Book Review — “If You Find Me” by Emily Murdoch

Carey and Jenessa have been living in a trailer in the woods for years with their sometimes present, meth-addicted mother. Surviving as best they could, their father has now found them and is bringing them back to the “real world”. What makes this story great is that it is told through the voice of Carey, a survivor yet victim — a child yet an adult. Instead of being backward and victimized, Carey is strong and funny, and I couldn’t walk away. Of course there’s a twist and of course it’s nasty but this book is well-written and not too depressing. Thank you to the author for that!! 🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩

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