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Ood up in and £ in her pocket She didn't care where she was going as long as she could disappear completely from her oppressive life For years she lived anonymously in refuges hostels and on the streets It would take something remarkable to bring her back to the real worl. I was leant this by a friend so sort of knew what to expect before I read it I still couldn t read it at night because I found it so depressing in parts As a result it took me a bit longer to read which I think gave me longer to consider itWhat this young women has gone through is shocking but all the shocking is the blase attitude members of the support staff etc had to the men hanging around the shelters etc truly terrifying and an utterly compelling read

review Missing by Shelley MacKenney

Missing by Shelley MacKenney

Elley's life was never normal Her family's involvement with South London's criminal underworld left her isolated vulnerable and lonely Falling deeper and deeper into depression and despair she snappedShelley got on the first coach out of London with only the clothes she st. I enjoyed reading this book Things happen everyday feelings surface problems occur mistakes are made But they can be turned round and made positive by pragmatism

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Missing is Shelley MacKenney's remarkable story of life as a 'missing person' An inspirational tale of her journey through extreme personal crisisYou can run but you can't hide from yourselfAbandoned by her mother as a young child and with a father constantly on the run Sh. Firstly a big thank you for Penguin for providing me with a review copy of missing in return for an honest reviewThis book was so amazing its actually hard to put into words It bought out so many emotions I felt myself smiling and crying at different points I also found the book very hard to put down as even though I knew this was a true story I kept turning the page hoping for something good to fall into Shelley s lap and for her to have her happy ever after Of course real life never has the same happy ending as fiction but I think Shelley found her version of a happy ending The book is very well written and keeps you glued to it in fact I devoured this book within 2 sittings would have been 1 had sleep not interfered If you enjoy real life stories I cannot recommend this enough


10 thoughts on “Missing by Shelley MacKenney

  1. says:

    Firstly a big thank you for Penguin for providing me with a review copy of missing in return for an honest reviewThis book was so amazing its actually hard to put into words It bought out so many emotions I felt myself smiling and crying at different points I also found the book very hard to put down as even though I knew this was a true s

  2. says:

    Received this book this book this morning and I didn't put it down Such an amazing story that had me smiling laughing and sad at times but such an incredible journey The story keeps you involved the whole way through Such a wonderful and brave story to tell

  3. says:

    Very good read I finished it in 2 days I don’t usually like true stories at least not autobiographies; but the blurb really drew me with this one and the writing was personal and beautifully written but not self indulgent the way many often are This story highlights how easy it is for life to spin out of control and how easily things can escalate and how difficult and how much inner strength is reuired to rebuild life afterwards It was

  4. says:

    This is a good book although I think there is one part of the book that is made upShe says she stole a video game console out of a shop but when I bought a PS3 console out of Blockbusters the box was empty and th

  5. says:

    I enjoyed reading this book “Things happen everyday feelings surface problems occur mistakes are made But they can be turned round and made positive by pragmatism”

  6. says:

    Shelley MacKenney is an amazing woman After suffering a breakdown she runs away from her life in London to Birmi

  7. says:

    I wrote a full review no spoilers of Missing by Shelley MacKenney over on my blog Review of Missing by Shelley Mac

  8. says:

    I was leant this by a friend so sort of knew what to expect before I read it I still couldn't read it at night because I found it so depressing in parts As a result it took me a bit longer to read which I think gave me lo

  9. says:

    Captivating real life tale

  10. says:

    Enjoyable read A seriously strong and resourceful individual

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