Book 79 of 100
I really enjoyed this one. It’s pretty dark; there’s kidnapping, murder and rape, but overall the story was good. It was tense and fast paced, and I connected pretty well with the characters. I thought that the writing seemed a little amateur, and I thought the end was a little bit anti-climactic, but if you like creepy thrillers then you should check this one out.
Rating: 4 out of 5
Summary from Goodreads:
When sixteen-year-old Summer Robinson goes missing one night, her family, friends and boyfriend are devastated. Nothing ever happens in Long Thorpe, so the disappearance of a school girl shocks the whole community. The police waste no time in launching a search and investigation, but with nothing to go on and no trace of Summer, hopes of finding her quickly fade.
Colin Brown, is a thirty-year-old solicitor living alone after the death of his mother. He suffered a traumatic and abusive childhood, and is left with no sense of right or wrong. Desperate for the perfect family, Colin, referring to himself as Clover, turns to drastic measures to get what he wants.
Goodbye, Vitamin by Rachel Khong