This story has been done and done and done again and this version added nothing novel to this tired premise. I'm not a wordy reviewer and I really don't see the point in delving into the endless list of ways this book was a mammoth disappointment for me. Friendly Disclaimer: This is not a thriller. It's more like a pseudo-mystery that should have been marketed to a teen audience rather than adult.
View all 87 comments. Apr 14, Christina - Traveling Sister rated it really liked it Shelves: library. When Abi receives a call at AM she knows that no good calls come at that hour. As she wakes from her sleep addled mind, from the safety of her dreams and a world in which her daughter is alive and thriving — she wakes to those nightmares realized.
Her beautiful, vibrant teenage daughter Olivia is in the hospital. A terrible accident has occurred and she must get there right away. As Abi flies down roads, driving in a reckless frenzy to understand what has happened to her daughter she has no idea what lies ahead. When Abi arrives to the hospital she finds that the daughter she knew to be so full of life and love, with a bright future ahead of her has fallen off a bridge and has no cognitive function left.
Olivia can not be laid to rest, Abi can not say goodbye to the shell of the daughter she once knew, because Olivia is pregnant and Abi had no idea. How could Abi have considered them so close, best friends even and not known that she was pregnant? Love was a risk, but it opened up a world of possibility, one you would never experience without it. Wowowowowow, where do I even begin with this? McDonald really knocked it out of the park for me on the emotional side of this thriller.
I was immediately drawn in right out of the gate and felt gripped by the unfolding of events. There were numerous times throughout reading that I had to step away because I felt my heart breaking along with Abi, it was visceral and real for me. But there are no redos in life. All you can do is live with it and move forward.
View all 11 comments. Sep 17, Linda rated it really liked it Shelves: net-galley , mystery-thrillers. Sometimes when things are falling apart, the jagged pieces drift together and fuse into a newer, unexpected version of life. Christina McDonald has taken those broken pieces of a family's tragedy and created quite the telling.
This one is heavily imbued with real, believable characters who find themselves leaning into the wind of unbearable loss. McDonald, adeptly, makes us turn our own heads and question what our reactions would be if we faced similar circumstances. The dreaded phone calls almos Sometimes when things are falling apart, the jagged pieces drift together and fuse into a newer, unexpected version of life.
The dreaded phone calls almost always come in the middle of the night. Abi Knight has just been informed by the hospital that her sixteen year old daughter, Olivia, has fallen from a bridge and is in critical condition. By the time that Abi and her sister, Sarah, arrive at the hospital, the news becomes even more dire. Olivia's scans show no brain activity.
But there is another victim on the edge of life Olivia is pregnant. While reeling from the onslaught of such bone-shaking news, Abi takes a stand to do all that she can to find who did this to her daughter. Olivia will remain on life-support in an effort to keep the baby alive until delivery can occur at the safest moment. The police report gives all indication that this was merely an accident. But Abi is far from convinced. McDonald shifts the story between alternating chapters voiced by Abi and Olivia. She keeps the tension in high gear as the calendar reverts to the past months leading to the bridge incident.
We will find out a good deal of Abi's past as well and how it impacts Olivia's. Everyone will become a suspect in your mind. Certain characters will whiz you off. McDonald does a fine job of engaging her readers because this is an emotional read with so much at stake in the mix of things. Let's face it It's that good. View all 38 comments. When I read a book and I start to fall for the characters, I know that it will quickly become a favorite of mine.
This book made me think about the impact of a single moment in time, and the ripple effect on the lives of those surrounding a young woman. It made me think about the chain of events that lead up to and away from a tragedy, and how we go about getting answers and finding a way to move forward when the worst happens. It is a story about the love of a mother, and the unrelenting pursuit of justice for her daughter. There has been irreversible damage to her brain. Devastated, Abi wonders how to say goodbye to her only daughter and best friend.
What happened that night? And how long has Olivia been pregnant? Did she know? As Abi becomes determined to find the answers she seeks, the carefully constructed life she has created for herself and her daughter begins to unravel. Her bracelet is missing, and there are bruises around her wrist. What really happened the night Olivia fell? Reflection What an incredible debut novel by Christina McDonald this is! I want to first speak on her writing—it is incredibly filled with detail that makes the scenes and emotions leap right off the page.
