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The Girl They Couldn't Silence (The Little Girl Lost trilogy Book 2) by [Martin, Phil]
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4.9 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in The Little Girl Lost trilogy (3 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3568 KB
  • Print Length: 308 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009F27B92
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
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Having enjoyed the first book in this series I was really pleased to find that the storyline flows easily from book 1 into this 2nd part.

Like Child No. 3 (first in this trilogy) the story continues to be fast-paced, non-stop action with high and low moments and I couldn't put it down so finished reading this earlier today.

The only negative I can write is that there is a real need for a proof-reader as the constant grammatical errors and the spelling mistakes mean that you have to constantly stop to re-read passages in order to get it straight in your head what the author means.

This is off-putting at times but did not stop me from wanting to read on, so much so, that tonight I'm going to start reading the third and final book - Target No. 1.
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Probably the best way I can recommend this book is that on finishing it I immediately logged onto the Kindle Store, bought the next one in the trilogy, and carried on reading. As I mentioned in my review of the Child No. 3, for me the writing transcends genres and irrespective of what you would normally read you will just enjoy the story. But it's a fast-paced, dramatic thriller, carrying lots of sub-plots without trying to be too clever and over-complicate itself. Characters are developed in this second book, with Vitali, the young Russian assassin, managing to bring some humour into the story despite the obvious drawbacks of the darker aspects of his profession. Great read.
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A fast paced thriller which follows on from Child number three. Those of you who like a well crafted, unputdownable book will love this, but make sure you have the time put aside when you can read it non stop, those other jobs will just have to wait! It's full of twists and turns and in places will take your breathe away by the sheer pace of the action. A thoroughly good read!
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Okay the first thing I need to tell you is that this book is part two of a trilogy. If you intend to read the first in the trilogy, then it's probably best not to read my review and read that book first. I read the first book some time ago but found it didn't take me long to get back into the crazy world of Amy Walker. In a nutshell she has discovered that she was part of a stolen list of children to order more than twenty years ago. She is determined to uncover her past and discover her real parents.

From the very beginning of the book Amy's world once again turns sour. The story takes us quite literally across the waters featuring London, Italy and Russia and the storyline is just as complex. From the outset Amy's plan goes wrong and once again people's lives are on the line; only now its people she cares about. The violence is graphic enough to be descriptive, but not too graphic to put me off my food! The one thing I struggled with was the pronunciation of names. I know that sounds ridiculous but when characters have names I can never pronounce I end up re-naming them in my head (ridiculous I know, but otherwise it ruins the flow).

There are loads of plot twists and I found myself not knowing where to look next in terms of who was behind what. The one thing I really enjoyed was her match up with Vitali (can't say too much) but it worked well and I have to read on to know what happens. Phil Martin managed to leave the second in this trilogy on a complete cliff-hanger, meaning there will be no wait for me and I HAVE to move on to part 3. I enjoyed this book a little more than the first, maybe because I feel like I've had the character history, but have a feeling that the next book will be the best yet.

I only have one criticism and that is the covers!
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Another excellent book and a great follow on from Target no 1. Really pleased I decided to wait till I had all 3 books before reading this trilogy. The second one has left me wanting more and is a) wondering if Amy is ok after being shot in the leg and then hurt again at the station and b) what has Needham uncovered that could make her want to destroy Amy Walker !!

Off to find out now In Target No 1 and for those that haven't read these and love books set in Manchester they are well worth a read.
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As Amy Walkers quest to find the truth takes over, it leaves her and her friends more in danger than ever....
But determined to carry on, no matter what the odds are....takes her back to Morocco and final to Chechnya
With the Police trying to find her and the Russians not far behind..will Amy ever get to the truth?

Loved it..fast paced, gripping..couldn't put it down as twists and turns take you deeper into this fantastic trilogy..
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Second book in the trilogy and can't wait for the third. A good new author who manages to keep you guessing as to where the story is going. A real page turner. Would recommend this book to all those who enjoy Lee Child or David Baldacci
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Having loved Child No 3 I didn't think Amy's story could get any more exciting but somehow the author has managed this.
I don't want to give away any spoilers here to readers who are new to the trilogy. Suffice to say that Amy's quest to find her birth family is far from over. This book is full of twists and red herrings culminating in an edge of the seat cliffhanger ending. Hopefully we won't have to wait too long for the third and final part.
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