I just literally shut the cover on this one, and wow. I chose this for book club based on the fact that it was set in Wisconsin, but I had no idea it would hit so close to home. I felt like I was reading about my family or my friends or my students. I feel like I could have written this book, since "they" always tell you to write what you know. I know this book. The narrator is the youngest sister, Kirsten, in an incredibly typical farm family living in Wisconsin in the 1990s. When her brother's girlfriend goes missing, everything slowly starts to unwravel for this family. As I read, I felt like I knew that kitchen and that barn, and those wrestling matches and those high school romances. I did NOT see the ending coming. Can an ending feel good and tragic at the same time? Yes, it can.