setting and the family relationships this book addresses the serious subject of child pornography and as the story progresses it develops into a good thriller. Susan Lewis has a huge following and I am sure that this book will be just as well received by them.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Angela Reed on 20 Feb 2013
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I have been looking forward to "Don't Let Me Go" the sequel to "No Child Of Mine" since July. I have to say it was well worth the wait!! Charlotte & Chloe have started a new life in New Zealand with Charlottes's mother & stepfather. It is an idyllic life & gradually little Chloe is gaining in confidence and getting over her traumatic life. Rick gets on very well with his stepsister Charlotte but his fiancé thinks that there is something between them as he seems to be holding back on making plans for a wedding & committing to buying a dream house. She makes a discovery and makes a phone call that has a devastating affect on all the family.
Excellent research providing an insight to Social Services and the Legal system has produced yet another great read. The characters were just so real to me and I found it impossible to put down.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Suziesouth on 28 Feb 2013
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2 wonderful books as all her books are. Don't let me go had me up till 4 in the morning.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. C. Tucker on 5 May 2013
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Sorry, I'm not much of a reviewer but just want to say how riveting this book is. I loved it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Raymond Finella on 19 Dec 2013
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A great sequel to no child of mine. Once you start reading you will not want to stop a great book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By lucy on 15 Aug 2013
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This is the follow on story, "no child of mine" .which I enjoyed as much as this one. So very well written. From start to finish the book never let me down. Loved every last word. Thank you
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Rucroft VINE VOICE on 31 Aug 2013
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I read my first Susan Lewis book last year - no child of mine - and I couldn't put it down. It's not a book you could say you loved, due to the content, but it blew me away. I was eager to read the sequel and I hoped it'd be as good as the first one.

This book follows Charlotte and Chloe, with their new life in New Zealand. But, can they keep their secret or is the past about to come back and haunt them?

It took me a while to get into the book and I wasn't rushing to pick it up. It didn't seem to be going anywhere. It took a good third before it really started. The book had some good moments - my heart was in my mouth wondering what would happen with the court case. It was, however, all very predictable.

I think the first book was considerably better and I don't think this added much to the story. I do think you have to read them in order otherwise this one wont make sense.
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