Missing Review


Title: Missing
Author: Sue Whiting
Publisher: Walker Books
Publication Date: 01 March 2018
Source: Pan Macmillan South Africa
Format: Paperback
Pages: 270
Rating: DNF


Goodreads Synopsis:

What do you hope for when there is no hope? In search of this answer, award-winning Australian author Sue Whiting delivers a confronting mystery for younger readers.

Mackenzie da Luca’s mother is missing – she’s vanished without a trace in the jungles of Panama. Now, 116 days later Mackenzie and her dad are in those same jungles. Her dad is desperate to find out what’s happened to his wife. And Mackenzie is desperate to make sure he doesn’t ...


Book Review:

I received this book a while ago and felt like I was in need of a quick short read recently. This book seemed like a great choice because it was under/ around three hundred pages. I am also really intrigued by the secret that our main character has to keep.  Overall, this book wasn’t for me. Unfortunately, the writing and plot failed to capture me. The beginning started off really well, it pulled the reader in by creating a mystery as to where our main character and her father were off to in such a rush. However, despite the enticing start, I struggled to get into the story, and I felt as if I didn’t connect with the story. I strongly believe that this book will be perfect for young readers who want a book that I believe will be thrilling. I think that a lot of younger readers might be able to connect more with our main character.  Thank you to Pan Macmillan South Africa for providing me with a copy of this book.

Yours in Reading,
Melleny

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