The Girl Who Wasn’t There
“This is a story that will shake you up a little and then throw you back down. The Girl Who Wasn’t There is about a man by the name of Sidney ‘Doc’ O’Keefe who just got out of prison after being involved in a murder. He had his reasons. For ten years, he kept his mouth shut so that his wife and daughter would be safe from those “”reasons.”” But after a while, he’d had enough, so he sang. Not a week after he was released, his little girl went missing and his world crumbled.
I believe the moral of the story is that people have many sides, all shaped by their experiences. The book was intriguing to be sure. Once you thought you knew the characters, things changed; once you thought you knew how the book was going to end, that also changed. However, the good attributes aside, the book has its fair share of bad ones as well. The book has an average storyline, a fairly interesting beginning, and a couple of surprises at the end to shake things up. The writing itself could have used some spice. I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone, but it’s a fine book if you like a mystery that has a few secrets. All in all, it’s a good book, but I doubt it will be awarded any prizes.”
|Page Count||304 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|