We Are All the Same in the Dark

We Are All the Same in the Dark

Name - We Are All the Same in the Dark

Reviews - 4.2/5

Pages - 368

By - Julia Heaberlin


About Book We Are All the Same in the Dark

NATIONAL BESTSELLER • PEOPLE PICK • OPTIONED BY SISTER PICTURES FOR TELEVISION • The discovery of {a girl|a woman|a lady} abandoned by {the side|the medial side} of {the road|the street|the trail} threatens to unearth the long-buried secrets of a Texas town's legendary cold case in this superb, atmospheric novel from the internationally bestselling author of Black-Eyed Susans

“If {you only|you simply|you merely|you just} read one thriller {this year|this season|in 2010}, {let it|allow it to|allow it} be this one. Psychologically absorbing, original and atmospheric. {I could|I possibly could|I really could} not turn the pages fast enough.”—Elin Hilderbrand, #1 New York Times bestselling author of 28 Summers

{It's been|This has been} {a decade|ten years|10 years} since Trumanell Branson disappeared, leaving {only a|merely a|just a} bloody handprint behind. Her pretty face still hangs {like a|such as for instance a|just like a|such as a} watchful queen on the posters on the walls of the town's Baptist church, {the police|law enforcement|the authorities} station, and in the high school. {They all|All of them|Each of them} promise {the same thing|the same|a similar thing}: We {will find|will discover|will see|may find} you. Meanwhile, Tru's brother, Wyatt, lives as a pariah in the desolation of the old family house, cleared of wrongdoing by {the police|law enforcement|the authorities} but tried and sentenced in the court of public opinion and in {a new|a brand new|a fresh} documentary {about the|concerning the|in regards to the} crime.

When Wyatt finds {a lost|a missing} girl dumped in {a field|an area|a subject} of dandelions, making silent wishes, he believes she {is a|is just a|is really a} sign. The town's youngest cop, Odette Tucker, believes she {is a|is just a|is really a} catalyst {that will|that'll|which will|that may} ignite a seething town still {waiting for|awaiting|looking forward to} {its own|its|a unique} missing girl {to come|in the future|ahead} home. But Odette can't look away. She shares a wound that won't close with the mute, one-eyed mystery girl. And {she is|she's} haunted by {her own|her very own} history with the missing Tru.

Desperate {to solve|to resolve|to fix} both cases, Odette fights {to save|to truly save|to save lots of} the lost girl in {the present|the current|today's} and to dig up the shocking truth {about a|in regards to a|of a} fateful night in the past—{the night|the night time} her friend disappeared, {the night|the night time} that inspired her {to become a|to become|becoming a} cop, {the night|the night time} that wrote {them all|all of them|them} {a role|a part|a function|a position} in the town's dark, violent mythology.

In this twisty psychological thriller, Julia Heaberlin paints unforgettable portraits of {a woman|a lady|a female} and {a girl|a woman|a lady} who redefine perceptions of physical beauty and strength.

Praise for We Are All the Same in the Dark

“This chilling tale of buried sins is relentlessly unpredictable.”—The Times (South Africa)

“[Julia] Heaberlin knows how to build to a truly shocking twist, how to break a reader’s heart and then begin mending it. ‘What’s coming is always unimaginable,’ Odette’s one-time therapist tells her, ‘and by that, I mean just that. It cannot be imagined. What’s coming never acts or behaves the way we think it will.’ That’s true for this novel, too.”—The Dallas Morning News

 Editorial Reviews 

“[Julia Heaberlin] once again brilliantly captures the atmosphere and rough beauty of a strange and divided state.”—CrimeReads

“Exceptional . . . After a devastating twist halfway through, the intense plot builds to an emotional finale. Heaberlin sensitively addresses issues of survival and vulnerability in this heart-wrenching gothic tale.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“One of my favorite reads of the year . . . [Heaberlin’s] beautiful prose propelled me through this spine-chilling novel. . . .The book is absolutely mesmerizing.”—Heather Gudenkauf, New York Times bestselling author of The Weight of Silence

“I loved this book: gorgeous writing, interesting characters, a unique setting, and an unsettling, surprising mystery. Everyone needs to put this book on their to-be-read list right now!”—Amy Engel, bestselling author of The Familiar Dark

“A gripping, richly layered exploration of haunted souls in a haunted place . . . a story that keeps you guessing at every turn.”—Lou Berney, author of November Road

“One of the best standalone mysteries I’ve read in a while . . . thrilling and complex, with richly imagined characters who will break your heart even as they confront the monsters, real and imagined, that hide in the dark.”—Kathleen Kent, author of The Burn and the Edgar finalist The Dime

“Unsettling and atmospheric . . . tense and edgy . . . Julia Heaberlin holds you spellbound all the way to the emotional and devastating conclusion.”—Lesley Kara, internationally bestselling author of The Rumor
“An intense, intelligent thrill-ride of a book—undoubtedly the one I will be recommending all year.”—Elizabeth Haynes, New York Times bestselling author of Into the Darkest Corner
“Raw, stunning, both otherworldly and lapel-grabbing, this is the book to grab when you need something to grab you. Julia Heaberlin has written a tour de force.”—Rene Denfeld, bestselling author of The Child Finder and The Butterfly Girl

About The Author

Pineapple Julia Heaberlin is the author of the critically acclaimed Black-Eyed Susans a USA Today and Times (U.K.) bestseller. Her psychological thrillers, which also include Paper Ghosts (finalist for the ITW Thriller Award for Best Novel), Playing Dead, and Lie Still, have been sold in more than twenty countries. Heaberlin is an award-winning journalist .