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Missing Me (2012)

by Sophie McKenzie(Favorite Author)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 1
0857077260 (ISBN13: 9780857077264)
Simon & Schuster
Girl, Missing
review 1: Thoroughly enjoyed this! Having the perspective from madison made a really good change: I think if it had all been about lauren again it would have gotten too repetitive of the last books. It maintains constant suspense throughout which I really liked: there were no points where the excitement and suspense dropped! Madison made a really great protagonist and I love how the book is still about missing people but isn't the same as the last two in this trilogy. Highly recommend it: I loved it!!
review 2: Fairly similar idea with the two other books in the series: 'Girl, Missing' and 'Sister, Missing'. Obviously, different story line- from the point of view of Madison. This is interesting as Madison is less confident and shyer than Lauren (as the book states: a sha
... moredow of Lauren). The book essentially gives a message about finding yourself, as Madison seemed to be missing and found out who she was at the end of the book.Some bits were predictable, as always: I guess, this is what they call 'foreshadowing'. I wanted Madison to do the right thing and just TALK TO SOMEONE but she kept getting into even more trouble. It was very odd looking at Lauren and Jam all grown up, ready to have a baby, as in the previous books they were teenagers. I read it in around 2 days as I thought it was very gripping. It was very odd sensing that this was the last book in the series. As a whole it very fun and simple to read. And I thought the characters (especially Esme and Wolf) were expressed/described very well. less
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Not as good as the first book. Slow and cliched. Stop reading half way through.
I think the third one just smashed it. a good end to all three books
its int he same pattern as the other books
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