No One Knows

No One Knows With The Same Page Turning Suspense As The Girl On The Train And The Husband S Secret, New York Times Bestselling Author JT Ellison S No One Knows Is A Riveting Skillfully Plotted Publishers Weekly Thriller That Questions If The Narrator S Husband Really Has Returned From The Dead Or If She S Merely Losing Her MindAubrey Hamilton Has Been Mourning Her Missing Husband For Five Years, Despite Being Even While She Was Considered The Prime Suspect In His Murder But When He Is Officially Declared Dead, There Are Still Questions Than Answers Why Didn T Josh Show Up At His Friend S Bachelor Party Was He Murdered, Or Did He Run Away And Who Is The New, Mysterious And Strangely Familiar Figureman Suddenly Appearing In Aubrey S Life And Has She Finally Lost Her Mind After Years Of Loneliness And Confusion No One Knows Is An Evocative Mystery That Explores The Complex Darkness Within All Of Us, Perfect For Fans Of Gillian Flynn, Liane Moriarty, And Paula Hawkins

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 369 pages
  • No One Knows
  • J.T. Ellison
  • English
  • 11 January 2019

10 thoughts on “No One Knows

  1. says:

    3 stars to J.T Ellison s No One Knows, a suspense and thriller mystery novel I received this as a giveaway but was very interested in reading it in the end, I m glad I did as there were many good parts, but the ending was definitely a puzzle Story Aubrey Hamilton s parents died young and she fell prey to the repugnance of a bad seed in the foster system She had a few people watch out for her, including one she married when Josh became the love of her life A few years into their marriage, he disappears while at a friend s wedding and is presumed dead Many think Aubrey did it, and she almost went to jail for it After a few stints in rehab and jail, she finally gets her life in order, but she s not really enjoying her time When her mother in law has her son declared legally dead, Aubrey s world turns upside down She s due to inherit 5M but her mother in law plans to take it Sightings of Josh occur around town, and people suspect he might be alive A look a like falls in love with her and she gives him a chance And a drug dealer starts stalking her She s determined to figure out how it all fits together so she can move on with her life, but when it all comes to a crashing revelation 80% through, readers will be left spinning not knowing who to believe any Strengths 1 Aubrey has a grave struggle, and readers will root for her You want her to survive and either find Josh and have their happily ever after, or if he s truly dead, ride off into the sunset with Chase even though it started out as a lie She even takes care of her mother in law who HATED her when she s sick so the sympathy card definitely gets played.2 It s a page turner I read 30 pages the first night and was really tired so went to sleep, but the next day, I sat for 3 4 hours to finish it because I just had to know was he alive did she have something to do with it Was Chase a bad guy Was it the mother in law all along Was it the best friend Was it Arlo, her husband s best friend Someone was rotten and I couldn t stop til I knew Suggestions 1 Oh what a confusing ending And I m a smart guy Not Einstein, but pretty swift at solving these types of mysteries after reading a few hundred No spoilers here, but a lot is left out for readers to interpret and or choose their own ending I like some openness, but I think the lack of true clarity was a big let down.2 Too many holes in the story Parts left unanswered Do Tom and Daisy stay together Why did the foster brother tell us Megan was bad news without any real ending what was Megan s deal Where does the foster brother end up Who gets arrested The last page jumps 2 years into the future and is vastly different than the entire wrap up epilogue Too offbeat for me Final Thoughts Overall, I still liked the book I like the author s style it could have been a little tighter, had suspense and included solid, obvious structure to the way in which it was narrated But if you can look past those things, and you like a good plot with some intense characters, and a bunch of guess work, give it a chance I will definitely try another book by the author About Me For those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the who what when where and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by.

  2. says:

    Spoiler alert I understand having an unreliable narrator, but you can t just pull a 180 and have that tie everything together I enjoyed the premise and 85% of the book, but the end ruined it all for me.

