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The big disappointment of this book is that the ending seems very rushed and undeveloped.
Carrie sets out with high hopes for a new life with her mother but without funds, friends or good fortune their lives get mired in desperation and deprivation.
Although it had been a while since I had read Me & Emma, it was one of those books that stayed with me.
Although I was thrown off some in the beginning, I love how everything all came together in the end. Great storyPublished 13 days ago by Jeanie
Good book - Carrie is a girl that you want to bring home with you and the parents - you want to leave them in the ditch.Published 27 days ago by asknancy
An absolute heartbreaking story with a happy/sad ending. My thoughts can't grasp how young children "think", but scary enough, it is true. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathy latham
Ok, so there were two books I read last year that knocked the stuffing out of me with their killer twists - Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl and Elizabeth Flock's Me and Emma. Read morePublished 5 months ago by AF
Be sure to read Me & Emma before this book. You won't want to put either of them down once you start. They are well written and are tied together well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rita and Jack
This is a great book and I would definitely recommend it. A friend recommended it to me after I read Emma and me which is the first bookPublished 7 months ago by Nicole
i read her first book & had 2 read this sequel. Elizabeth Flock is an excellent writer. I am definetly a fan.Published 8 months ago by June M. Gillis