Megan Miranda has crafted a mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat, and I loved it. Until the end, but that has more to do with how I wanted the story to go, not where it went.

This is a story told backward, day by day, and jumps around. I want this book to become a movie. In some ways, I think it would be easier to see where it is going if that occurred. But I loved it, and want to read more books by her.

Missing girls ten years apart, a fair, and the woods. Honestly, I  will refuse to say any more about the plot than that. The writing is flowing and reveals only what the author wants you to think, perfectly crafted to her will.

If you enjoy mystery, this is the book for you. If you enjoy beautifully crafted stories, this is for you. If you enjoy happy endings… maybe pause before choosing this book.


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