Little Girl Gone by Drusilla Campbell

Little Girl GoneReviewed by Julie Moderson

I have never loved a character in a book as much as Madora. Drusilla Campbell makes you understand Madora and to be able to think like her and cheer for her.

Madora was just twelve when her father killed himself and it Madora realized some are just lucky in life and some girls just aren’t. Her mother was grieving and just let life go on around her. When Madora turned seventeen she was already on the wild side drinking and doing drugs. When Madora met Willis she thought he was her protector.

This is such an intense story and told so well about growing up; finding yourself, figuring out what life is all about, trust, betrayal, understanding and love. It is one of those stories that stays with you for a while and I highly recommend it.

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