The Party

The Party

by Lisa Hall

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Overview

‘Compelling, addictive…brilliant’ B A Paris

It was just a party. But it turned into a nightmare.

When Rachel wakes up in a strange room, the morning after a neighbour’s party, she has no memory of what happened the night before. Why did her husband leave her alone at the party? Did they row? Why are Rachel’s arms so bruised? And why are her neighbours and friends so vague about what really happened?

Little by little, Rachel pieces together the devastating events that took place in a friend’s house, at a party where she should have been safe. Everyone remembers what happened that night differently, and everyone has something to hide. But someone knows the truth about what happened to Rachel. And she’s determined to find them.

The Party is the gripping new novel from bestseller Lisa Hall.

What readers are saying about Lisa Hall:

'What a smasher!'

'Grabs you from the start, keeps hold of you all the way through, spinning you this way and that, riveting read.'

'What a brilliant book'

'Another great read. Very exciting. Can’t put down!'

'fast paced and nerve-jangling. Loved it'

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780008215002
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/12/2018
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 10,182
File size: 780 KB

About the Author

LISA HALL loves words, reading and everything there is to love about books. Lisa lives in a small village in Kent, surrounded by her towering TBR pile, a rather large brood of children, dogs, chickens and ponies and her long-suffering husband. She is also rather partial to eating cheese and drinking wine. Readers can follow Lisa on Twitter @LisaHallAuthor

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The Party 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book hoping that at some point I would begin to grasp the plot and understand how someone could possibly throw up so often. So many red herrings that not only led nowhere but were truly unnecessary to the story. The end was thankfully ridiculous which demonstrated consistency.