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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.

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