A trip to Wisconsin’s Lake Minosha is supposed to be a relaxing vacation for Nancy, George and Bess—without any mysteries. But moments after they arrive a young woman, scratched and bruised, falls across their cabin’s threshold…
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Carolyn Keene is the author of the ever-popular Nancy Drew books.
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The Girl Who Couldn't Remember (Nancy Drew Series #91) based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Another awesome Nancy Drew book! This one has Nancy, Bess, and George taking a relaxing vacation in a cabin by a lake. Of course, as usual, this vacation ends up being anything but relaxing. In a very unexpected, sudden way, they are thrown head-first into a very strange mystery centering around a girl named Toby who has amnesia. One thing I really liked about this book was that, while Nancy was determined to help Toby, for most of the book we really had no idea who Toby was. There was a good chance that she was a criminal, and yet Nancy still followed her instincts and helped Toby instead of turning her over to the police. Throughout most of the book, we have no idea what is actually going on... why people are after Toby, if Toby is good or bad, what it is that Toby may or may not have stole... it's not just a mystery, it's a very vague mystery that may turn some people off by the confusion and vagueness. But I completely loved it.
It looks scary and i get the youngerones