Title: My Sister is Missing
Author: Carissa Ann Lynch
Narrator: Kelly Burke
A 22-year-old local mystery that has never been solved.
A bone-chilling VHS tape depicting a horrific crime.
Neighbours with something to hide.
And a sister who is missing.
Emily has to find out the truth. But is her sister Madeline the victim…or the one to blame?
A creepy and chilling thriller that you won’t be able to stop listening to. My Sister Is Missing is the most enthralling audiobook of 2019.
As I’ve come to expect with Miss Lynch’s books, this is another story that’ll have you holding your breath, waiting for answers.
Emily never wanted to go back home. For her, home has too many memories, both those she can remember and those she can’t. When her sister, Madeline, asks her to come visit, she feels like enough time has passed, and she’s ready to face her demons. At first, she’s not sure what she had been so afraid of. Then Madeline disappears in the middle of the night. Desperate to find her sister, Emily is plunged into not only her own secrets, but the secrets of the entire town.
I think my favorite part of this story was how the plot was woven together so delicately with such complex characters. There wasn’t one mystery that was solved in the story, but two. Everyone had a secret, and I loved the way that separate demons worked in such harmony. I honestly didn’t see any of the ending coming. The person who I thought was the villain of the story wasn’t as bad of a person at all.
Gripping from start to finish.
Narration complimented the story well.