The End of Everything - Megan Abbott Reviews
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Lizzie and Evie are inseparable. They walk home from school toget ...
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by - written on 17/03/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
This is a review of the 2011 book "The end of everything" by Megan Abbott. This is a coming of age novel about two 13 year old girls who are starting to find out that life isn't all hockey sticks and ice cream. A bit about the story Lizzie and Evie are best friends. They are both 13 and live next door to each other. They go to school together and wear each other's clothes. One day Evie goes missing and Lizzie turns part detective in trying to find her. Lizzie is like a separated twin, dreaming about Evie, hearing her voice and finding clues in places the police miss in their search. By day 11 everyone has given up hope of finding her alive ... Read the complete review
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