If you’ve lost someone beloved, The Other People want to help…
Gabe sees his daughter, Izzy, in the back window of a car ahead of him on the freeway one night. He assumes that he is mistaken until she mouths the word “Daddy”. He gives chase but loses the car in the traffic. When he arrives home, the police tell him his wife and daughter have both been murdered. How is that possible?
After driving the freeway for three long years searching for the car and Izzy, Gabe is befriended by Katie, a waitress in the gas station truck stop he frequents. She has also lost someone. In the meantime, Fran and her daughter Alice are running away from a threat. How do these stories intertwine? Will Gabe find Izzy? Or is she already dead and Gabe is living in a fantasy world?
I enjoyed this paranormal thriller. The Other People was engaging and kept me reading until late at night. The characters seem genuine. Plus the atmosphere and the feeling of dread in the book is kept at 11. It is perfect for readers who like a bit of horror with their thrillers. 4 stars!
Thanks to Ballantine Books, Random House and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.