The Girl from the Sea

The Girl from the Sea For fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train A chilling suspense story of wounded hearts and dark secrets Washed up on the beach she can t remember who she is She can t even remember her name Turn

  • Title: The Girl from the Sea
  • Author: Shalini Boland
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  • Page: 142
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  • For fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train A chilling suspense story of wounded hearts and dark secrets Washed up on the beach, she can t remember who she is She can t even remember her name Turns out, she has an idyllic life friends and family eager to fill in the blanks But why are they lying to her What don t they want her to remember When you don t even knFor fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train A chilling suspense story of wounded hearts and dark secrets Washed up on the beach, she can t remember who she is She can t even remember her name Turns out, she has an idyllic life friends and family eager to fill in the blanks But why are they lying to her What don t they want her to remember When you don t even know who you are, how do you know who to trust

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  • This review was done by KissinBlueKarenWhen you don’t know yourself, who can you trust? A woman is pulled from a beach in Dorset. She doesn’t know who she is, she doesn’t even know what she looks like. She can’t remember how she got there, or why her head is all banged up. A man claiming to be her boyfriend comes to claim her. He tries to fill in all the blanks about her life for her, but it doesn’t seem real. The only thing she knows is that she likes to row. She also kinda likes the [...]


  • Mia James has been found lying on a beach half drowned with no memory of what happened. Taken to a hospital Mia is questioned by the local police who are attempting to uncover her name, where she lives, if she has family; but Mia cannot recall one piece of information about herself. The story line was attention-grabbing, but unfortunately the book did not achieve its potential. Other readers interested in reading The Girl From the Sea may well enjoy this book and are encouraged to form their own [...]


  • 3.5 Stars (bumped the rating up to 4 stars rather than down to 3 stars because I did not guess the end and that is so unusual as I nearly always guess what's going to happen). I have to say, I was very pleasantly surprised with this book. A book that compares itself to Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train is one that I would try to stay away from but the plot really intrigued me so I said I would at least give it a go. For me, no other book is going to be like Gone Girl. That book is a one of a k [...]


  • This is a very quick read, more like a YA novel but I did enjoy it. Mia James wakes up on a beach with waves tumbling over her, she is disoriented and has no idea of who she is or where she is. She is discovered by a woman walking her dog and an ambulance is called, Mia is taken to hospital and although she is a bit sore and sorry, it is her lack of memory that is worrying her the most. Next we meet Piers, Mia's boyfriend, but Piers is not very open and Mia has many questions regarding their rel [...]


  • 2.45 starsFor fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train A chilling suspense story of wounded hearts and dark secrets. Washed up on the beach, she can’t remember who she is. She can’t even remember her name. Turns out, she has an idyllic life – friends and family eager to fill in the blanks. But why are they lying to her? What don’t they want her to remember? When you don't even know who you are, how do you know who to trust?Ok, I really wish people would stop advertising a book as "for [...]


  • The Girl From the Sea by Shalini Boland"The dark water swallows me whole, pulling me under into blackness, dropping too fast. I cannot let the water take me, so I kick and flail. I push my body up. Water flows. Bubbles stream away. The sound of air and desperate splashes. The scent of damp night. And at last, I see the inky sky once more. I don't have enough energy for relief. Instead, I gasp and thrash. All I know is that I must move my arms and kick my legs."A woman is found on the beach layin [...]


  • Shalini Boland, a British writer, has penned an excellent psycho suspense thriller: "The Girl From The Sea". I chose the audio version because I enjoy having a book read by a professional actor. A 20 something woman, Mia James, has washed up on the shore by the sea in England. Alive, but with no identification. She has amnesia and doesn't know her name, where she lives, who her family is or how she ended up where she did. (No, she's not related to Jason Bourne.) Her boyfriend comes to identify h [...]


  • How do I start this review well lets just say it got me in from the start was fast moving & kept me wanting to know who did it? I did not like the characters especially Mia had too many issues for me, but that's not to say the plot wasn't interesting it just lost me a little as I worked out what was going to happen certain characters were not as they seemed.Mia James was found on a beach not knowing who she was or how she got there? she ends up in hospital under medical supervision she has f [...]


  • We are the sum of our memories. We exist not merely in the present but as the person we know we are from our past. A girl is washed up, half drowned, on a beach in Dorset. Her boyfriend reports her missing so she knows, but doesn’t recognise, her name; Mia James. The face in her mirror is a total stranger to her. She can’t connect with people she is told she knows – all but one. Can she re-invent herself or will she one day regain her memories and her true past?I found this book utterly gr [...]


  • I really enjoyed this book. From the very start it's packed with mystery, uncertainty and bewilderment as we immediately engage with Mia who has washed up on the seashore and has total memory loss. This isn't just 'can't remember how I ended up here', this is absolute memory loss. She doesn't know her own name, where she is, who she is, where she lives, or even what she looks like when she first looks in a mirror. I was totally captivated by the slow recovery and revelations of Mia's life, learn [...]


  • A well paced, imaginative thriller of the genre famous for introducing 'girl' into the title. The story follows Mia, as she wakes from a traumatic incident which left her lying on the beach with no memories of who she is or how she got there. As Mia struggles to readjust to her life, she begins to piece together events and relationships and finds out just how complex her life had once been. I thought the story flowed nicely, I enjoyed the characters and the authors writing style. Like other read [...]


  • So a few months ago I saw this on Netgalley and completely fell in love with the cover. There was just something about it that compelled me to request this book. I'm so glad I did because I highly enjoyed it. When Mia wakes up on the beach with no idea how she got there, who she is, etc, she feels overwhelmed. Mia ends up having amnesia brought on by something traumatic, being almost drowned in the sea will do that to a person. So when her boyfriend identifies her, she goes home to begin unravel [...]


