The Rules for Disappearing by Ashley Elston
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The rules for disappearing was a pretty boring book, up until the halfway mark.
Meg is in witness protection, and she doesn't know why.
After seeing how much each move effects her sister, she decides this is the last placement they will go to... but first, she needs to find out why they're there.
Meg didn't get answers until the halfway point, so it made a really dull read until then.
It was quite good when it was revealed why they were there, though.
Unfortunately, after that, it went through another dull spot until quite late on in the book.
I didn't find the revelation at the end very shocking. I had a suspicion it would happen quite early on.
I would have really liked how it ended, if it wasn't for the slight cliffhanger.
It would have been a lot better, if it was explained what that character wanted, instead of trying to drag it over to a second installment.
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