Book Review: Vanishing Girls

Lauren Oliver is one of my favorite writers. I haven’t read a book of hers that I didn’t like.
Since I haven’t yet read Vanishing Girls yet, I thought I’d re-blog this review:


ashley | Even though I’ve only read Before I Fall, Lauren Oliver is one of my favourite writers. I may not have the evidential catalogue to back up that statement, but I can tell you that anytime I see Oliver’s name attached to anything, I immediately get excited and need to get my hands on it. In fact, the reason I haven’t read the Delirium series yet is because I really, really want to, but I’m terrified of what is going to happen when I’m finished with it and then I have nothing left. So when I saw that Oliver had a new book, Vanishing Girls, I bought it right away and dove right in.

Things are kind of all over the place in the beginning; it starts “before” and then skips to a couple of police reports posted “after” and then there are diary entries. A lot…

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