This story is about a woman who disappears on her trip to the store to buy milk. It was sad seeing what the boy went through but also angering to know the husband had a mistress and their relationship only grew stronger with his wife’s disappearance. I ignored them and followed the boy’s story. The emotions were real and so was his disillusionment. His relationship with his true frineds was a crutch for him especially Skye who he found a safe haven in a way with her. This story was engaging and it felt genuine.
Dream cars have no registration plate.
One evening, just before tea, Adam’s mum pops out for the milk and doesn’t come back, launching a frantic nationwide search. After weeks with no leads, the television crews drift away, the police start asking hairy questions, and Adam’s dad starts seeing someone else. Adam’s life is falling apart. But perhaps it was already unravelling and Adam just hadn’t seen the signs? He’s spending so much time in the counsellor’s office, he’s beginning to think he’s a head-case. Then he meets Skye, who it seems has misplaced a parent too, and things start to look up. That is, until a body is found…