Don’t Try to Find Me

Don’t Try to Find Me81dCkoXwnSL._SL1500_ by Holly Brown is another Advanced Readers Edition that I have had for quite a while. I believe I received it from Harper Collins and I am certain I should have read it and commented on it before now. It was a good quick read, a bit suspenseful, and interesting until the end. The premise is that a 14 year old girl runs away and her parents try to find her. Secrets come out, of course, and you wait to find out if she will come back (you know she’s alive because 1/2 of the book is told from her point of view) and whether it will make or break the relationship her parents have. I enjoyed it, but it wasn’t incredible. Certainly a nice diversion on an unexpected snow day.
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