The Boy in the Photo - Nicole Trope

The Boy in the Photo

By Nicole Trope

  • Release Date: 2019-06-28
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Size: 3.89 MB
Score: 4
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‘Loved loved loved this book!… What an incredible story... will have you holding your breath until the shocking ending. I was glued to this book and couldn't go to sleep until I had finished it. And the next day I read it again!’ NetGalley Reviewer, 5 stars

She becomes aware of the silence at the other end of the line. A prickling sensation crawls up her arms. Her heart speeds up. ‘Found who?’ she asks, slowly, carefully, deliberately.
‘They found Daniel.’

Six years ago

Megan waits at the school gates for her six-year-old son, Daniel. As the playground empties, panic bubbles inside her. Daniel is nowhere to be found. Her darling son is missing.

Six years later

After years of sleepless nights, and endless days of missing her son, Megan finally gets the call she has been dreaming about. Daniel has walked into a police station in a remote town just a few miles away.

Megan is overjoyed – her son is finally coming home. She has kept Daniel’s room, with his Cookie Monster poster on the wall and a stack of Lego under the bed, in perfect shape to welcome him back. But when he returns, there is something different about Daniel…

According to the police, Daniel was kidnapped by his father. After his dad died in a fire, Daniel was finally able to escape. Desperate to find out the truth, Megan tries to talk to her little boy – but he barely answers her questions. Longing to help him heal, Megan tries everything – his favourite chocolate milkshake, a reunion with his best friend, a present for every birthday missed – but still, Daniel is distant.

And as they struggle to connect, Megan begins to suspect that there is more to the story. Soon, she fears that her son is hiding a secret. A secret that could destroy her family…

A heartbreaking, emotional and poignant drama about a family in turmoil. Fans of Jodi Picoult, Liane Moriarty and Linda Green – this moving and stirring novel is for you.

Readers are absolutely loving The Boy in the Photo:

Incredible... it's going on my list of favourite reads of the year. I had tears streaming down my cheeks... I was blown away... I really can't say enough great things about this book. It is a must read’ Jaynie’s Book Reviews, 5 stars

'OMG... Simply amazing... Heartbreaking... I went and hugged my daughter and messaged my son "I love you".' NetGalley Reviewer, 5 stars

Absolutely heartbreaking and absolutely beautiful. I loved everything about this book. Make sure that you have tissues at hand because you will need them.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars

OMG!!!!! An absolute meteor shower of stars for this one! Fantabulous! Jaw-dropping. Twisty… So, so wonderful… If I could rate a book 100 stars, I would give them... An outstanding read.’ Sandy's Book a Day Blog, 5 stars

OMG...WOW!... Fast paced, edge-of-your-seat and an emotional rollercoaster that was a thrill ride from beginning to endI highly recommend it!!Confessions of a Bookaholic, 5 stars

‘Loved loved loved this book! What an incredible story… Told in a riveting way that will have you holding your breath until the shocking ending. I was glued to this book and couldn't go to sleep until I had finished it. And the next day I read it again.’ NetGalley Reviewer, 5 stars

'OMG... What an emotional rollercoaster this book was!!! One minute I was crying and the next I’m shocked... I was so heartbroken.' Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars

Wow!... Took me for an emotional ride.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars

One hell of an emotional read and then some. I loved itOh my giddy aunt, this is a book that is guaranteed to tug on the heartstrings.’ Ginger Book Geek

A heartbreaking story of a family wrenched apart, only to be put back together like a jigsaw puzzle… with the pieces in the wrong places… You’ll feel your stomach twist in anticipation with each turn of the page. 5 tingling stars for this one.’ Jan’s Book Buzz, 5 stars

SO SO GOOD!… Superbly written. I was hooked from start to finish.’ Loopyloulaura

Two simple words, LOVED ITPlenty of OMG moments.’ Book Reviews for u

This book will rip your heart out.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars

Oh my soul… I could not put this book down… Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars

An absolute masterpiece!Brianne’s Book Reviews, 5 stars

‘I loved addictive - I stayed up till 1am this morning to finish it!! That's way past my bedtime but I just couldn't put it down.’ Goodreads Reviewer

‘I read this with my heart in my throat… One of my midnight reads, I was so happy losing sleep over it!!’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars


  • Predictable, vanilla

    By YMSpncer
    I don’t write reviews at all, but I just had to for this one. I was honestly intrigued at first but I won’t lie it didn’t take me long at all to figure out the end of the book. It’s very obvious and predictable. I kept reading it just to see if there was an incredible amazing twist at the end, but again, nothing. It was more of a suspense kind of feeling at the end, a long drawn out “JUST TELL ME WHAT I ALREADY KNOW!!!!” I would perhaps recommend this book to a teenager, but not for an adult. Who knows, maybe it is already written for teens and I just wasn’t observant enough to notice that when I bought it and hunkered down to read it. The author has a lot of potential. Even J.K. Rowling’s first HP book wasn’t all that amazing but she grew with time and the more she wrote. 1/5 stars will not be reading again.
  • Loved it! Could not put it down!

    By Mlibber34
    I started reading the sample early today and found myself mesmerized by Megan and Daniel. I had to buy the book and couldn’t wait to get to the end...and WOW what an ending! Great work!
  • Sooooo amazing

    By anime lover girl 123
    This book had me crying it was soooo good I really recommend it
  • The boy in the photo

    By bored to dearg
    Utterly boring. Painfully shallow
  • 3rd person

    By teeeeeeeeeeeekle
    Whole thing is written in 3rd person, which for some reason is irritating IMO, to the point it is distracting and a chore to read. :(
  • Melodrama

    By ibooksprefered
    Main character is boring. Book is overly melodramatic. Not realistic. Many reviewers said they cried...are you kidding! Get a life.
  • Wow!

    By cbear46
    This book was very sad and beautiful. I loved it! Having a similar, terrible ex, it was easy to imagine myself in this situation. It really has me crying at the end! ❤️
  • Sooooo good!

    By Badbrad_tha_1
    Wow I had no book on me and purchased this book from my phone and read it in two days! Awesome book, face paced, will have you crying and flipping pages to see what’s next!
  • The Boy In The Photo

    By Bun Brrabbid Lop
    Nicole Trope is a superb writer/author!!! Her stories are varied. This one kept me on edge. And, it is much different from a previous book. I am not complaining...but, this story really kept me in turmoil. In the beginning of it, was very depressing. I kept thinking: there has to be more ahead to interest and intrigue me. Found myself holding my breath at times without realizing this—until I took a big breath!!! Nicole—you are wonderful!!! Keep writing and putting out eBooks!!! 🐰🐰🐰
  • Great read

    By Primadonna2
    This amazing book kept me awake. It was thrilling and sad. Couldn’t put it down. I would highly recommend this book.👍