Helplessly drawn like moths to the light, two girls go missing in an evocative and gripping tale . . .
They called them the Moth Girls because they were attracted to the house. They were drawn to it. Or at least that is what is written in the newspapers that Mandy reads on the anniversary of when her two best friends went missing. Five years have passed since Petra and Tina were determined to explore the dilapidated house on Princess Street. But what started off as a dare ended with the two girls vanishing. As Mandy's memories of the disappearance of her two friends are ignited once again, disturbing details will resurface in her mind.
Moth girls is a really interesting read. It is told by switching back and forth between present day and the past and looks at the disappearance of two girls. The present day is told by their friend who blames herself for their disappearance and the past by one of the girls who disappeared.
This is a book where I will say very little in my review because whatever I say will spoil it. I really liked the story and the mystery around it and working towards finding out what happened. It is very much one of those books that I struggled to put down as I needed to know what was going to happen next