Searching For Michael (1/6)
Rachel Valentine was eleven when her brother walked out of their family home and never came back. Five years later, whilst watching TV she sees her brother’s face in the crowd. Locked away at a convent, where her parents think she can’t get into any trouble, Rachel plots her escape, determined to find her brother. What else is a sister to do?
Alone in London, she discovers that the search for her brother is attracting the wrong kind of attention. Then she meets a man who says he can help her, but is he just someone else with plans of his own for her? Something strange is going on and if Rachel’s not careful, they’ll be adding her name to the steadily growing list of missing persons.
Submitted By: jen_wylie on Apr 3, 2011
After having read What a Way to Start the day, about the fire witch Molly, I was really excited to jump into Ella Grey’s new short story series! I wasn’t disappointed. Searching for Michael is an extremely well written, fast paced tale. I loved the characters, the MC is well described, and wonderfully not perfect. A definite great read for young adults. It ended all too soon and I can’t wait for the next instalment to see what happens next!