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Missing Me By Sophie McKenzie Missing Me Six years have passed since the end of Sister Missing and Madison is now a teenager During a visit to her older sister Lauren Madison learns that their biological father was an anonymous sperm donor

  • Title: Missing Me
  • Author: Sophie McKenzie
  • ISBN: 9780857077271
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Missing Me By Sophie McKenzie Six years have passed since the end of Sister, Missing and Madison is now a teenager During a visit to her older sister Lauren, Madison learns that their biological father was an anonymous sperm donor and sets out to track him down Her search bears fruit sooner than she expects, but is the father she discovers all he seems As Madison gets drawn into a mysterious investiSix years have passed since the end of Sister, Missing and Madison is now a teenager During a visit to her older sister Lauren, Madison learns that their biological father was an anonymous sperm donor and sets out to track him down Her search bears fruit sooner than she expects, but is the father she discovers all he seems As Madison gets drawn into a mysterious investigation involving missing girls and secret hideaways, she finds herself in and danger A tense and thrilling end to the bestselling series, not to be missed
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    1. H on said:

      I approached this book for some light reading I d read the first two, with the same attitude, and I knew that it wouldn t be a masterpiece However, I was expecting something a little gripping view spoiler It s basically a rewrite of the first two put together, but supposedly from the point of view of a different character I expected better.I disliked Madison s point of view The character herself was ok She was distinct from lauren, definitely But, I had been expecting the American girl who was [...]

    2. SJH (A Dream of Books) on said:

      This is the third book in the series and is set six years after the events of Girl Missing and Sister Missing As such it was nice to revisit some familiar faces and see what their lives are like now The story focuses on Madison who is now fourteen and attempting to track down her biological father.As I ve come to expect from a Sophie McKenzie book, the story was hugely appealing and the storytelling was both exciting and addictive Events take a dramatic turn particularly in the second half when [...]

    3. 15PattarE on said:

      I thought it was very unpredicting and interesting I prefer the other two books in this sequel but it is still one of my favourites.

    4. Emily on said:

      Six years after Mo s kidnapping, we return to see her in her teenage years Mo is shocked at the revelation of her sister, Lauren s, pregnancy, and is rather unhappy at that Overhearing a conversation between her sister and their mother, she realises that she is actually the child of a sperm donor Angered that her trusted sister and not so trusted Mother kept this a secret from her, she starts to hunt for answers herself Her search bears fruit, but as she seeks to please her father, she uncovers [...]

    5. Olivia-Savannah Roach on said:

      Today I am going to review a whole series again I actually just finished reading the third and final book in the trilogy, but I m reviewing from the first Otherwise, what sense would it make to you The first book in the series is called Girl, Missing by Sophie McKenzie And then it goes Sister, Missing as the second book, and the one I just finished called Missing Me It s a chick lit type of story with action in it too The first book starts by following a 14 year old Lauren who is an adopted chil [...]

    6. Sienna Logan (Lost to Books) on said:

      Rating 2.5 3 I was excited when I heard Sophie McKenzie was releasing another book in this series as I really enjoyed the Girl Missing and Sister Missing However when I heard that it was written from Maddison s POV I had slight doubts about the narrative and where she would take the charcters I finished this book within a few hours and I really read it just because of my feelings towards the first 2 books This book sadly disappointed me though and in my opinion failed to meet the standard of boo [...]

    7. Beth on said:

      I picked this book up from the library, excited to read But once I finished it I was disappointed in that it seemed like every other one I had read Wish it was a little dramatic.

    8. 15KhanN on said:

      It was an intense book which cause lots of sconce and made you want to read on

    9. 15DaviesE on said:

      Not as good as the first one but I really enjoyed it but I preferred hearing about her sister.

    10. 15SolankiK on said:

      This book was very good I enjoyed how it ended and how it went along in the story This was the first series of books i read from sophie and i love them now.

