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How far would you run to escape your past?

For eight strangers in a Los Angeles backpacking hostel, even the other side of the world isn’t far enough.

The craving for a new identity and the chance to start again is something they have in common. But the search for a fresh start isn't as easy as they'd imagined.

And they soon discover that it doesn't matter where you are or who you are – if you can't lay the past to rest, coincidence, fate and deception have a way of catching up with you when you least expect it.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4496 KB
  • Print Length: 367 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1516837053
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

One word: Brilliant!

 on 4 April 2017
By Asimah Akhtar
I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to read this book. Having read the two previous books written by this author, The Wronged Sons and The One, I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed. And how right I was.

A terrific novel that should appeal to anyone who enjoys complex, character-driven, suspense novels.

 on 4 February 2018
By Paul S
This is a terrific book. Apart from the prologue however, it starts rather slowly as we are introduced to ten very different characters who are staying at a cheap, run-down, hostel in Venice Beach, Los Angeles. The first sixty chapters of the book focus on the back stories of each of the main protagonists and how they have ended up staying at the Venice Beach International Hostel. Slowly but surely you discover how they interact with each other and get some insights into why they behave the way they do. I must be honest and say that a couple of times I thought of abandoning the book in these early stages as there were a lot of characters to keep track of and I could not really see where the story was going. However, I am glad I didn’t give up on this book as part two is where the story really takes off and all the various threads are brought skillfully together.

Page turner, twists and turns..a great read

 on 19 January 2018
By Nicolap
This is my third John Marrs book, having read the good Samaritan and the one, I found this, like the others a page turner and it had me gripped.


 on 1 September 2017
By Catharine10
This is the second book of John Marrs I have read, and I really enjoyed this one too. I found the characters sympathetic and engaging. I actually cared what happened to them. My only criticism was not knowing how Savannah`s story was finally resolved, where did she go?? The last chapter was a little rushed but most of the strings were expertly pulled together. On a couple of issues I had to suspend belief but this is a novel after all. I really do like the way this guy writes and his little twists and turns had me guessing…. sometimes I was right and sometimes I wasn’t.. but I will certainly read more of his books.

Good Read

 on 25 January 2018
By Amanda Sayer
This is a story with lots of characters in, they all end up staying in The same hostel in LOs Angeles. They are all running away from something from their past. All of the characters stories are told in the past and present and they all link together.

Brilliant writing. Highly recommend

 on 14 April 2016
By Keely
Highly recommend you stick with this one. I found it a bit slow to get going as we were introduced to the various main characters of the story, however after several chapters you start to wonder where it is all leading and then find yourself unable to put it down.

No surprise that this book is a #1 Best Seller – it is brilliant!

 on 24 August 2016
By Rosy3683
Years ago I read James Michener’s The Drifters and this so inspired me that I packed up and set off. This book has had a similar effect and I made a life-changing decision when reading it. Why? Like The Drifters, we find a group of young people gathered together in unfamiliar surroundings, all with their own set of baggage searching for something they have yet to discover or know what it is. The characters are engaging and most importantly you find that you really care what happens to them. Slow to start, I was hooked from page one and as the story gained pace and cleverly hopped from one character to another, I found it unputdownable. I want to know what happens to everyone – a sure sign of a great read. Like The Drifters, this is a book of its time, backpacking today/hostel life and a myriad of back stories that gather tension as the story develops. It is so refreshing to discover a new author and John Marrs writes quite brilliantly. I highly recommend this book and have already begun another by this author. Enjoy it – I certainly did!
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