Review: Don’t Look For Me by Wendy Walker

Molly Clarke is missing. Where had she gone? Don’t Look For Me is an abduction thriller that alternates between two characters: A missing mother, and her daughter who’s embarking on a journey to find her.

The mother’s POV was my favorite aspect of this book; we get to see what happened to her and the measures she’s taking in order to survive. This element was brilliantly explored. Whereas, the daughter’s storyline definitely had me struggling; I personally felt deeply disconnected from her character all the way through.

However, I did not let that derive me from enjoying the story because I’d regularly find myself excited to get to the mother’s point of view, and discover what’s in store for her. Now, the ending! It was definitely unpredictable, but it’s the kind of ending where it’s up to the reader to decide if it’s a plausible one. I personally thought that the conclusion could’ve been more impactful and more connected to the mother. All in all, this was a fun, good read.

Have you lovely readers read Don’t Look For Me? Is it on your TBR? Let me know!

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