REVIEW: THE DISAPPEARING ACT BY CATHERINE STEADMAN

Rating: 4 out of 5.

What it is about- Mia is in Los Angeles for an audition. At the audition, she meets Emily who gives Mia her wallet and keys then disappeared. Then another woman showed claiming to be Emily.

POV- first person from Mia

Happy ending- yes

Funny parts- no 

Sad parts- yes

Scary level- 2/5

Gore- 1/5

Trigger warning- death, sexual assault, grief

Realistic scale- 1/5

Pick this up if- You want a fun story about a disappearance. You like it when the main character investigates. You like mysteries with good, satisfying endings. 

Don’t pick this up if- You hate it when characters do dumb things. You don’t like over the top scenes. 

Pages- 320

Audiobook- 9 hrs and 31 mins
Narrators- Catherine Steadman

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