Misplaced – Lee Murray

Posted: December 21, 2013 in Review, young adult
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misplacedAdam is a gamer, preparing for his last high school exams, and his mum has popped out for some milk and never seen again.  The book tells the story of how his life continues while he waits for his mother to return, searching for her himself.  His friends help him to cope, supporting him as they lose themselves in video games.  He meets Skye, a fellow gamer, and she joins his circle of friends.  Skye has a secret in her past too which they try to solve.

A very enjoyable book with enough detail given you feel there, but not too much it’s over-described.  The writing and dialogue feels natural and the characters real people.  Theending was surprising to me and  I’m looking forward to reading the next offering from Lee Murray.

Leapy Sheep Books

Supplied by author

Reviewed by Jan

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