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Stop here and you have a story told many times before, as fiction and nonfiction in tales like Ellen Foster, or I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings --stories in which a young girl reveals the horrors of her childhood. Me & Emma differentiates itself with a spectacular finish, shocking the reader and turning the entire story on its head. Through several twists and turns the reader learns that things are not quite the way our narrator led us to believe and everything crescendos in a way that (like all good thrillers) immediately makes you want to go back and read the whole book again from the start. --Victoria Griffith
Although slow in parts, I couldn't help but keep reading. The end made it all worthwhile. Anxious to get started on the next book!Published 8 days ago by Emily Story
This was a fantastic read. Unpredictable... it kept me page turning to the very end.Published 8 days ago by P. Hawkins
I am tired of all the books and violence and abuse, especially involving children. That said, it was probably well written.Published 18 days ago by goldie
I love the cover of this book. Total opposites bond by the special love between sisters. This is a sad story about abuse and survival against all odds. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Sonja Randall
Thank you Elizabeth
for a story that came alive to me
and will forever live in my heart!
The Publishers Weekly review is unkind and doesn't do the book justice. This is a compelling story, told from a child's perspective, about resilience and survival. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fiona D.
This book was excellent. The ending totally took me by surprise. I thought I had it all figured out but boy was I wrong!Published 1 month ago by Sandra Kay Windt
It's a nice book with a slow plot, but worth the read! For my sake though it was too moving. And abusive home and children being tormented and insinuations of molestation is very... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Helena
Never suspected that Emma was not the younger sister in the book. Considering what Callie had to endure, it's understandable that she created Emma in her mind. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Karen Bernhard