The Fall of Lisa Bellow

The Fall of Lisa Bellow

A Novel

Book - 2017
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When a popular middle-school girl is abducted in broad daylight by a masked man, the victim's rival, Meredith, struggles with terror while their community organizes vigils and searches.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, [2017]
Edition: First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition
ISBN: 9781476761466
1476761469
Branch Call Number: F Per

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Jun 30, 2017

This book is well written and it held my interest to the end, which I hated. I didn't feel like anything got resolved. I don't like suspense but the story seemed interesting. I guess this book is better suited to people who like deep, deep, deep stuff-I don't. I hated not knowing what was real and what was in the girl's imagination. I found her mother annoying and not very nice and her father a "nice" guy but wishy-washy. So even though it was well written I didn't like the book and won't want to read anything else by the author.

JCLCherylMY May 24, 2017

Meredith and Lisa, two eighth grade girls, are 13 and run in different social circles. Lisa is a queen bee and Meredith and her friends just hope to pass each day invisible to the queen bee hive. One fateful afternoon their lives converge with a devastating outcome. While largely Meredith's story, Meredith's mother, Claire, also tells her family's story through the lens of a mother's eye. Perabo does a wonderful job of weaving the theme of blindness, seeing, and shadow into the complexities of the story making it a richer experience.

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