I'm back with another thriller. If you haven't noticed, a lot of my book club picks usually are.
I love these kinds of books and All The Missing Girls had been on my must read thriller list for quite awhile. The story is about two missing girls, who went missing over a decade apart. The main character, Nicolette, grew up in a small town and at the age of eighteen her best friend vanishes without a trace. After a grueling investigation leads them no closer to finding her, Nic escapes small town life for bigger and better dreams. When Nic's dad becomes ill she finds her way back home, ten years later, and in the midst of another investigation for a missing girl. Is it a coincidence that the missing girl was Nic and her friend's alibi the night her best friend disappeared? One of the things that makes this book so intense is that it's told in reverse. If you're looking for an easy read that'll keep you hooked until the end, All The Missing Girls is it!
Discussion Questions ||
1. What was your initial thought on what happened to Corinne?
2. It doesn't take long to start pointing the finger at some of the characters. Who did you think was guilty part way through the book?
3. Why do you think the author chose to tell the story in reverse?
4. What man would you have chosen? Did she choose right? What were your thoughts on Everett and Tyler?
5. What was the point of her brother punching her after the Ferris wheel incident?