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review 2016-05-25 15:26
Where is Stacie?
Amy Chelsea Stacie Dee - Mary G. Thompson

Amy, Chelsea, Stacie, Dee is an outstanding book! For being a YA book, it is sort of dark, so if you do not want little ones knowing about rape or brainwashing, then don't let them read it. Otherwise, it is a great book- very well written. I could not put the book down all weekend and wanted to know everything that happened to Amy and Dee after they were kidnapped. Me being the true crime/forensics fanatic, I found myself comparing the story to many high profile cases that we have all seen on the news. 


Amy was kidnapped, along with her cousin Dee, 6 years previously. She was never meant to be taken, but she wound up back on her parents doorstep with no harm done to her. The next events include confusion, therapy, and Dee's mother wanting answers from Amy to the point of her screaming and throwing items around. Amy tries to be a normal girl and get back into her old routines when she was 10, but flashbacks haunt her and cause her to lose time throughout the day. She has to go back and make everything right with her kidnapper and for Dee. 


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review 2013-07-08 20:21
Escape from the Pipe-Men
Escape from the Pipe Men! - Mary G. Thompson

A juvenile sci-fi book. I received my copy from the author to review. The premise was interesting, and I suspect a certain age and type of reader might enjoy it. For myself, I found the world rather unconvincing, and wished that motivations had been fleshed out a little more. Still, it was a quick, plot driven read.

Source: bysinginglight.wordpress.com/2013/07/08/mini-reviews-late-june/#Escape from the Pipe Men
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review 2012-05-02 00:00
Wuftoom - Mary G. Thompson What a shame Clarion Books couldn't apparently raise the vast sums of postage money needed to make their giveaway of a single book open to people outside of the US. Perhaps we should have a whip around for them?
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review 1970-01-01 00:00
Wuftoom - Mary G. Thompson An excellent premise, but the end was lacking. I feel like this story could have gone anywhere, but it remained in the predictable realm. There were parts that really had me hooked, but towards the end I lost interest. I can't help but think, Kafka's Metamorphosis part II.
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