Friday, October 20, 2017

Daughter of Deep Silence by Carrie Ryan

Daughter of Deep Silence
by Carrie Ryan [YA Ryan] 

Frances Mace is the only person who knows that Senator Wells and his son Gray are lying about what really happened to the cruise ship Persephone. According to the Wells’, a massive wave sunk the ship. As they were adrift for 7 days, Francis and her friend, Libby, relived the horror of unknown men boarding the ship and shooting everyone. Hours before they were rescued, Libby died. Believing Francis could be in danger, Libby’s father offers her protection by taking Libby’s identity until they can figure out the truth of what happened.

Years later, Frances has yet to figure out what happened the day that Persephone was attacked. Her confusion, hurt, and despair have turned into anger towards the Senator and his son. Using resources available to her as “Libby,” Frances comes up with a plan to work her way into the Senator’s life, where she can continue to search for answers, and set her revenge in motion.

[ official Daughter of Deep Silence page on the official Carrie Ryan web site ]

Recommended by Marie P.
Bennett Martin Public Library

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