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Freefall by Jessica Barry
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it was amazing

This is one of the most intense stories I've read in recent memory. I had a real feeling of dread for the entire book (I knew Allison was in danger, but I didn't know why or where the danger would come from, which made for a very paranoid reading experience. And, of course, she's also injured and in the middle of nowhere with not much in the way of food, supplies, shelter or even a change of clothes. So basically she's in danger from everything around her). 

This is juxtaposed with her mom's story. We learn that they're estranged which makes it hard for Maggie to accept her daughter's death. (Obviously we know the whole time that Allison is very much alive. And she's trying to go back to Maggie's, but she can't reach out to her because she's not sure if the people she's running from would know.)

I couldn't stop reading, and I almost missed my lightrail stop because of it. You need to read this, but make sure you aren't using public transportation. (And maybe clear your schedule.)

Highly recommended.
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Reading Progress

January 10, 2019 – Started Reading
January 10, 2019 – Shelved
January 11, 2019 – Finished Reading

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