Monday, February 13, 2017

Review: All The Missing Girls by Megan Miranda


Nic returns home after ten years to take care of her father's house. Another woman is missing, just like ten years ago when her friend Corrine disappeared. The story is told backwards - counting down to the new disappearance.

I tried to like the book, but between the time jumping and backwards telling, I struggled to follow the events. Of course, I also had the problem I had with Girl on the Train -- I couldn't stand the characters. I finished it, but I am not sure why.

Terri

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