Girl, Missing (Paperback)Sophie McKenzie (author)
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Lauren is adopted and eager to know more about her mysterious past. But when she discovers shy may have been snatched from her family as a baby, her whole life suddenly feels like a sham. Why will no one answer her questions? How can she find her biological parents? And could her adoptive parents really have been responsible for kidnapping her?
Running away from her family to seek out the truth, Lauren's journey takes her deeper and deeper into danger as she realises that someone wants to stop her uncovering what really happened when she was a baby... at any cost...
A nail-biting YA thriller from the bestselling author of Close My Eyes
'Page-turning' The Independent
'Will have you gripped for hours' Sunday Express
'Please read this book: it is brilliant!; The Guardian
'Whenever I hear the phrase YA thriller I only ever think of one name - and that's Sophie Mckenzie. Why? Because noboody does it better' Phil Earle, award-winning author
'Sophie's thrillers are brilliant... you can't stop reading' Robert Muchamore, bestselling author
'Brilliantly described, scary and touching' The Daily Mirror
10 YEARS OF AWARDS FOR Girl, Missing
Manchester Children's Book Awards
Bolton Children's Book Award
Soilhill Book Award
Winner of the Sakura Medal
Red House Children's Book Award
Richard and Judy Best Kids' Book
Lewisham Children's Book Award
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 190 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 21 mm
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AMAZING. The author just grips your eyes from the book and makes you read on and on and n. In love with the book and the author, A definet book I would never get bored of.
I am 13 and recently read Girl Missing. I enjoyed this book immensely and was soon to move on to more Sophie McKenzie books such as Blood Ties and Blood Ransom, also good reads! I would recommend this book to anyone!
This book was amazing could not put it down the sequel is good too iv read it about 10 times:)
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