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Rust & Stardust

by T Greenwood

Rust & Stardust by T Greenwood X
Rust & Stardust by T Greenwood
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    Aug 2018, 368 pages

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Kahlia

WOW. My favorite book.
This book is based off the true story of Sally Horner’s kidnapping, making it that much more heartbreaking. This author took me into the story, and I actually felt my heart racing after a few of the most suspenseful chapters. I finished this book in just a week or two, which is very fast for me. Greenwood gives many different perspectives in a 3rd person limited omniscient (limited depends on which perspective). This book absolutely broke my heart and I cried and hugged my dog when I finished it. HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend this to anyone who can read. Even if you don’t like true stories, sad books, etc, just read the first couples of chapters. The action starts almost right away! Very much recommend to anyone.
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