For instance, as Abi rushes to the hospital early one rainy morning, reeling from the call from the doctor about Olivia, McDonald describes the sensory details of that trip. The wet leaf caught on the windshield, being moved around by the wiper blades before finally tearing. The squeal of tires and grip of the steering wheel as she tries to balance her panic with arriving safely. The sharp contrast between the bright lights and the dark hours of the morning, glistening on the damp pavement.
The shakiness in her legs. Her writing is like this throughout the book, contrasting the inner monologue of the characters with the detail of their surroundings. You can easily picture this book as a film, watching it play out before your eyes. And the story itself is one that will leave you thinking about these characters long after you finish. It is charged with emotion, taut with tension, softened by the love of a mother and her grief. The horror I felt for Abi, hearing updates on the health of her grandchild while knowing that the birth of the baby would mean the death of her daughter—it almost overwhelmed me imagining what that would feel like.
How can she be happy about her grandchild when she knows it will mean she has to let Olivia go? Abi was a character that I completely fell for. She is aware of her own shortcomings, tries to do what is best, and stumbles along the way. Abi felt like someone I could know in real life. Someone I may have passed on the street one time, wondering what demons haunted her eyes. I loved the way these chapters were written—almost like a young adult novel.
They had the voice of a teenage girl. McDonald captured the worry and impulsivity of a seventeen year old perfectly. These chapters were so important, because without them Olivia would only exist for us through the eyes and heart of her mother Abi.
But Olivia herself is full of life and hope and teenage heart ache. It would be easy to have Olivia sainted through the eyes of Abi, but instead we see her—as imperfect and full of love as she is. With a life filled with potential, taken from her before her time. I read this book with the 5 of my book besties!!! We absolutely loved it. See my full review here! View all 31 comments. I am speechless The Night Olivia Fell blew me away.
I can't even remember the last time a book had this emotional pull on me. This book was not even on my radar until my reading group The Traveling Sisters organized a group read for it. I am so glad I joined in and read this with them. When I read the description of this book, I said no I can't read this. I am an ER nurse and I see so much heartache that I try not to read about it on my time off too. I just want to put this out there in case yo I am speechless I just want to put this out there in case you are worried about reading it.
Yes it tugs at your heartstrings but the whole book wasn't focused on the family sitting at bedside, as I thought it would be. I must say I was relieved and pleasantly surprised as I quickly figured this out. The majority of the story was trying to determine what happened to Olivia. Retracing her steps from her point of view and then flashing to current times.
We are privy to her relationships and how she interacted with everyone. We learn her thought process up until the time of the fall. There was so much mystery surrounding Olivia's fall that I literally could not put this book down until I had some solid answers. Towards the ending this story morphed into an emotional roller coaster for me. There is a part where the fine details that the author includes literally had me feeling like I was in the room with them.
I often come away from a book feeling euphoric when I really love the book. This book touched on something that I can't even put into the words. I felt emotionally overwhelmed for several hours after finishing. I felt a sense of personal loss, which I never feel like this when reading a book. I had to keep reminding myself that it is a BOOK and it is a work of fiction.
I think this speaks volumes as to the immense talent this author has that she managed to get me so emotionally worked up. I obviously can't express how much I loved this book and I highly recommend it to everyone. This book is going to stay in my thoughts for a long time to come. View all 28 comments. It was such a moving, suspenseful, enjoyable, and heartfelt tale that immediately evoked emotion and totally grabbed my attention. I absolutely love it when a book produces so much emotion from me and has me pondering and guessing the outcome with all the different possible scenarios.
This book for me had it all! I just let the story guide and take me there. I absolutely love the look and feel to this cover and think that it is such a fitting representation to storyline. Title: Intriguing, haunting, tragic, poignant and an extremely fitting representation to storyline. Plot: Fast-paced, fascinating, thought-provoking, moving, heartfelt and powerful. Ending: Bittersweet, tear-jerker, and satisfying. I was a blubbering mess!