  3. says:

    I received a copy of No One Knows by J.T Ellison from NetGalley for an honest review I wish to thank NetGalley, Gallery Books, and J.T Ellison for the opportunity.I know I know I know.This book has received higher ratings than mine In truth, this one registers at perhaps a 3.5 which isn t all that much different However, my itch that needed to be scratched was far in the line of technique than storyline.Joshua Hamilton is missing He and his wife, Aubrey, are guests at the wedding festivities of a friend Aubrey is mingling among the guests, but no one claims to have seen Joshua the entire evening Her story of arriving with Joshua doesn t seem to hold up In a panic, she arrives home only to step into the likes of a crime scene The police are having none of her flimsy excuses and Aubrey is arrested Even her own mother in law, Daisy, has testified against her However, without solid proof, Aubrey is found innocent..for the time being.Fast forward five years Now here s where this over used technique gets back and forth play than a speed ball at a tennis match The story constantly jumps from past to present even going back to when Aubrey was ten years old These fill ins are such a distraction The story is a good one, but it s like stargazing at the bright lights of Las Vegas never realizing that you have had to travel through the desert to get there J.T Ellison is a worthy author who writes a good story And we all love a story with a good ol twist or multiple twists within This one has that going for it J.T Ellison is an author to watch and I will be looking forward to the next one.

  4. says:

    No No No Don t bother.I am not even going to review this one I could barely get through it I am done reading books that are compared to GONE GIRL and GIRL ON THE TRAIN I am done reading books with unreliable narrators and those that have twists that really don t make any sense other than to be a gotcha know what I mean When you know there is one and are looking for one, you re prepared and it is a gimmick I want to believe my characters and like them and even if I can t, I still expect plausibility in context I am thankful to NetGalley for offering me the e book ARC when I requested it.

  5. says:

    Now anyone that follows my reviews thank you will know that I m a huge fan of twisty tales, those stories with incredibly well drawn characters that keep you on your toes for the entire time and hopefully surprise you at the end.There have been rumblings that this type of story has now been done to death, that there are no surprises, nothing new Well whilst J T Ellison has not necessarily done something new here what she HAS done is written a corker of a psychological thriller, with some intensely disturbing yet loveable characters, subtle twists that make you crazy and created a brilliantly atmospheric page turner.Aubrey is entirely fascinating dealing with the loss of her husband, facing down an uncertain future and haunted by a challenging childhood We first meet her just as Josh is being officially declared dead, from there things just start happening, she keeps seeing familiar faces but is someone watching her or is she going crazy Frankly I think I ve gone crazy trying to get a handle on her, but this is the beauty of this kind of novel when it is done this well.Aubrey is not alone in the fascinating character department As we start getting snippets of the past, time hopping to start bringing the bigger picture into focus, we have Mother in Law Daisy who has never liked Aubrey, new man in her life Chase, best friend Meghan and indeed Josh himself Weaving an intricate web around this bunch, J T Ellison creates a truly engaging tale of human nature and nurture, reminding us once again that you can never really know someone when it comes to their inner thoughts or motives Clever, unpredictable and GREAT fun to read.You may or may not see the end coming, but it doesnt matter in No One Knows the solution could be anything some seriously twisted people in here JUST the way I like it.Highly Recommended.

  6. says:

