The Night She Disappeared Gabie drives a Mini Cooper She also works part time as a delivery girl at Pete s Pizza One night Kayla another delivery girl goes missing To her horror Gabie learns that the supposed kidnapper had a

  • Title: The Night She Disappeared
  • Author: April Henry
  • ISBN: 9780805092622
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Gabie drives a Mini Cooper She also works part time as a delivery girl at Pete s Pizza One night, Kayla another delivery girl goes missing To her horror, Gabie learns that the supposed kidnapper had asked if the girl in the Mini Cooper was working that night Gabie can t move beyond the fact that Kayla s fate was really meant for her, and she becomes obsessed with findiGabie drives a Mini Cooper She also works part time as a delivery girl at Pete s Pizza One night, Kayla another delivery girl goes missing To her horror, Gabie learns that the supposed kidnapper had asked if the girl in the Mini Cooper was working that night Gabie can t move beyond the fact that Kayla s fate was really meant for her, and she becomes obsessed with finding Kayla She teams up with Drew, who also works at Pete s Together, they set out to prove that Kayla isn t dead and to find her before she is.

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    1. April Henry

      I write mysteries and thrillers I live in Portland, Oregon with my family.If you ve read one of my books, I would love to hear from you Hearing from readers makes me eager to keep writing.When I was 12, I sent a short story about a six foot tall frog who loved peanut butter to Roald Dahl, the author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory He liked it so much he arranged to have it published in an international children s magazine.My dream of writing went dormant until I was in my 30s, working at a corporate job, and started writing books on the side Those first few years are now thankfully a blur Now I m very lucky to make a living doing what I love I have written 20 novels for adults and teens, with on the way My books have gotten starred reviews, been picked for Booksense, translated into six languages, been named to state reading lists, and won the Oregon Book Award.

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    1. The Night She Disappeared, with only 240 pages, is a short but intense mystery. Kayla was only going out to deliver a pizza but she never came back. As some of you may know, mysteries, thrillers, horrors of all kinds are my favorite genre. I was enticed by this synopsis as soon as I read it, and I found myself absorbed in the story from the start. Told in multiple perspectives, we get to walk into the lives of the people directly affected by Kayla's disappearance, all the while trying to figure [...]

    2. This story kept you on the edge of your seat. It was a fast paced, page turner, and I have to say, it scared the living daylights out of me! That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Gabie's a high school senior working part-time at Pete's Pizza. One night she switches shifts with co-worker and fellow student Kayla. On that night Kayla goes out to deliver pizza and never comes back. Her car is found, keys in the ignition, purse on the seat, and door wide open but no sign of Kayla. This is alarmi [...]

    3. “A genuine thriller.” Those are the words written on the cover of The Night She Disappeared and they’re words with which I wholeheartedly agree. With its 230 pages, April Henry’s YA crime novel is a quick and exciting read. It is clear from every page that Henry is an experienced author with more than ten novels behind her. Her control over the characters, plot and pacing is absolute. When a pizza delivery girl named Kayla goes missing, her two co-workers know that she wasn’t the inten [...]

    4. Expected Publication Date: March 13, 2012'The Night She Disappeared' was kindly provided to me by Netgalley for Macmillan Children's Publishing Group.Interested in more of my reviews? Visit my blog!'The Night She Disappeared' was a rousing thriller that I really enjoyed. It had me on the edge of my seat with no idea what the possible outcome might be the pages were flying. Lovers of this genre: you will be missing out if you pass this one up. I'm a big of mysteries/thrillers and this book made m [...]

    5. First off a huge thanks to Wendy from Back in the Midnight Garden for letting me read this ARC!Wow! The Night She Disappeared was both fast and furious. I literally finished this book in less than 24 hours because I was so hooked! I never thought a mystery/crime type YA novel would appeal to me. How wrong was I??? This uniquely narrated story that unfolds through several POVs, 911 dispatch transcripts, newspaper articles, missing person's flyers and even autopsy reports had me at the edge of my [...]

    6. “Everything in the world is designed.”This book follows the disappearance of Kayla Cutler, a seventeen year old girl who was kidnapped while delivering pizza. The kidnapper placed an order at Pete's Pizza, where Kayla worked. But he asked about the girl in the Mini Copper, Gabie. Gabie and Drew, a coworker, are sure that the man didn't want Kayla, but Gabie.The story was all over the place. It wasn't as mysterious as the synopsis makes it look like. It was told from several POV, but none of [...]

    7. The full review (with links) is over here.1 1/2 StarsSo, I didn’t like The Night She Disappeared. Which is such a shame because I was REALLY excited about it and I know some bloggers raved about it. To which I want to say: did we read the same book? I am so sad about this. This book was, lightly put, annoying. I’m not sure if it’s supposed to be a thriller, because there was literally zero thrilling points, and a mystery, which fizzled down from page one until the very end.There are SEVEN [...]

