All the Missing Girls, by Megan Miranda, is not your typical thriller. Many have compared it to The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl, but I thought it was much, much better. After receiving a mysterious and vague letter from her father about a missing girl from her past, Nicolette Farrell returns to her hometown after an extended period of absence. She arrives, gets her bearings, sees her family, and the next thing the reader knows, it is two weeks into the future. I was a little confused by this at first - I was reading the book on my Kindle, and actually flipped back a few pages to make sure that there wasn’t an issue with the file. What I came to understand was that Miranda had done this on purpose, as a way to reveal information to the reader in an unconventional manner. It was exciting, kept me guessing during the entire book - I never guessed the ending, which was a nice change - and really made me think about the clues that I was getting in each chapter. What little information I did get led me to draw conclusions, but then I’d get to the next chapter and find out something more. I loved the author’s writing style, and the fact that I had to work to figure out the story. I can’t wait to read another one of Megan Miranda’s books in the future!