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Most helpful positive review. Average Rating: 5. Jenna lives with worry and heartache since she feels responsible for the disappearance of her friend, Celia. They were to meet, but Jenna was delayed as usual, and when Jenna did arrive at their arranged meeting place, Celia wasn't there and was no where to be found. Three months later, she was still missing. Besides Jenna being completely involved in the first disappearance, her son had a girlfriend who then disappears and might have a connection.
His writing easily flows and pulls you along. The characters could easily be going through some of the problems they are encountering in real life. It was difficult to decide who you could trust and whose story to believe. The ending had a good twist with hints that led me down the wrong path as I read. It is a well-written page turner that has you finishing the book before you know it. See more. Most helpful negative review.
Average Rating: 2. I thought it could be another Gone Girl, but for me it fell apart about midway through the book. Jenna and Celia have been friends since high school. Celia married the boy that Jenna wanted and over the years their friendship lessened except for the occasional phone call.
Jenna is now a single parent and one evening she decides to give Celia a call and ask her to meet at midnight at the park where they used to rendezvous in high school. Due to an altercation with her son Jared, she's late and Celia has vanished.
She's never found. Jenna is blamed, there is a lot of media attention, and this is the story's plot. Most frustrating for me was the relationship between Jenna and Jared. Actually, Jenna and Jared bothered me in general. Seems lak to me de day's jes twice ez long,. An Introduction to the Harlem Renaissance. Tracing the poetic work of this crucial cultural and artistic movement. Read More. More Poems by James Weldon Johnson.
I hope there will be general sympathy for Jo Erring. In writing the history of this creature of my fancy, I have almost come to believe that I have an uncle of that name, and that he lived and died as I have narrated.
I am lost! At other times he has come into my room and sat beside me as I wrote. I have been with him to the cave on a stormy night, and heard the beginning of the few sweet chords of music he describes, but which were immediately broken into by the furious uproar of devils; sometimes I think I have found him in every-day life, and that he is still listening at night to the horrible noise of his skeleton.
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Someone must have seen something.Since She Went Away (eBook): Bell, David: "From David Bell--bestselling author of Somebody I Used to Know and The Forgotten Girl--comes a chilling novel of guilt, regret, and a past that refuses to die. Three months earlier, Jenna Springer was supposed to meet her lifelong best friend, Celia. But when Jenna arrived late, she found that Celia had disappeared--and hasn't been seen again.