  • This book is a psychological thriller about a woman who is found washed up on a beach with no memory of who she is or what happens. Her boyfriend identifies her from a police description as Mia and picks her up when she is released from the hospital. Things are not clicking between her and her boyfriend immediately and it seems like he is not telling her the entire truth. The only memory or vision she keeps having is of an angry, sneering woman Who is this woman and does she really want to remem [...]


  • INITIAL THOUGHTSI loved Shalini's Outside series and really enjoyed her writing style, but that was my favourite genre. This one is described as a chilling suspense, not the type of genre I would usually choose. Still looking forward to reading as I consider myself a Shalini Boland fan"THOUGHTS WHILST READING8.0%"How will the missing young woman know who she really is? How can she go "back to her life" when she doesn't remember who she is."8.0%"So her boyfriend has come forward to "claim her" li [...]



  • Wow!!!My Thoughts…The Girl from the Sea is a psychological thriller that grabs your attention from the beginning and keeps you guessing throughout the book.I really enjoyed this book; it was a sinister story with twists in the right places to ensure you never really knew who to trust.The characters were likeable enough, but the ending got me! It had a great plot twist that I honestly did not see coming! This book is a must read for fans of thrillers!!What I Liked…I really enjoyed the storyli [...]


  • First. I wanted this because of the cover. That cover just grabbed me. I am fascinated by the sea. Give me a story about a girl washed up on the beach who has lost her memory and I am going to dive in. :-)This started out really good. I was pulled in right away. I like the way the story flowed. Easy to read. Mysteries are my favorite genre. And this was really great at building suspense. I kept reading because I really wanted to find out what happened to Mia. How did she end up in the sea? Is he [...]


  • This one just didn't work for me. I listened to almost half the audio and very little had happened to move the plot forward. I felt as though I was hearing the protagonist ask herself the same questions over and over and over and over, and unfortunately I became bored to the point of losing all interest.


  • Finished reading: August 5th 2016“It's as though I'm riding a never-ending rollercoaster, my stomach constantly swooping and rising. There are too many things to think about, and I don't know what to do about any of them.”*** A copy of this book was kindly provided to me by Netgalley and Adrenalin Books in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! ***(view spoiler)[I know I have been reading too many mystery/thrillers as it is lately, but when I came across this book I just couldn't resist [...]


  • 2 1/2 stars. I was originally planning to give this 1 star, but the ending changed my mind.I have some very mixed feelings about this book. The first 75% of this book was all family and boyfriend drama. The last 15% of this book was some actual thriller shit. The ending was a kick in the balls. Washed up on the beach, she can’t remember who she is. She can’t even remember her name. Turns out, she has an idyllic life – friends and family eager to fill in the blanks.But why are they lying to [...]


  • Girl washes up sans memory. Girl gets back into her uber cushy though socially challenged life. Girl has questions about her past she can't sort out and attractions she can't resist. That's basically what happens in this psychological thriller set in a scenic British location. I was skeptical at first, but this one turned out quite decent actually. Well written, nicely twisted in the end, almost always staying on the right side of the chicklit fence these sort of books tends to straddle. The pre [...]


  • Roll up, roll up, and come to Mia James' self-pity party. UGH, THIS NARRATOR. She is the very epitome of annoying, and unfortunately narrated the whole thing.The general writing here was okay; not strong, but I cannot pick fault with it. The dialogue is another story entirely, however. I found it weak and trite, and conversations were also dragged out far more than was necessary.I found the story predictable and the denouement obvious. As far as thrillers go, I think the pace was a little off to [...]


  • I'd like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with a digital copy of this book!Check out my review featured on Diva Reads!


  • A gripping and tense psychological thriller which had lots of twists and turns throughout. Kept me guessing until the last few chapters.


  • Really enjoyed it 😃I thought the book was very well written me reading and interestedI had an inkling about the end was she acting or was her memory loss real if she was mentally unstable in the first place then she could of convinced herself of her memory loss .m accident and a attempted murder well I guess no ones a winner in this story


  • anaslair.wordpress/2016/0There are a lot of memory loss stories out there. Not all will be amazing.The Girl from the Sea was, for the most part, not impressive. I couldn't take to the main character. Frankly, she sounded annoying, whiny and needy to me. And I have said this before but a character saying they sound annoying, whiny and needy in these situations does not help in my book, on the contrary. The prose kept me reading but there wasn't anything there that truly hooked me, that wanted me [...]


  • This psychological thriller starts with a woman waking up on a beach with no recollection of how she got there. Once in hospital it appears she doesn't even recall her own name or recognise herself in the mirror. An appeal is put out for anyone who recognises her to come forward and before long a man claiming to be her boyfriend appears, but what is he not telling her? I do enjoy reading these amnesiac thrillers where you have to piece the character together from as little information as they ha [...]


  • She woke up on the beach with no memories at all about who she is or what her life used to be. Soon, she reclaimed by her family and her friends, and yet nothing seems reals and she doesn't know who to believe.I really enjoyed the book, the story was told by the girl and it was interesting to dive into her fears and secrets, and how she tried to discover herself again!Halfway through it, i already figured out how the story will end and it was interesting to see how it unfolded. The last chapter [...]


  • What can I say? Just wow. I'm usually never surprised by an ending, but this one blew me away. I am totally in shock and think I'll have a hangover from this book for a while. A great read that keeps you on your toes until the very last word.


  • The Girl From The Sea by Shalini Boland is one of those really small books that will get missed by too many readers because they'll never hear about it. That is too bad. This is a book that needs strong marketing behind it to draw attention to what may be one of the more original and freshest voice in modern mystery. What starts off as a tale of loss memory, tense atmosphere and the threat of impending danger; instead turns into something far more sinister and twisted."As I approach the hospital [...]


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