Tuesday, May 17, 2016
I recently finished reading an advanced reader copy of this book, and I can't tell you enough how good it was.
Six kindergarten students go missing. Eleven years later, five of them return with no memory of where they were or what happened to the sixth kid. Each of them has one distinct memory of something they did - a hot air balloon ride, a carousel. As they struggle to remember a past that has escaped them, there are suspicions that they might know more than they are telling.
Tara Altebrando did a wonderful job with this novel. It was suspenseful and kept you guessing throughout the story trying to figure out who did it? why? and do the kids really not remember where they were and what they were doing for the past eleven years? The story is told from many different perspectives, including that of the younger sister of the still missing sixth kid.
I give this book 5 stars and definitely recommend it.