Secrets, lies and love.
A missing girl, a secret diary and unsettling revelations . . .
Today is the first of September, the first day of spring, and it’s been sixty-four days since I last saw Sophie Abercrombie. It's been sixty-four days since anyone saw Sophie Abercrombie.
The prettiest Sophie.
The missing Sophie.
As Sophie MacKenzie - Mac - confides to her diary, she last saw Sophie Abercrombie kissing James Bacon, their English teacher. Mac has passed this on to the police, but there is plenty she knows about James Bacon that she has kept to herself. She hasn’t even told Twiggy, the third Sophie in their once tightknit threesome.
The Trio of Sophies is no more.
“Wow. This past year has sure been the year for YA thrillers, hasn't it? I DEVOURED this in about 2 hours and didn't stop to put it down once. The pages almost kept turning themselves. . . . If you loved One of Us is Lying, or perhaps A Good Girl's Guide to Murder, then I'm sure you will love A Trio of Sophie's! 5 stars out of 5”
Courtney (courtneyandherbooks), Goodreads
“Holy. Freaking. Hell. (I got an early copy of this book in return for a review) This book was intriguing from the start, and I started flying through it. It only took me two sessions to finish because I just could not put it down. I absolutely loved the way this book was written out, going backwards through the story was a very unique and interesting way to do it. I was so drawn in to the plot and the characters, and the ending absolutely shook me. I was sort of expecting a light-ish YA novel and it ended up being a very in depth and mildly dark YA book instead. I absolutely loved it, Eileen really knocked it out of the park with this one, it was incredibly addictive and fast paced - a real page turner. 5 stars out of 5.”
“Initial thoughts: wow. I don't think I truly grasped the depth of deception in this novel until the end. A Trio of Sophies is a highly addictive, fast paced read. 4 stars out of 5”
“Wow this was such an interesting book to read! . . . I read this book really quickly and enjoyed the plot a lot. It was refreshing to read a book based in New Zealand (woohoo!!) and it made it really easy to read. Plot twists and a LOT of revelations kept me on my toes and made me want to keep going. This would be such a great summer read - perfect for the beach! 4 stars out of 5”
Chloe E, Goodreads