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The Disappearance

The Disappearance
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Published: 16 May 2019
April, 1942. Amid the chaos of a night of bombing in Bath, six-year-old Davy Noyle goes missing. Frances Parry, looking after him at the time, is tortured by guilt and refuses to believe that he's dead. As quiet falls and the dust begins to settle on the damaged city, a body is found. But it's the body of a little girl, Frances's best friend Wyn, who has been missing for over twenty years. As Frances…

Very hard to write this as Katherine Webb is one of my favourite authors but I did not like this book at all. I found the book to be boring and it didn’t grip me at all. The characters had no depth and I felt like the whole story was just narrating though. Even though the tragedy is immense I just felt that it didn’t go deep into it.

Frances bored me; I was shocked when I found out she was 24 I thought she was a teenager. There were so many plot holes. I felt like Johanas just didn’t tie in and while I get why he was found guilty immediately was just meh. No OMG what happened next. Was he, or wasn’t he?

I looked back on my written review for this book and that was all I had written so yeah; this book is a huge no for me.

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