Don't Try to Find Me

Friday, February 19, 2016
Holly Brown
Don't Try to Find Me

Fourteen-year-old Marley left a note for her parents before heading off to school: “Don’t try to find me.” She also left behind her cell phone and notebook, making it impossible to track her. By the time her parents realize she’s gone, Marley is on a bus heading toward a young man she’s never met but whom she thinks she knows. As puzzling as her disappearance are her mother’s behavior and her father’s media blitz. We wonder why Rachael and Paul act as they do, and could they be the reason Marley now is missing. This cautionary tale opens up family dynamics to discussion.

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