GIRL, MISSING SOPHIE MCKENZIE reviewed by Cee Cee Pond, age 11
Girl, Missing is the first brilliant page-turning novel in the Missing trilogy, including Sister, Missing and Missing Me.
This book is about Lauren, a girl of 14, who is adopted and longs to discover more about her lost past – why is everyone lying to her? Who are her biological parents?
When she finds out she might’ve been stolen away from her real family, she embarks on a journey from London to America, to find out who she really is and where she belongs. As she gets closer and closer to finding out, Lauren finds herself at risk when someone desperately wants to stop her from revealing the truth. I recommend this book for readers 11+ who like mysteries, adventure stories and tales of self discovery.