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Laura P. said:
12-year-old Caitlin goes missing and is eventually presumed dead—at least by her mother who wants to have a funeral and “move on”. Dad finds it harder to give up. Amazingly four years after the disappearance Caitlin is found but it is not the homecoming her father has imagined. After presumably experiencing psychological and physical torture during her captivity (only really hinted at), Caitlin remains attached to her captor and considers herself “in love” with a 53-year-old man. Though similar to the real life Elizabeth Smart story, this one doesn’t have a happy outcome. The characters are confused, angry, suspicious and nigh on to out of control at times. To me, this rings true. I can’t imagine coping with the situation in this book. A good, but emotionally tough read.
posted Dec 2, 2011 at 1:14PM
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