Of course, I just HAD to include this book in my A-Z list of books. Diary of Her Disappearance was written by one of our students. She published this book last year, so during her freshman year. No, I haven’t had her as of course she is in honors Language Arts and I don’t teach Honors. I really enjoyed reading this book.
From Amazon “Riley Conner wasn’t worried about going through the woods. She had done it all school year and had forgotten about her earlier thoughts of being stalked. In her mind, she was safe, away from danger. But as soon as she heard a crunch of leaves and the familiar sense of another presence, all the stalker theories came tumbling back. She remembered trying to run, but being grabbed from behind. She had tried to break away, escape, but the second a warm cloth was pressed to her face, she knew it was over. In the struggle, the trees had swallowed her diary. She wondered now if anyone would ever find it, read it, realize how ignorant she was, and then decide she deserved to be kidnapped. Greg: Riley’s missing. To me, she was a stranger. A girl whose name I didn’t even recognize. But when I saw her picture and realized our pasts had once entwined, I knew I would have to find her.”
This book is a fun, easy read, but yet one that you will enjoy. I would highly suggest that everyone read this book.