Ethan went missing from a school event held overnight at a camp in a wooded part of Georgia.
Ethan was a bullied child and Sammy was a coddled, spoiled child who was the bully. Funny thing is that they resembled each other. The question was if Sammy was the target instead of Ethan.
The search reached far and wide, and the only clue was a trail of clues left by Ethan and a phone call from the kidnapper.
THREE DAYS MISSING moved at as frantic a pace as the search. Ms. Belle left us hanging at the end of each chapter with a clue that wasn't revealed until another chapter.
As the search reached the forty-one hour mark, a school meeting was organized, and parents started telling what their children remembered.
Could Kat and Stef become friends after this even though their children were not friends?
Could they really share the grief of a missing child?
But...most importantly can Stef help with finding Ethan or will she have problems of her own that need to be taken care of?
If you like mysteries that have unexpected twists and turns, THREE DAYS MISSING will need to go in your stack of to-be-read books.
THREE DAYS MISSING pulls you in and keeps you guessing along with the characters.
You won’t want to stop reading because of the subject matter and because of the way the book is set up. 5/5
This book was given to me free of charge and without compensation by the publisher and NetGalley in return for an honest review.