The Vanishing Girl : The Vanishing Girl

  • by Laura Thalassa
  • Narrated by Rachel Vivette
  • Series: The Vanishing Girl
  • 7 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

***Due to language, violence, and sexual situations, this new adult book is recommended for mature audiences.***
Each night after Ember Pierce falls asleep, she disappears. She can teleport anywhere in the world: London, Paris, her crush's bedroom, or wherever her dreams lead her. Ten minutes is all she gets, and once time's up, she returns to her bed. It's a secret she's successfully kept for the last five years. But now someone knows.
A week after her eighteenth birthday, when frustratingly handsome Caden Hawthorne kidnaps her, delivers her to the government, and then disappears before her eyes, Ember realizes two things: One, she is not alone. And two, people like her - teleporters - are being used as weapons.
Forced into a quasi-military training camp for teleporters, Ember discovers she has been paired - perhaps for life - with Caden, the boy who got her into this mess in the first place. Now, she has to work with him on a series of teleporting missions, each one riskier than the last. But Caden just might hold the key to Ember's escape plan, if she can survive her missions without losing her heart...or her life.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Mmm, that's a few hours of my life I'll not get back

The author didn't appear to know if she was writing an adventure story or a cut down soft porn story. It all got pretty tedious and I frequently found myself ffw'ing - it had the makings of a good story but was let down by disjointed characterisation and a fairly tedious narrator.
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- G

Disappointing - should have been better

This could have been much better, it had an interesting concept but it was poorly read with the voice artist altering her voice for male characters which was gimmicky and irritating. The story never went anywhere and then ended abruptly with no explanation, the characters weren't very interesting and the relationships between them wasn't believable or well constructed. There were a couple of times where the storyline suddenly descended into soft porn - more 'Mills and Boon' than anything else and then would go straight back to an ill explained storyline. Frankly not only a waste of money, but sadly a waste of time.
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- Miss Ra Botes

Book Details

  • Release Date: 27-01-2015
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio