Audiobook Review – Six Days

Title: Six Days

Author: Dani Atkins

Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ Romance

Goodreads Rating: 4.32

My Rating:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Source: ARC


Two people. One love story. Six days.
He loves me… He loves me not… He loves me…

Gemma knows that she and Finn are destined to be together. They are soulmates. But then, on their wedding day, he never arrives at the church.

Gemma is convinced Finn wouldn’t abandon her like this, even though he has disappeared once before. But back then he had a reason. She feels sure something terrible has happened, but no one else is convinced. Even the police aren’t concerned, telling Gemma most people who disappear usually turn up in a week… assuming they want to be found, that is.

For the next six days Gemma frantically searches for Finn, even though every shocking revelation is telling her to give up on him. Before long, even she begins to doubt her own memories of their love.

How long can she hold on to her faith in Finn if everyone is telling her to let him go?

My Review:

I’d like to thank NetGalley and Head of Zeus for approving me for an ARC of this book.

We are thrown straight into the action with Gemma being jilted on her wedding day. I can’t begin to imagine how she must of felt when Finn didn’t turn up and it is safe to say that she went through every emotion.

What I had to admire was Gemma’s strong will and insistence that Finn had not jilted her, that something must of happened to him. Unwilling to accept that he had left Gemma sets off on her own investigation to try and find out why Finn didn’t show up to their wedding. During the course of this investigation we get flashbacks to how Finn and Gemma met. To say it was a bumpy ride would be an understatement. There were many times that their dedication to each other was tested and quite often it was Finn who bolted.

Throughout the story Gemma is well supported by her dad and her best friend Hannah. The two supporting characters offered everything that Gemma could need and more! I even loved the links back to Gemma’s mum and the touching ways they brought her into the story.

Given Gemma and Finn’s history it was unsurprising when Gemma’s discoveries all seemed to point to Finn leaving her but there was something nagging at me. Surely after everything they had been through Finn wouldn’t just walk away? As we near the end it becomes clear what has happened and it is so beautifully written that I challenge anyone not to shed a tear or two over this book. Yes you are definitely going to need tissues for this one!


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