All the Missing Girls

All the Missing Girls

A Novel

eBook - 2016
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In a story told in reverse over the course of fifteen days, Nicolette Farrell, returning to her rural hometown ten years after the disappearance of her best friend, attempts to unravel the truth about the disappearance of another young woman.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2016
Characteristics: 1 online resource (371 pages)
Edition: First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition
ISBN: 1501107984


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May 24, 2018

This book has a confusing writing style and I hated how it went backwards in time. I finished it to the end because I wanted to know what happened but this is one of the more disappointing books I have read from this genre.

LoganLib_Zoe Apr 30, 2018

This book really left you wanting more and you couldn't just put it down as some chapters were left as cliffhangers. I really enjoyed this book, especially as it was told in reverse. It really made you think. Just when you thought it was one person, evidence swayed you to another. There were some chapters where it was a bit pointless but overall i really liked the way it made you think.

Apr 13, 2018

I really struggled with this novel. The reversed time was just too confusing and the story line was silly in spots. I think the book could have done with a 100 page edit as it just went on and on at the end. One of my least enjoyable books in a long time. I gave it 2 stars as I was compelled to finish it just to find out "who done it".

Nov 29, 2017

Phenomenal book! I highly recommend! The author has a unique writing style and weaves an amazing tale. I started this book on a Saturday afternoon... could not put it down, ended up pulling an all nighter to finish it.
Amazon book!!

Nov 21, 2017

Hated the backward story style...too confusing, but I hung in there and did enjoy how it was wrapped up. The title is deceiving...ALL the missing girls? Should have left off the all.

Oct 18, 2017

I had a hard time following this story the way it was written. I almost didn't finish it, but decided to when I hit the half way point. The story starts off telling you that it has been ten years since Nicolette Farrell left town when her best friend Corrine disappeared. When Nicolette comes home to help her brother sell her father's house, another girl goes missing. Now Annaleise Carter is missing and Nicolette tries to uncover the truth in what happened to both of these girls.

Oct 01, 2017

This book kept me interested throughout. It's told for the most part in reverse and has some interesting twists and turns. Once I got to the halfway point, I couldn't put it down and finished it in a night. Reminded me a little bit of the way Good as Gone was written, and I really enjoyed that book as well.

I LOVED THIS BOOK! I can't really tell you why though. I don't know if it was the mystery, the setting, or the format, but it sent me into a reading hangover--nothing since has lived up to this. I loved the format of this book--telling us the story backward. Each chapter ends at the beginning of the previous chapter. The mystery keeps you guessing and and the characters are complicated. I really enjoyed this one.

KHCPL_Wagner Jul 11, 2017

It’s been ten years since Nicolette Farrell left her rural hometown after her best friend, Corinne, disappeared from Cooley Ridge without a trace, and now Annaleise Carter has vanished. Told backwards — Day 15 to Day 1 — from the time Annaleise goes missing, Nic works to unravel the truth about her younger neighbor’s disappearance, revealing shocking truths about her friends, her family, and what really happened to Corinne that night ten years ago.

Apr 21, 2017

Couldn't put the book down. I had to know what happened to.the missing girls. You keep suspecting everyone until the end.

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May 22, 2017

Not as good as "Girl on the Train", but still interesting. Plot a little flat and boring until last chapters because of the unusual literary device of beginning 2/3 through the plot, and working back to the beginning. The lesson offered to the reader stilted....seemed the author had a stretch to come up with a "moral" to the story. Or, perhaps I just don't get it?


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