Ellie Mack is a perfect 15-year-old girl who suddenly goes missing one day on her way to take her exams. There are no leads on where she went or what happened to her and she was never seen again.
If I could choose to be anything that I wanted, I would choose to be Gillian Flynn. I cannot express how much I love her novels. Every time I try to verbalize how much I adore her books, nothing feels substantial enough. Words don’t do my love justice.
After reading some reviews and the synopsis of this book, I was excited to dive into it. I thought it was going to be disturbing and upsetting. We rarely see murder from the killer’s point of view. I was expecting an American Psycho-esque thriller. And this book fell far, far short of that.
The Broken Girls isn’t your average murder suspense novel. While the ingredients may seem commonplace – a journalist trying to find answers to a loved one’s murder – there is a haunting element to this novel that gives you the heeby-jeebys.