    11. Charlotte on said:

      Now, after the beastly Gone I needed a book that was short and easy to read A cop out I know And after my previous experience with Sophie McKenzie s books and my love for Girl, Missing I just had to pick up Missing Me Six years after Sister, Missing and Madison is a teenager living in London with her anxious mother Annie After a visit to Lauren, she finds out that Sam wasn t her biological father, by accident Hurt that it was kept fron her for so long, a need to fill a father sized gap, Madison [...]

    12. The Book Review Library on said:

      Also on my blog thebookreviewlibrary.I read Girl, Missing some time ago and liked it, but I was surprised when I saw a sequel had come out I thought it was fine as a stand alone book I didn t like Sister, Missing as much and I did not have high expectations of Missing Me, but I decided to read it anyway.I felt that this book didn t have much to do with the plot of the other two if I remember rightly, a character or two from Girl, Missing was bought back in Sister, Missing, at least relating it a [...]

    13. Eimear on said:

      Here s a link to myblogfor reviews I read Girl, Missing and Sister, Missing a few years ago and was really excited to read Missing, Me I think I left it too long before reading this book, because there were several holes in my memory when it came to plots and characters, but if you re in the same position that I was in don t worry, McKenzie does a great job subtly filling in the blanks This book is narrated by Madison, Lauren s little sister, and treads the familiar plot path of bad guys steali [...]

    14. Sammee (I Want to Read That) on said:

      4.5 StarsHaving really enjoyed both Girl Missing and Sister Missing I couldn t wait to see how Sophie McKenzie would conclude the series Add to that the fact it s set 6 years later and narrated by Madison well I was seriously excited to read this one And I have to say Sophie Mckenzie absolutely blew me away it was really good The decision to make Madison narrate the story is a stroke of genius Madison has enough similarities in narrative voice to Lauren making the switch in narrative seamless, b [...]

    15. Shannon on said:

      Check out my review on my bloghere I am a huge fan of Sophie Mc Kenzie s novels and the Girl, Missing series is one I ve been a fan of since I was just twelve years old To see reviews of the second novel in the series click here The characters in this book were great I really enjoyed seeing the characters I ve grown to love over the series back for the final novel, This book is set a few years after the end of Sister, Missing and we get to see the character much older than before I liked reading [...]

    16. Dilara on said:

      Fairly similar idea with the two other books in the series Girl, Missing and Sister, Missing Obviously, different story line from the point of view of Madison This is interesting as Madison is less confident and shyer than Lauren as the book states a shadow of Lauren The book essentially gives a message about finding yourself, as Madison seemed to be missing and found out who she was at the end of the book.Some bits were predictable, as always I guess, this is what they call foreshadowing I want [...]

    17. Gail Jones on said:

      This is the third part of the Missing trilogy It differs from the others as it is written from the perspective of Madison the youngest sister instead of Lauren the eldest As it is a while since I read the others it took me some time to work out what was wrong I couldn t figure out why she had an older sister and why this older sister was dating Jam instead of her Sophie could have explained this from the start and avoided confusion.That said, once the character issue was resolved I was able to r [...]

    18. Kirsty on said:

      Missing me was exactly what I d excepted it to me A fast paced thriller which was a quick page turner and engaging throughout The story focuses on Madison, Lauren from Girl missing and Sister Missing younger sister now aged 15 and follows her story once she finds out her father wasn t her father but actually a sperm donor and decides to go about tracking him down Sooner rather than later madison finds herself in the middle of an investigation of a local rich business man who appears to be traffi [...]

    19. Shannan on said:

      Brilliant Just brilliant Considering I haven t yet read Girl Missing, I understood Madison pretty well.She obviously liked Wolf, even if she didn t realise it, as she allowed him to call her Mo, a nickname she d only let Jam and Lauren use before.Lauren would have been about 20 in Missing Me and the character change was explosive She used to be brave and chilled back, but now weak and panicky Just like her birth mother, Annie.Talking about Annie, she and Mo didn t really get on very well, that s [...]

    20. Den on said:

      This books main focus is on Madison, who discovers she and Lauren s father wasn t really their father but they came around through the use of a sperm donor Not satisfied with this and angry at everyone for keeping it a secret from her, she is determined to find her dad and she does He takes her to a party where she meets a new friend or two, one of whom has a suspicious father who is up to no good according to her own father She finds the proof but with dad being away she chases it up herself an [...]

