Flight 133 disappeared over the ocean. No wreckage. No distress signal. Just gone.
Suddenly, everyone on the news and social media is talking about whether the pilot intentionally crashed it—everyone but me. Because I know her. The pilot was my mom, and there’s no way she would hurt anyone. No one else knows that before she left, she wrote me a note. Trust me, it said.
Now it feels like someone split my world—and me—in two, and the only person who believes me is Landon. I want to trust him, to let him see who I really am, but I can’t. I have my secrets, the same way Mom has hers. All I know is falling for him will only make things more complicated.
Just as I start to open up, the answer to what really happened to Flight 133 could rip my world apart all over again—for good this time.
The Gravity of Missing Things was such an emotional book. There some trigger warning with self harm and bad anxiety. I was very engrossed in the book and it was a fast read. It deals a lot with grief and how the family handles it. I like the bond the main character has with her. I like the cover of the book. Looks like the sky and peaceful.
The book revoles around a family. When a plane goes missing, they are left to pick up the pieces. They must deal with gossip of their mom, who was the pilot. Some hurtful family secrets get exposed who looking for the truth of the missing plane. Everyone must try to come together for support when the truth comes out.
So grab some tissues, because you be a emotional broken after reading this book.