Sunday, June 3, 2018

Review: Vanishing Girls

Vanishing Girls Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The story is told from the point of view of Nick, the main character, and her sister, Dara. Immediately the reader is drawn to Nick as a sympathetic character. She is a straight A student, has a job and is overall responsible. Meanwhile her sister Dara is a wild child. Partying, drinking, experimenting drugs and other things, it is hard to like Dara at first. But, because the book is told in first person moving between characters' points of view, Dara surprisingly slowly begins to grow on the reader.

This book has a jaw dropping twist that you did not see coming at all and will have you thinking WTF.

Seriously one of the best young adult novels i have read this year.

well worth the read!


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