    21. Rachel on said:

      Disappointed is an understatement I absolutely loved the first two books which were original and exciting However, this was not good by any stretch of my imagination It was way too predictable and the premise of the plot was exactly the same as the second book Sister, Missing just from Madison s point of view instead of Lauren s I guessed absolutely everything that happened in the book because of the immense similarities with the second book This book is a first for me because it is the first bo [...]

    22. Lisa Jay on said:

      The third book in the Missing series Had I not bought them as a set I definitely wouldn t have continued after the first which was great by the way In book 1 Girl, Missing , Lauren was adopted and later sets out to find her biological parents Book 2 Sister, Missing , her younger sister Madison, as you can guess, goes missing Book 3 Missing Me , Madison is now a teenager who discovers her dad isn t actually her biological father, so she sets out to find the man who is It s a draining mess.While M [...]

    23. Rae on said:

      After reading the first two books a looooong while back, I had a couple of blank moments during the book, thinking Who are you again Also, I had to get over the fact that Madison was not 6 years old or however old she was in Sister Missing any However, after I got over the fact that Mo was no longer an adorable, sweet, cute little girl I really enjoyed the book I thought it was fast paced and action filled.One of my criticisms though, is that the book is maybe too fast paced I also find Sophie M [...]

    24. Deborah on said:

      I enjoyed this book though not sure i like the fact that it was taken for Madisons point of view though i see why it was done that way also though i would have preferd it to have been done from Lauren s point of view as i had become used to her actions but with madion it was as though she was a diffrent person form the first 2 books as she had grown up I liked the way we got a final insight into Lauren and Jams life as they are now adults was a great ending to this serise and i can t wait to rea [...]

    25. Chloe on said:

      I really enjoyed reading this book, definitely what i expected a nice light read I did find that some of the events that occurred in this book were very obvious though, which isn t that pleasing to me since i like a bit of a twist when it comes to these sorts This is the last book of the trilogy girl, missing I hadn t read the first two and started reading it before i even realized it was part of the trilogy but there is suppose to be a long gap between the first two and this one so i found it e [...]

    26. Georgia (The Bibliomaniac Book Blog) on said:

      Thoroughly enjoyed this Having the perspective from madison made a really good change I think if it had all been about lauren again it would have gotten too repetitive of the last books It maintains constant suspense throughout which I really liked there were no points where the excitement and suspense dropped Madison made a really great protagonist and I love how the book is still about missing people but isn t the same as the last two in this trilogy Highly recommend it I loved it

    27. Sophie on said:

      Loved it Six years after the book sister, missing Madison finds out her dad Sam, wasn t her dad and her real dad is a speed donor She gets mad because no one told her and goes in search of Allan faraday, her REAL dad But us she tries to help him solve a crime, she gets into and trouble and her sister, Lauren is 36 weeks pregnant and kidnapped Such a great book To anyone wondering whether or not to buy it go ahead But it Money well spent Xxx

    28. Josie on said:

      I wasn t sure about his book at the start It was from Madison s point of view rather that Lauren s like the first two nor did i like Lauren s complete u turn about knowing the truth, however after a few page was very good I thought it very clever the way it liked in with the first two books, repeating elements of the plot, yet not giving away too much, keeping the reader guessing This book is highly recommendable and a good read.

    29. Molly Evans on said:

      This is the third book of the series and I though it was going to be different to the other two girls missing and sister missing but it s just the same Like most other Sophie McKenzie books I m not taking any credit away from this book, because I think it might be the best in the series don t know but it might have been better if it wasn t as similar On a positive note, I do think it was a very good finish to the amazing series

    30. Amber on said:

      I enjoyed this much than the previous book, however the first one in my eyes is still the best one in the series Again some parts were predictable like Lauren being taken and their birth father being too good to be true however redeeming himself towards the end I liked that the POV was from Madison this time round and much older too I also found that Madison s and Wolf relationship was much like Lauren s Jam s.

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