Friday, June 10, 2016


Author:  Michel Bussi
Genre:  Mystery, Standalone
Published:  2016
Personal Rating:  4/5 (very good)
Format/Narrator:  Audiobook/Daniel Philpott
Yearly Count:  35

From NetGalley:
A night flight from Istanbul bound for Paris, filled with 169 holiday travelers, plummets into the Swiss Alps. The sole survivor is a three-month-old girl--thrown from the plane onto the snowy mountainside before fire rages through the aircraft. But two infants were on board. Is the miracle baby Lyse-Rose or Emilie? Both families step forward to claim the child--one poor, one powerful, wealthy, and dangerous.

This one kept me listening; however, I ALMOST gave up on it in the beginning. I finally got past (suspension of disbelief definitely required!) the notion of not being able to identify the baby (and a few other bits) to really give it a chance. I'm glad I did, because I enjoyed it. The narrator did a fantastic job, and the way the story was told intrigued me. 

 Thoughts of Joy

My thanks go to Hachette Books and NetGalley for providing me with the ARC and eGalley.


  1. I'm reading After the Fall right now about survivors from a plan crash. The description of the crash made me even more nervous to fly!

    1. Stacybuckeye ~ I can imagine! There wasn't much about the actual crash in this book. It was more about the baby found.


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