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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Terrace Public Library MEU (Text) 35151001076397 Adult Fiction Volume hold Checked out 02/08/2019

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780062870704
  • Physical Description: 380 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2018.

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"1996. In the sleepy hamlet of Bachte-Maria-Leerne, in the Belgian countryside, the residents are reeling from the disappearance of several young girls. The country is thrown into a state of emergency and even after the killer is apprehended, not all the girls missing are found alive, causing further alarm and political protests in the form of White Marches. At the local school, St. Martin’s High, the devastating news is met more with morbid fascination than fear among its students—except for twelve-year-old Sophie. Unlike her peers, Sophie knows what it’s like to be afraid and never truly feel safe. The only time she feels a sense of security and belonging is when she’s with her best friend Hannah… if only she could confide her darkest secrets to the girl she admires… the girl whose home life is so very different from Sophie’s… the girl whom Sophie wishes she could be more like. When Hannah begins hanging out at a popular teenage club “The Sloop” and starts dating the charming and clever Damian, Sophie suddenly feels left out. With each day, Sophie notices Hannah drifting farther from her. Before the friends can reconcile, the village is thrown into fresh panic when Sophie fails to return home after a high school dance—and is never seen again. 2014. Hannah is living the life most young women dream of as a successful columnist for a fashion magazine in New York City. But after years of being the party reporter, documenting the revelries of the rich and famous, she craves a deeper subject for her writing. Quitting her job and leaving her former glitzy Manhattan lifestyle for a run-down apartment in Brooklyn, she spends her days writing a biography of three famous authors: Agatha Christie, Barbara Follett, and Virginia Woolf—three women who struggled with family, loyalty, and ambition… three women who one day disappeared without a trace. As Hannah delves into her research and the lives of these luminaries, she’s forced to confront questions she’s tried so hard to repress. What happened to Sophie that night? How does a person just go missing, never to be heard from again? Taking readers on an exhilarating journey from the Flemish countryside to New York, Find Me Gone is equal parts thriller and tender coming-of-age story that will leave readers wondering until the final page…"-- Provided by publisher.
Original Version Note:
Translation of: Zes levens van Sophie.
Subject: Missing persons > Fiction.
Girls > Fiction.
Murder > Fiction.
Demonstrations > Fiction.
High schools > Fiction.
Best friends > Fiction.
Journalists > Fiction.
Belgium > Fiction.
New York (N.Y.) > Fiction.
Genre: Suspense fiction.
Dutch fiction.
Belgian fiction.

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