All the Missing Girls: A Novel
An amazing mental tension introduction about the vanishings of two young ladies—10 years separated—told backward. “All the Missing Girls is set to end up distinctly one of the best books of 2016” (Los Angeles Review of Books).
Twenty-eight-year-old Nicolette Farrell comes back to Cooley Ridge, North Carolina, ten years after her closest companion Corinne vanished without a follow. Nic arrangements to take care of potential issues and administer to her sickly father, however she is soon dove into another dramatization that stirs Corinne’s case and tears open old injuries that have not recuperated.
The decade-old examination concentrated on Nic, her sibling Daniel, sweetheart Tyler, and Corinne’s beau Jackson. Since, just Nic has left Cooley Ridge. Daniel and his better half, Laura, are expecting a child; Jackson works at the town bar; and Tyler is dating Annaleise Carter, Nic’s more youthful neighbor. At that point, inside days of Nic’s arrival, Annaleise disappears.
Hailed “Hitchcockian” by The New York Times Book Review, All the Missing Girls is told in reverse—from the time Annaleise disappears inciting Nic to unwind reality about what truly happened to Corinne that night ten years back. With a lot of wanders aimlessly that lead down dim back roads and deadlocks, Megan Miranda flips around it all and back to front and abandons you pondering exactly how far you may go to ensure those you cherish.