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Amber Aguilar Mrs. Funk English 12 th 30 September 2016 All The Missing Girls All The Missing Girls by Megan Miranda was written in June 28, 2016. This book is the perfect read for thriller fans and it is set to become one of the best books of 2016. To also mention, the book is a New York Times bestseller, Entertainment Weekly - Thriller Round-Up, The Wall Street Journal – 5 Killer Books for 2016, and Hollywood Reporter – Hot Summer Books. The book takes place in the beginning of the Summer at Cooley Ridge. The author, Megan Miranda, grew up in New Jersey, graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and lives in North Carolina. This astonishing book is told in reverse chronology, starting with Day 15 to Day 1. It is written in first person limited point of view. The point of view does not change. The readers are only able to hear the main character’s thoughts. All The Missing Girls starts off with the first chapter “Day 15” in the present tense, with the main characters trying to piece together details about what has happened in the past. The last chapter “Day 1” is in the past form, revealing everything that has happened. With this being said, the main character is affected throughout the novel . With the readers only being able to hear the main character’s thoughts, one is able to
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