Missing You, Love Sara

Missing You Love Sara there are hundreds and thousands of Missing Persons whether they have changed identity to remain hidden from those who love them whether they have been abducted or some other reason is not always kno

  • Title: Missing You, Love Sara
  • Author: Jackie French
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • there are hundreds and thousands of Missing Persons whether they have changed identity to remain hidden from those who love them, whether they have been abducted or some other reason is not always known Missing You, Love Sara is a story of such a person and the effect on those left behind At 11.35am, thursday May 4th, Sara s sister Reenie disappears Was she kidnappethere are hundreds and thousands of Missing Persons whether they have changed identity to remain hidden from those who love them, whether they have been abducted or some other reason is not always known Missing You, Love Sara is a story of such a person and the effect on those left behind At 11.35am, thursday May 4th, Sara s sister Reenie disappears Was she kidnapped Did she kill herself Did she simply decide to vanish Or is her body lying somewhere waiting to be found this is Sara s story as she tries to work it out How can someone like Reenie just disappear And are the police really doing everything they can to find her Ages 12

    One thought on “Missing You, Love Sara”

    1. Sin duda me perdí al leer este libro, nunca nos ponemos a pensar cuando una persona puede desaparecer tan de repente y cómo debemos de reaccionar antes eso. Buen libro nunca aburre debido a la intriga que deja al terminar un capítulo.

    2. People disappear. Some are found. Most are not. Missing you, love Sara is a sad, horribly real book about a thirteen year old girl dealing with her sister's sudden, unexplained disappearance. There are questions. But will there ever be answers? Can you ever move on after something like that happens to your family? Can the pain ever go away? Drastically real, the author has painted a crushing picture of "Missing Persons". As you read the book, you have this overpowering desire to find out what ha [...]

    3. My mum got me this book from the library for some unknown reason and from first look at it I thought it would be the most boring book i've ever attempted to read, but I guess it's okay. The chapters are nice and short which makes the book easier to read and it's sort of a mystery book, which keeps you a tad interested.I think the thing is that it's for more of a younger age group, while i'm more into adult novels.

    4. I love the mystery of this book the only problem is Be careful next bit of information spoils book The only problem is that they never find out what happened to her That is one thing that I disliked

    5. Whilst I enjoyed this book and I know Jackie French target audience is 10-12 year olds, I felt this book was probably a bit intense for that age group so would suggest for an older demographic. I think it captured beautifully the essence of how families/friends of the missing feel.

    6. A sad little story about a young teenager trying to cope with the sudden disappearance of her older sister. She has feelings of denial, sadness, guilt, anger and confusion, and like so many families who have missing members, there is no conclusion and no happy ending.

    7. This was the book that sparked my love for reading in late Primary School! I had finally discovered my genre<3

    8. Even though the book didn't have the level of excitement as a fantasy book would, I found that I loved every part of the story and how it was written. Would definetly read it again!

    9. This . . . was not the book to read on a sad day. Which I guess means it was effective.(view spoiler)[I want annnnnswers! (But I thought I remembered hearing you didn't get any.) (hide spoiler)]

    10. lo leí de pequeña y recuerdo que era el libro que mas me gustaba! la historia de misterio de una chica desaparecida, con un final sin resolver

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