Book Review: Sadie

Sadie

by Courtney Summers

St. Martin’s Press

Wednesday Books

Teens & YA

Pub Date 04 Sep 2018

I am reviewing a copy of Sadie through St.Martin’s Press and Netgalley:

This is the story of a missing girl whose out for revenge and a serial podcast with the clues she’s left behind!

Sadie has had a difficult life, she was raised by her sister in an isolated small town, where the try their best to live a good life and keep their heads above water.

One day Maddie is found dead and Sadie’s world falls apart. After a police investigation that seems to have been partially botched, Sadie is determined to make sure her sister gets the justice she deserves so she searches for her sisters killer with only a few meager clues to find the man that killed her sister.

West McCray is a radio personality working on a segment about small forgotten American towns when he hears Sadies story and becomes obsessed with finding Sadie, starting a podcast that tracks Sadie through her journey, trying to find out what happened before its to late.

I give Sadie four out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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