Living Dead Girl - Elizabeth Scott This book was painful to read, but not because it was poorly written. I read it about a week ago and am only just now writing down what I thought about it, because it just hurt my heart to much at first.

We are introduced to Alice, and find out that she was kidnapped years prior by Ray, while she was on a field trip with her school. The story doesn't get explicit with the descriptions of Alice's abuse, but rather shows us how painful each day is just by the way it is presented. I don't really know how to describe it, other than that I read it and felt like I could easily become even more crazy about safety with my kids (and that's saying something!), and that I had to go hug them and then cry. I don't care for the ending at all, but that might just be me, as I can't imagine how she would be able to recover from such an ordeal.

This was a short, but gut wrenching, read that will stay with me for some time I'm sure.