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Megan Miranda

Autor(a) de All the Missing Girls

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Obras por Megan Miranda

All the Missing Girls (2016) 2,236 exemplares
The Last House Guest (2019) 1,036 exemplares
The Perfect Stranger (2017) 917 exemplares
The Girl from Widow Hills (2020) 721 exemplares
Such a Quiet Place (2021) 577 exemplares
Fracture (2011) 552 exemplares
The Only Survivors (2023) 472 exemplares
The Last to Vanish (2022) 466 exemplares
The Safest Lies (2016) 306 exemplares
Fragments of the Lost (2017) 299 exemplares
Hysteria (2013) 264 exemplares
Come Find Me (2019) 211 exemplares
Soulprint (2015) 107 exemplares
Vengeance (2014) 95 exemplares
Daughter of Mine (2024) 21 exemplares


Conhecimento Comum

Locais de residência
New Jersey, USA
North Carolina, USA
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sarah Davies (Greenhouse Literary)
Jennifer Joel

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Megan Miranda is the New York Times bestselling author of ALL THE MISSING GIRLS, THE PERFECT STRANGER, and THE LAST HOUSE GUEST, a Reese Witherspoon Book Club pick. She has also written several books for young adults, including COME FIND ME, FRAGMENTS OF THE LOST, and THE SAFEST LIES. She grew up in New Jersey, graduated from MIT, and lives in North Carolina with her husband and two children.

Her next adult suspense, THE GIRL FROM WIDOW HILLS, will be published on June 23rd, 2020.

Follow @MeganLMiranda on Twitter and Instagram, or @AuthorMeganMiranda on Facebook.



BooksInMirror | 73 outras críticas | Feb 19, 2024 |
BooksInMirror | 144 outras críticas | Feb 19, 2024 |
I originally read this back in 2020, and to be fair, I didn't remember much, so I decided to reread it again. It's been a while since I was able to finish a book in a day, but I could not put this down.

⚠️ there are some triggers in this book. If you suffer from anxiety or depression I do not recommend this book ⚠️ suicide TW ⚠️

As someone who deals with depression and anxiety, I feel like I could relate on certain levels.

Delaney suffers from a traumatic experience that almost ended her life, but by some miracle, she survived. She doesn't understand why she was granted this gift of a second chance at life while others weren't. She sees death everywhere and feels it.

What I got out of reading this is that sometimes in life We go through something so difficult that even though we are ok, our mind doesn't quite get the memo. We can rationalize all we want, However
The depression and anxiety truly get such a tight grip of us that we feel like we can't breathe. It's best summarized in Decker's (Delaney's best friend since childhood) point of view. He asks, "Is this how it feels to drown? Like the world is folding in on you? Like there's nowhere left to go but some place inside?"

"And then I understood: the worst part about drowning is the undying hope that maybe, just maybe, you're not."

It's a valuable lesson to learn that even though we are not immortal and at some point we will all die, it's best to enjoy the moments we get, tell the ones we love them while we have them.. look up at the sky and appreciate the blue skies and fluffy clouds.

A lot of us feel like we are drowning inside but forget that we can just as easily grasp for air, and we will be just fine.

5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I felt, I cried, I grasped ❤️
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Enid007 | 73 outras críticas | Jan 29, 2024 |



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