Overall: Wowza, this book was amazing in everyway and I thoroughly enjoyed the reading experience and escape! A favourite read for me that I will forever remember and would highly recommend! Feb 07, Meredith B. It reminded me that the first hour of every new day starts with darkness - and then the sunshine comes Abi Knight wakes up during the night to a phone call that something has happened to her daughter.
Olivia is at the hospital. Abi rushes there and finds out her daughter is brain dead and also pregnant. Abi notices some fowl play and it determined to find out what happened. The police seem to think her fall was just an accident and try to silence the case. However, Abi needs to find out 5 Stars! However, Abi needs to find out what happened to her daughter. Olivia is a normal teenage girl.
She has her girl friends and her BFF Madison. She also has her football playing boyfriend but Olivia never feels like it's all quite right. Olivia has never had her Dad in her life because her mom made up a lie about him to push away the conversation. One day Olivia is on a school trip visiting a college and she sees a girl who looks identical to her.
They get to talking and it sparks Olivia's interest. Could this be my sister, twin, or is this just a coincidence? From there, Olivia starts to do research and finds out much more than she was hoping for This book was so good! I went into it thinking that I had heard similar stories before and it's true, there were similar stories. I also had an idea of what happened to Olivia. The part that really got my was the last few chapters.
This book is written in the exact voice real life Moms and Daughters. The chapters switch off between Olivia and Abi. Olivia's starts prior to her fall and Abi's chapters start when she finds out about her accident. At the end, the timelines meet up. I personally enjoyed the chapters this way because it kept me guessing at each of Olivia's chapters but Abi's chapters gave me a little bit more information each time. I just adored this book. It's more of a suspense then a thriller but has thriller elements. It's also heartfelt and inspirational at times.
All the emotions and I love when a book makes me feel all types of ways! I will definitely be reading more Christina McDonald in the future! Thank you to Gallery Books for my copy of this book! View all 29 comments. Abi Knight has to live a mother's worst nightmare. Her 16 year old daughter Olivia fell from a bridge after being assaulted and is now braindead. Olivia is also pregnant, something Abi hadn't known until Olivia's doctor informed her at the hospital. Her daughter will now be kept on life support until the baby dies or can be delivered. Abi puts all her energy and effort into discovering who was with Olivia that fateful night.
For a girl who didn't have any enemies, Abi thought, it turns out there Abi Knight has to live a mother's worst nightmare. For a girl who didn't have any enemies, Abi thought, it turns out there were at least five people who might have motives to want Olivia out of their lives or dead. For months Olivia hadn't been herself, which Abi became more aware of as she thinks back over the events of those months.
So much had been going on in Olivia's life that Abi wasn't aware of and Abi comes to learn just how much Olivia hated and resented the control that Abi exerted over her life. Control that Abi considered protecting and nurturing Olivia, but Olivia considered overbearing and repressive. As the book introduces us to each of the people who might want to harm Olivia, we also meet people who may not have wanted to harm her but still were instrumental in keeping the truth from coming out of what really happened that night.
Abi is a mom driven to find out the truth no matter how much it hurts because she'll never get her daughter back. With so many people in the book who might have a motive, I wasn't positive who was responsible for her injuries. Olivia did put herself in harm's way many times, and we read some chapters from her point of view.
Knowing her fate and reading her chapters, as they are happening, makes it hard to handle that we can't just stop her from taking the risks that she takes. I have never been a mother but I can see the frustration a parent would feel, wanting to protect their children and being helpless to do so. View all 21 comments. Mar 08, Lindsay - Traveling Sister rated it really liked it Shelves: traveling-sister-read. One of my worst nightmares. Being woken in the night by a phone call that my child has been in an accident and is in the hospital. This is what happens to Abi Knight.
After mysteriously falling off a bridge, her teenage daughter, Olivia, is on life-support with brain damage and no chance of recovery. Upon absorbing the shock of this devastating news, Abi discovers that Olivia is pregnant and must stay on life-support to keep the baby alive.
