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Unaccounted For Paperback – October 26, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
I think adults will like this as much as young adults. Of course, it is the young adults in the story who seek out and find the clues that unravel the mystery of Milo's father's death and the millions of dollars that have been embezzled from Wolverine motors.
There is also the element of young adult romance, which is handled very well by the author. It is there, but doesn't overwhelm the story.
Not wanting to give away the story, I will say that I enjoyed the book and hardly put it down until I had it finished. Mature young adult readers will love it.
I received a copy of the book in exchange for writing a review.
Unaccounted For, begins with a family getting over their fathers suicide to discover their house had been robbed during his funeral. Believing his father had taken the easy way to get out of his gambling debts, Milo Shoemaker is told a secret that destroys his heart. His father smuggled $1 million from the company he worked for, Wolverine Motors. But something just doesn't seem right, and Milo will find out the truth behind this whole thing.
This isn't a book I would normally pick up. But I decided to give it a shot anyway, thinking that I may just enjoy it. I was right for the most part.
I am an avid reader, so I can usually guess the ending of the book within the first 10 chapters. But Nan Cappo totally hid the ending well, I was never able to guess it until it was staring me in the face. The whole time I was hoping for the downfall of the bad guy. I kept thinking that soon they will get hard evidence of this mans crimes but things kept building and building and the puzzle pieces got tinier and tinier. What seemed to be a 25 piece puzzle turned into 500 piece puzzle. This must have taken a long time to completely formulate.
It was an enjoyable mystery and I definitely liked being able to understand the view points of Milo, Ellie, and Zaffer. But what I didn't like was the over attention to detail. And this is where I think its more for the mature YA reader or an adult. For it to be targeted to the young adult audience it has to be a little more vague.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kind of a slow starter but once I got into the story line I couldn't wait for the chance to read more. Loved the characters and their friendshipPublished on March 19, 2014 by Scott Litke
I received this book for free in exchange for a review. Ms. Cappo nailed this young adult mystery! Unaccounted For was a fast-paced mystery with an interesting plot and a sense... Read morePublished on August 23, 2013 by Dana S Talkington
I received a complimentary copy of Unaccounted For in exchange for an honest review. I liked this book more than I thought I would. Read morePublished on July 28, 2013 by Steve in Scottsdale
Got this free in exchange for my review. I liked the plot, although I'll admit that the outcome wasn't too hard to predict... Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by YourKindredSpirit
"Unaccounted For" is the story of a teenager who discovers that life is not as simple as we would like it to be. Read morePublished on March 18, 2013 by Gordon A. Long
I liked this book because it was a good plot that didn't get out of hand, the writing was good, the pace moved right along and not too much 'outlandish' scenes. Read morePublished on March 3, 2013 by dj
I really thoroughly enjoyed this book. I was very reviting and I did not want to put it down. I was reading it every chance I got and when i was reading it I got so involved in... Read morePublished on December 1, 2012 by karen vaught
I am an avid reader of smart, sharp YA/Crossover novels, especially ones with male protagonists who are real, soulful/edgy, and non-stereotypical. Read morePublished on June 17, 2012 by Michael Somers
I liked this a lot. I found myself looking forward to reading it every night to see what Milo was up to. The last section of the book had me up way past my bedtime. Read morePublished on May 10, 2012 by zy's mom