    8. Soe rating itself should alert you to the fact that whatever I have to say about this book is good. Moving on from there, let me just say that one of the first things that attracted me about this novel is the scarcity of its genre or rather sub-genre. This is a thriller, a contemporary thriller, and we don't get too many of those in the YA genre. Or at least I haven't read many of them. Anyway.The Night She Disappeared is an amazing novel. During many instances in the course of the narrative, yo [...]

    9. ARC tour--The Midnight Garden Thanks Wendy!!I still have chills from reading this book! I usually tend to shy away from murder thriller type books but The Night She Disappeared came very highly recommended so I thought I would give it a go and I am so glad that I did!The story is told from multiple points of view and sometimes that doesn’t work for me, but in this context it was brilliant. You not only get to see what the victim is thinking but you get to experience every side of the story and [...]

    10. I almost gave up on this book, but yay, I did it!The Night She Disappeared is a thriller that is made to thrill! This is definitely not a Tina book, but once in awhile I like a good old fashion scare that doesn't involve things that go bump in the night. But dame, did this book ever feel real. All the 911 calls and the missing picture and other illustrations made this ten times more creepy.This is chill-worthy stuff my friends! Fans who want to be freaked out will love this!

    11. "And I pray that I'll be ready. Ready to kill him." This was a fast read, but I wouldn't call it a worthwhile read. Trigger Warning: Suicide I'm writing this review right away because I'm already starting to forget names - it was that unmemorable to me. The Night She Disappeared features around three teenagers. You have Kayla - who is kidnapped and held hostage, Drew - the love interest and boy from the wrong side of the tracks and our main protaganist Gabbie - it was supposed to be her that was [...]

    12. My original review was going to be a Scooby Doo gif at the moment when the culprit is arrested and attempts to shake his handcuffed fist at the gang while saying, "I would have gotten away with it, too, if it hadn't been for you meddling kids!" But I couldn't find one. So this will have to do:But, to include a Scooby Doo gif (and because I am immature), here is what the main characters look like in my mind while they're more concerned with each other rather than the kidnapped victim:The "climact [...]

    13. I brought this book home from the library and thought it looked kind of interesting, so I started to read it. It didn't take me very long to finish (it's only 229 pages) but I have to say I didn't enjoy it as much as everyone else. These are just my personal opinions and thoughts, so I'm sorry if you don't agree! It just wasn't one of my favorites. The Night She Disappeared revolves around a small-town pizza place, and three teens who work there: Gabie, Drew, and Kayla. One night, Kayla goes out [...]

    14. If you're looking for a fast-paced mystery that's likely to strap you in for the full ride, then this is definitely the book for you! One second I was just starting the book and the next I was almost halfway done, wondering where time had gone and why I was so tense! The Nigh She Disappeared starts off after a girl named Kayla is kidnapped one night on a pizza delivery run when Gabie was the one who is supposed to be taken. No one knows whether or not Kayla is actually alive, who the kidnapper i [...]

    15. randomly decided to pick up the book that's been on my tbr the longest. let's see how 2013 rachel's taste match up to 2017 rachel.update: not so well, it turns out.

    16. This book is about a girl named Kayla who was kidnapped but the kidnapper was suppose to get Kayla's friend Gabbie so her and her friend drew kept looking for more clues that Gabbie was still alive and they found more and more evidence about her and her ticket order and they found her car but close to the end was Kayla still alive or did she not make it read to find out.I gave this book 4 stars because it was a really good book because i really like mystery but i thought it would be a little bit [...]

    17. One of my closest friends loves true crime fiction, especially books about serial killers. Over the years she's pressed me to read books about Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy and the nightmare inducing, Jeffrey Dahmer, my response has always been the same, 'hell no!'I like happy endings, sexy vampires, angsty werewolves, cozy mysteries and the occasional zombie infestation. But stories about something real, monsters who look like people but walk among us, picking out their next feast from among their [...]

    18. On the night Kayla Cutler disappears while out on a pizza delivery, she wasn't supposed to be working. Gabie and Kayla had switched shifts because Kayla wanted Friday off. Someone else didn't know about this arrangement and he was expecting the girl in the Mini Cooper, aka Gabie. When Kayla shows up he decides to stick to the plan and grab his opportunity. Now Kayla is missing and Drew and Gabie feel horribly guilty. Drew because he's the one who took the fake pizza order and sent Kayla to her k [...]

