Some bonds cant be broken.Ten years after the tragic disappearance of her twin sister Leah, sixteen-year-old Mia Klein still struggles to exist within a family that has never fully recovered. Deep in the dark recesses of her mind lies an overwhelming shadow, taunting Mia with mind-splitting headaches that she tries to hide in an effort to appear okay.Leah Klein's life as she knew it ended the day she was taken, thrust into a world of abuse and fear by a disturbed captor"Mother," as she insists on being called. Ten years later, any recollections of her former life are nothing more than fleeting memories, except for those about her twin sister, Mia.As Leah tries to gain the courage to escape, Mia's headaches grow worse. Soon, both sisters will discover that their fates are linked in ways they never realized....
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Losing Leah Reviews
Absolutely captivating....Tiffany King's very best work. I couldn't put it down--full of twists and turns, gorgeous prose and an intriguing and realistic story. A MUST READ!
Although this book was a bit confusing as I continued reading, it was a, overall, really good book.
LOSING LEAH wasn't at all the book I was expecting. It is filled with twists and turns that I didn't see coming. Ten years after it happened, Mia Klein is still struggling with the disappearance of her twin sister Leah. Her family is broken and she suffers from devastating headaches. Still she tries to pretend that everything is okay to her best friend Amber and her boyfriend Luke. She is keeping up her A average and dating a football star. Everything should be great.
Meanwhile, Leah is living in ...more
Losing Leah is an inside look at mental and physical abuse, coping mechanisms, and the bond shared by twins. While I thought I knew what I was getting into when I started reading, I quickly found myself reading a different story than what was advertised.
Established young adult author, Tiffany King, tackles the realm of possibility when Leah is kidnapped at age six from her own front yard. The reader finds themselves alternating between chapters told from Mia's perspective and Leah's perspective ...more
Five star review coming soon!