The Last to Vanish

Written by:
Megan Miranda
Narrated by:
Alex Allwine

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
July 2022
9 hours 23 minutes

Visitors come to Cutter’s Pass to disappear into nature…not vanish into thin air. Don’t miss this “eerie thriller [that] can stand next to Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House and Stephen King’s The Shining” (Booklist) about a disappearing journalist, unsolved mysteries and a mountain town with more secrets than answers, from Reese Witherspoon Book Club selected and New York Times bestselling author Megan Miranda.

Ten years ago, Abigail Lovett fell into a job she loves, managing The Passage Inn, a cozy, upscale resort nestled in the North Carolina mountain town of Cutter’s Pass. Cutter’s Pass is best known for its outdoor offerings—rafting and hiking, with access to the Appalachian trail by way of a gorgeous waterfall—and its mysterious history. As the book begins, the string of unsolved disappearances that has haunted the town is once again thrust into the spotlight when journalist Landon West, who was staying at the inn to investigate the story of the vanishing trail, then disappears himself.

Abby has sometimes felt like an outsider within the community, but she’s come to view Cutter’s Pass as her home. When Landon’s brother Trey shows up looking for answers, Abby can’t help but feel the town closing ranks. And she’s still on the outside. When she finds incriminating evidence that may bring them closer to the truth, Abby soon discovers how little she knows about her coworkers, neighbors, and even those closest to her.

Megan Miranda brings her best writing to The Last to Vanish, a riveting thriller filled with taut suspense and shocking twists that will keep you guessing until the very end.
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Ryan N.

I found it very slow and not very exciting. Story line was okay.

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Elizabeth R.

One of the first books I absolutely could not finish. Storyline never developed, and the narrator was torturous.

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Lisa T.

meh, I gave up on chapter 19. I could've hung in there had the narration been better. Flat as a pancake, very little deflection. no emphasis where it was needed, etc. and the story was ho-hum. too many great books available to read/listen to, don't want to waste my time on something that isn't bringing anything to the table

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Stephanie K.

A bit slow paced and non climatic. It was a little bit hard to listen to during the middle portion. I liked the idea of the story and the story line itself, but there was very little character development.

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I did not find this gripping or propulsive. Maybe it was the ho-hum narrator, but I found this rather slow and dull.

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