🌿 R E V I E W – The Girls with No Names ðŸŒ±

Thank you to Harper Collins Canada for this advanced copy, in exchange for an honest review.

This book started off rather slow, and almost lost my interest. The author was setting up the family dynamics and the characters who would be involved, and it just seemed like a bunch of info.

However, about a third of the way through, I got into it. Both the sisters go missing, both by choice, but on very different paths. For one, it is easy to come home, but awkward. For the other, she is trapped, without her family knowing where she is, and no way of getting out.

I ended up enjoying this book. The main character, Effie, showed a real strength throughout. There was a mild MILD thriller aspect, in whether or not the girls were going to make it home to their families. I also enjoyed how there were multiple relationships that started out at odds and came together in the end. The ending was somewhat happy, but definitely had some sad aspects as well.

I would recommend this book! This one published January 7, 2020!


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