Today’s team review is from Karen, she blogs here https://mytrainofthoughtson.wordpress.com
Karen has been reading The Girl Who Wasn’t There by Nick Clausen
The story starts when Andy leaves his little sister outside the library. When he returns some minutes later – she is gone.
With “The Girl Who Wasn’t There”, Nick Clausen has created an intriguing plot about a boy who wants to save his sister; he is soon convinced that she has been abducted, and luckily gets unexpected advice at his favourite location. “The Girl Who Wasn’t There” comprises authentic characters with sufficient depth; I got very close to Andy and his mindset. Nick Clausen introduces his characters with care. I had a great time reading – this is a very compelling read; I was drawn into the story right away, close to Andy and his allies. The plot offers food for thought, still keeps me thinking. There were some surprising turns, and I was fascinated to see in what manner Nick Clausen’s story reaches the finishing line.
The cover is great – perfect for this story.
This is for you if you like thought-provoking stories and teen and young adult horror and mystery.
A remarkable story to read again.
Monsters are real. And they steal children.
A young girl disappears without a trace.
The police have no clue as to what might have happened.
The severed family is thrown into despair as weeks go by, and still no sign of her.
The girl’s older brother begins looking for her on his own.
Soon he becomes convinced that a supernatural being has taken her.
Unfortunately, it turns out he’s right …
The Girl Who Wasn’t There is a gripping supernatural thriller.