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***Thanks to NetGalley and Scarlet for an eARC of this book. The following review is my honest reflection on the text provided.
Emilina is the only likable character in Chloe Cates is Missing. She’s the most complex, realistic person and the only one who seems to contain shades of grey. Most of the other characters are fairly one-dimensional and only exhibit good or bad – well, mostly bad in this book. Emilina survived a terrible experience as a teenager and probably made the wrong choice in the moment (and moving forward), but she’s done something with her life to atone for these choices. It certainly doesn’t mean she’s not culpable but does show her to be an actual human capable of expressing feelings like empathy and guilt. I enjoyed her chapters the most; she is intelligent and capable, and I found her emotional turmoil compelling while she wrestled with the memories this case forces her to relive.
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