The Night She Disappeared

The Night She Disappeared

Thank you, Atria Books, for the gifted copy of The Night She Disappeared {partner}

Genre: Thriller

Trope: Missing Person

Pub Date: 9.7.21

Star Rating: ☆☆☆☆.5

“In black marker, someone had scribbled the words ‘Dig Here’ with an arrow pointing downwards into the soil.”

Jewell is one of my auto-buy authors, and I look forward to reading her books every summer. She has a way of drawing me into the story and bringing all the characters to life while also keeping men on the edge of my seat, wondering what will come next. In her newest novel, The Night She Disappeared, Jewell did just that. I was hooked on the story and loved the fact that when I felt like I had predicted where the story was going, she said “nope” and changed course. The ending was not what I predicted at all, and while it might have felt a bit rushed, I was also eager to see how the story finally unfolded. 

⏰ Dual timeline

👨🏽‍🏫 Creepy boarding school vibes

🏚 A haunted, deserted mansion

🤏🏼 A teensy bit too long

😐 Unpredictable, unlikeable characters

 Now that I’ve finished the book, it’s back to waiting for Jewell to release her next book. 

I recommend you read The Night She Disappeared if you enjoyed reading Local Woman Missing, Invisible Girl, or Don’t Look for Me.

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