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This story pulled me in right away. I had coun 4 stars! I had countless urgent questions from the first few pages. What happened to Olivia? What was she doing out at night on that bridge? The author, Christina McDonald, does a fantastic job keeping the suspense thick and strong throughout the novel. The characters were extremely well developed, leaving a lasting and impactful impression. The last few chapters had me sobbing and emotionally drained. The Epilogue was so very powerful and perfect.
This book had a strong YA feel throughout which surprised me as it is marketed as a thriller. It was an impressive debut novel and I look forward to reading more from this author! This was a Traveling Sister read. View all 24 comments. Mar 04, Brenda - Traveling Sister rated it it was amazing Shelves: traveling-friends-ig , good-one-for-a-group-read , favorite , traveling-sister-reads.
We had the absolute pleasure of Christina McDonald joining in on our Traveling Friends Goodreads discussion as well as our Instagram discussion for her outstanding, emotional, thought-provoking domestic suspense novel The Night Olivia Fell. Christina so gracious with her time, spend two hours chatting with us and answering our questions. She shared some insight into the story and her writing. It was the most incredible reading experience we have had in our groups.
After our discussion with Chris We had the absolute pleasure of Christina McDonald joining in on our Traveling Friends Goodreads discussion as well as our Instagram discussion for her outstanding, emotional, thought-provoking domestic suspense novel The Night Olivia Fell. After our discussion with Christina, there might have been some dancing around the house! Family secrets and the search for the truth left us discussing what we prefer truth or happiness.
Thank you so much to Christina McDonald for joining in our discussion and for sending me a finished copy of your book. I will be hugging it for awhile! View all 49 comments. Her daughter Olivia was brain dead - and pregnant. Whether they help her or not - Abi is going to find out what happened to her daughter. Go Mom! She spends a ridiculous amount of time googling a girl named Kendall. Olivia was a smart cookie - she knew where to draw the line with each of her friends and mom.
Even straight A students - like Olivia and not into drugs - can become agitated and down right angry. Olivia was tired of being lied to But WHY? Abigail Knight - Abi- is focused on the investigation, yet we get backstory on her life too. She was an overprotective mother. Insecure with who she was.
Her own mother committed suicide when she was a teenager. Her childhood obviously affected the way she was with Olivia. This was a plausible enjoyable domestic thriller. Good - not over-the-top mind blowing gripping - rather it was a tender-heart - mystery thriller through the soul of a mother who loves her daughter View all 25 comments. May 15, Susanne Strong rated it it was ok Shelves: audiobooks. Here I am on an island, pretty much all alone. I started the audiobook with the highest of hopes having read all of my friends stellar reviews, eager to dig in.
Yet I kept going. Keep going! I kept hearing about the ending.. So I pushed through even though I had a guess, just one, the only one that made any sense to me, and I was right on. Insert big sigh. I considered switching to the written novel many times. That said, if this novel is on your tbr, please read other reviews as most everyone else absolutely loved book. Published on Goodreads on 5. View all 47 comments. Dec 30, j e w e l s rated it really liked it Shelves: books-bejeweled.
Right from the beginning, the book jolts you awake with Abi receiving a phone call in the middle of the night. Of course, it is not good. Her daughter, Olivia, has been rushed to a hospital after having fallen from a bridge. Whaaat happened? Now, Olivia is in a coma and can't answer the millions of questions Abi has for her. There is some suspense building and a bit of a twist during the novel as we slowly find out what happened to Olivia that fateful night. I would categorize this book as more of a general fiction genre, a little out of my favorite wheel house, but I did enjoy reading this one very much.
The characters are well drawn-- extremely relatable and sympathetic. Many thanks to Netgalley and the author for my early copy! All opinions are wholly mine. View all 6 comments. Jan 01, Christine rated it really liked it Recommended to Christine by: Kendall personally, rare 5 star. Though not categorized in either of of my top two genres, I requested it from Net Galley based on all the great reviews. It was the right move. Was it an accident as the police quickly rule or was there something more sinister at play? The story is told from the alternating perspectives of Olivia in the months leading up to her death and Abi in present time.
