Title: Three Days Missing
Author: Kimberly Belle
Can I just say – I think parenthood has truly changed me as a reader. I can never help but put myself in the shoes of the parent in any book about a child, and all books with content like this have felt truly personal ever since having kids.
This one is a quick, fast paced story of a search for a missing child, split between two female narrators. The entire story takes place over the infamous initial 72 hours of a missing child investigation and is wrought with worry and tension for anyone reading as a parent. Ultimately I found myself skimming towards the end which I attribute to the fact that I was able to guess a pretty big plot point pretty early on, but trust me when I say this one wraps up with quite the cinematic face-off.
I did get a chance to check out the audio version as well (available on Scribd!) but I can’t say I think it really enhance the story for me at all, with two narrators I definitely enjoyed the narration of Cat more than Steph, but I found the pace of Cat’s chapters too slow. .
Overall, ⭐️⭐️⭐️ from me. It kept my attention and was a good faced paced story that unfolded in what felt like real-time!
Thank you to BookSparks and Harper Collins for a free copy of this book, while I was provided a free copy of this book to review all opinions are my own.