Into Thin Air

 

Having loved Jeannie Levig’s last novel, ‘Embracing the Dawn, I was really looking forward to reading ‘Into Thin Air’.  It is the story of Hannah, a teacher, and what happens when her girlfriend Jordan fails to come home one day.  With the help of Jordan’s best friend, Nikki, she tries to deal with the aftermath of the disappearance but some very unwelcome facts start to emerge and Hannah finds out that her relationship was not all she thought it was. As she becomes closer to Nikki she begins to question what she really wants in life. Jordan meanwhile is going through something quite terrifying and some of it was pretty unpleasant to think about.  I became really quite engrossed in it though and it was a well written and thought-provoking book.  

I was given this ARC free by Netgalley and Bold Strokes Books in return for an honest review.

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