    19. There are so many things I didn't like about this book. First of all, this should have been in the middle grade section of the library and not YA.It was so juvenile and ridiculous. The storyline itself was interesting. Local girl goes missing after going out on a pizza delivery. Pretty attention grabbing. And the story started out really good. But there was no reveal really. There was no "the butler did it." Or someone that you could guess from the story. So to me, that was kind of pointless bec [...]

    20. 4 double stuffed Oreos.Cover Love: Yes. It sets up the mystery perfectly.Why I Wanted to Read This: For some reason I am into mysteries right now so this one was perfect for my mood. I Kept Reading Because: It was a great mystery with interesting characters.Romance?: Yes, but it was not a focal point of the story.What I Liked (& Didn't):I liked the format of this book. Each chapter was from a different point of view. This author totally makes it work. There are some chapters from a character [...]

    21. For those of you who like realistic suspense, this one's for you!Gabie is a quiet girl who works in a pizza shop. She drives a mini Cooper to deliver pizzas but she has no idea that someone sinister is watching her. One night, Kayla, another girl who works with Gabie, uses Gabie's car to make a delivery and never returns. The police find Gabie's car down by the river, and it appears that Kayla might have known her kidnapper because the car doesn't look like it has been broken into.Immediately, G [...]

    22. I can't believe I finished this in one day! From the moment I started, I just couldn't stop reading. I needed to know what's going to happen next. But towards the end, I felt like the story needed a little more action. Nonetheless, I enjoyed it and I'll definitely read more of April Henry's books :)

    23. This book is called "The night she disappeared" by April Henry. The book was okay even though though I didn't really like the ending. I didn't really like how one person was talking out of turns and by what I mean by that was the author didn't show a lot of " in the book when someone is talking. So it made me confused when who's talking or not. Back to the book, the book was about a delivery girl who works at a Pizza place. Her name was Kayla. One day a man called the place and he asked Kayla's [...]

    24. The night she disappeared by April Henry, it is mysteries young adult fiction story set in Portland. Mystery book that told a girl got kidnapped when she’s making pizza delivery. The story is told by alternate narrators and highlights Gabie thinks that Kayla is alive while detectives tries to find her body. Gabie works at Pete’s Pizza along with Kayla and Drew and she wanted to work because she’s lonely so talking to customers makes her feel less lonely. Both of her parent’s work at hosp [...]

    25. My Thoughts: So, I read Henry's other book Girl Stolen a few months back and it was a good book. I don't like calling these books good because even though they are good to read, they are also scary horrible events to read about. I do not want to think about these things happening in real life but they do. In The Night She Disappeared, we are introduced to the people who work at Pete's Pizza. There is Gabie, Kayla, and Drew. They are the focus of this story. Yes, a lot more people work there but [...]

    26. If you like mysteries you have to read this book. This book is a mystery edge of your seat book. This is so far my favorite book I have read. The setting took place at Pete's Pizza at present day,where Kayla a worker had switch days with Gabie the delivery it's important because if she haden't switched days she wouldn't have gon missing. But then when Kayla went for her last delivery she never came back. So it has been days since her last appearance then after kayla's funeral. Gabie notice the s [...]

    27. Kayla goes out one night to deliver a pizza, but she never comes back. Gabie, one of her colleagues, was supposed to be working instead of her; and, according to Drew, who took the order, whoever took Kayla asked about Gabie first. While everybody believes Kayla must be dead, Gabie and Drew don't give up hope and team up to find Kayla - before her kidnapper kills her, or before he strikes again.I rather enjoyed The Night She Disappeared, even if I did not completely love it. Over all, it is a sh [...]

    28. In my opinion, the multiple perspectives ruined this novel. What's the mystery? We know where the missing girl is, who took her and why. By giving the reader all of this knowledge, the author removes the tension from the story. Drew and Gabie's concern over Kayla's disappearance and their tepid budding romance weren't enough to carry the book for 200 pages while I waited for this mystery/thriller to live up to its genre. Also, I find the police department's handling of the investigation to be ri [...]

    29. I really liked it. The mystery and suspense keep me on the edge of my seat and I didn't want to put it down, so it was fast paced and I read it in about a day. It's told from various POVs and has lots of little extras like transcripts from 911 calls and evidence logs, which I really liked that added touch to the story. As far as characters go, Gabie was kind of a strange girl. Really shy and reserved, but I think her knowing that she was this psycho's original target made her act out in ways tha [...]

    30. I always hear about people reading a book in one sitting and wonder if that's true. But I just did with April Henry's "The Night She Disappeared." Right from the first page, I was sucked in to the story about a girl who goes missing while delivering a pizza. It's told from shifting points of view, and that combined with official documents gives this a CSI feel and fast pace. Gayle, the girl who was supposed to deliver the pizza, struggles with guilt and along with Drew, another employee, they bo [...]

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