The novel features an excellent twisty plot filled with intrigue and emotion. As the story unfolded I became more and more immersed. We see how far a mother will go to protect her child, attain justice for what happens, and how to let go. Watching Abi evolve was almost as compelling as the mystery itself. The penultimate chapter and the touching epilogue brought tears to my eyes. The author leaves us feeling inspired and hopeful.
In the crowded field of domestic drama stories, I believe this is one worth seeking out. Highly recommended for everyone. Christina McDonald for an advanced copy of the book. Opinions are mine alone and are not biased in any way. View all 26 comments. Feb 28, Dem rated it liked it Shelves: psychological-thrillers. An entertaining and suspensful read that kept me turning the pages but not one for my favourites list. Read more like a YA novel, The night Olivia Fell is partly narrated by Olivia, a teenager, and the mystery surrounding her fall while the other half is narrated by her mom Abi.
The story is suspensful and every parent's worst nightmare, when mother Abi Knight is startled awake in the middle of the night to a ringing phone and devasting news, her teenage daughter Olivia have been in a terrible ac An entertaining and suspensful read that kept me turning the pages but not one for my favourites list. The story is suspensful and every parent's worst nightmare, when mother Abi Knight is startled awake in the middle of the night to a ringing phone and devasting news, her teenage daughter Olivia have been in a terrible accident.
The characters in the novel are well developed and realistic and I found myself invested in the story as the plot is strong for the first half of the novel and the suspense created keeps the reading invested in the story and turing the pages. An entertaining and well written debut novel but not one for my favourites list. View all 9 comments. A mother's heart-wrenching search for the truth. Breathtaking and unputdownable! Beautifully written, the hope and anticipation of what the outcome would be was nearly unbearable and as heart-wrenching as it was, I could not put it down! Wild horses couldn't h A mother's heart-wrenching search for the truth.
Wild horses couldn't have pulled me away! The characters are perfectly scripted, capturing the age group they represented, both adults and teenagers. The storyline is completely unique to anything I've read, deeply emotional, heart-wrenching, and believable. Olivia's mother is as relentless as any mother would be which was both beautiful and courageous in her search for the truth of what happened to her daughter on that fateful night, despite everyone trying to convince her that the fall was a tragic accident and nothing more.
I loved everthing about this story, from the lovely and telling cover, the radiant and graceful description of the seasons, the characters, and to the exquisite beauty of the range of emotions this novel provoked in me. I'll say now that it's a rare occurance for me to be driven to so many tears that it took quite some time for me to get through the final pages. This is one book I will be purchasing when the final copy is released in February and it will be remembered as a favorite book for both and I will, without a doubt, read it again! I recommend that you grab your favorite drink, snack, and a box of Kleenex, lock yourself away so you can enjoy the story from beginning to end!
With thanks to NetGalley, Christina McDonald , and Gallery Books for this advanced uncorrected digital proof for me to read and review. Imagine getting the horrible news that your daughter has taken an awful fall from a bridge, is in the hospital and is declared brain dead? Now imagine that you also find out that this same daughter, who you have raised as a single parent is pregnant? This is the premise of the story The Night Olivia Fell.
As a parent, this is your worst nightmare.
How did this happen? How could a beloved daughter be brain dead and who is the father of the child she is carrying? Abi Knight is living that nightmare Imagine getting the horrible news that your daughter has taken an awful fall from a bridge, is in the hospital and is declared brain dead? Abi Knight is living that nightmare. She has received the phone call every parent dreads. Her daughter, the person she has loved and cared for, has now to rely on machines to keep her alive. The machines cannot be turned off as Olivia being pregnant, must be kept on life support in an effort to keep the child she carries alive.
Abi, is distraught. Her overwhelming desire is to ferret out exactly what happened to Olivia. How and why did she fall? Who is the father of her unborn grandchild, and as Abi digs further into this heart breaking dilemma, many characters play a role in Abi's search for truth. Abi's old boyfriend, a very successful politician running for office, has mysteriously reappeared as well as her sister, Sarah, who constantly lends support to a grieving mother. The police are involved, but there seems to be some kind of reluctance to investigate this tragedy. Told in alternating voices, we learn of Abi and discover her life, her fears and her ultimate love for her child.
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