    MY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading List Fairy tales don t come true Parents die and leave you alone in the world Little girls get molested Lovers die husbands lie, and disappear, then try to pretend all is well. Aubrey s husband Josh has been missing for five years and now the evil mother in law, Daisy, is having him declared dead And Aubrey is livid that this woman is doing this, I didn t even know a mother could override the wife, but anyway The story moves back and forth in time, from when Aubrey and Josh knew each other as kids, between Aubrey then now and some with Josh then and up to the day he went missing I know it sounds confusing, but it s really not The book reeled me in and I just wanted to know what happened It wasn t all that climatic when the reader finds out what truly happened but it did have an end game and a happy ending in my opinion One evening when Aubrey and Josh are on their way to their friends bachelor and bachelorette parties, they get into a little fender bender, nothing major They run into the back of a vehicle, exchange information and continue on, they get to the hotel and go to their separate destinations within the hotel and that is the last time Aubrey sees her husband Where did he go She has to wonder this over and over for five years, she writes letters to him on his email praying he will one day answer Even after her mother in law declares him dead, Aubrey has a hard time moving on And on top of that she has to deal with Daisy taking her to court to contest the insurance money from Josh, it s a huge chunk of money and Daisy thinks she deserves it and not the wife, Aubrey Daisy is one evil lady She has treated Aubrey like dirt since her and Josh were young kids Aubrey has a long history with Josh, he was there for her when she got put into a foster home He doesn t really know all that happened to her there, but Aubrey has a sort of savior in her foster brother Tyler, even though he s in and out of jail Aubrey has always loved Josh and misses him so much, I can t even image if someone I loved just disappeared off the face of the earth I think that would be worse not knowing, at least if you know they died or something, you had some kind of closure There are a great group of characters in the book that all take part in this story We start to find out some strange things that finally comes to a conclusion and what happened to Josh We also found out Daisy was keeping a very big secret from everyone and it is strange how it all comes about, but it actually works out for the better I think the author did a very good job of creating characters you wanted to learn about and wrote the book in such a way that you wanted to hurry up and get to the end to find out what happened I would like to thank Netgalley and Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books for a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

  7. says:

    I don t understand how this has good reviews I don t know how to say this without revealing the ending of the book, so I ve hidden it because of spoilers How in the world did we go through the whole book with Aubrey narrating.and not know that she knew the whole story This book was a cheat You can t have an unreliable narrator and then have the narrator know everything at the end and call it a twist ending That s not a twist ending that s a lie I thought this book was barely okay until the end I didn t like the writing too much and the love scenes were unnecessarily long, but the ending was just ridiculous And there was absolutely nothing that brought Chase into this story It s just a coincidence that they are brothers What are the chances of that happening, seriously.

  8. says:

    This book has a premise that always draws me into a story someone missing without a trace I was engrossed throughout and really wanted to know what happened However, I felt manipulated by the author in the end Here are my opinions I had to put a spoiler warning because there s just no way to say this without it being a spoiler If she knew about everything, then why were we, the readers, led to believe that she didn t throughout most of the book That twist just came out of nowhere She was the epitome of the unreliable narrator Plus her drug use was a puzzle, just kept getting thrown in there from time to time but it wasn t really a factor.Some other puzzles were Meghan character had so much potential, but ended up being a red herring Chase being his brother was WAY too convenient The only thing that saved it was the thin thread that she thought he was dead because he didnt come back for her But that just elevated it from a 2 star to a 3 star This book was provided free by the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

  9. says:

    3 1 2 starsMy View The premise of this book enthralled me, the execution did not.This book did not follow through with its promises I did discover the merry go round but it made me dizzy and did not entertain Unfortunately there were large tracks of this narrative where I could no longer suspend my disbelief events, situations and characters that confused or just didn t work for me.Maybe it was me Maybe I was tired and unable to give this the concentration it needed And a few of the plots twists and reveals I guessed so the impact wasn t there My main issues were uneven writing and I was not able to suspend my disbelief maybe you can

  10. says:

    I loved this book so much when I read it as an ARC, I gave it a blurb Unputdownable, a gripping story that begs to be read in one sitting Writing blurbs is actually hard, because you want to tell potential readers everything about the book, but you only have a few words Unputdownable fits this book better than anything I started it and when I was forced to put it down, I couldn t stop thinking about it I had to know what happened That s a sign of a great story.I ve read most of J.T Ellison s Taylor Jackson and Samantha Owens series one a cop, one an M.E and I really enjoy those But there was something about reading a stand alone, a book that is not and can not be part of a series, that is particularly attractive to me as a reader This book delivers in all the best ways.

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