Message Not Found


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$17.99  $16.73
Quill Tree Books
Publish Date
5.7 X 8.4 X 1.3 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author

Dante Medema is an author of books for young readers. Her debut novel, The Truth Project, was an Indies Introduce title and an Indies Next List Pick. She lives in Anchorage, Alaska, with her husband, four daughters, and a room full of alien memorabilia--and books, of course. When she's not writing, she dabbles in baking, decorating, painting, sewing, and reading up on Enneagram personality types. To learn more about Dante, visit her online at


"Medema delivers on the heartbreaking premise of Message Not Found, offering a beautiful tapestry of grief and friendship, with the hint of a mystery woven seamlessly throughout. Bailey's loss is as compelling as her search for answers, and readers will cling to the unraveling secrets along with her." -- Kyrie McCauley, Morris Award-winning author of If These Wings Could Fly

"A beautifully written, compulsively readable tale of friendship and grief in its many forms, Message Not Found is a timely stunner. Medema is skilled at seeing into the heart of hard subjects, and tackling them with grace. A must-read." -- Liz Lawson, author of The Lucky Ones and The Agathas

"Message Not Found is a compelling mystery; immensely readable. Bailey's search for the truth drives the reader to turn page after page." -- Mikki Daughtry, co-author of New York Times bestsellers Five Feet Apart and All This Time

"Message Not Found is a compelling look at the complexity of relationships, secrets, grief, and growing up. The characters and friendships walk straight off the page, while the mystery drives you forward. Prepare to exert extreme self-control in order to not race to the end!" -- Jenna Evans Welch, New York Times bestselling author of Love & Gelato

"Intricately plotted and emotionally impactful, this story suspensefully and viscerally peels back the layers of friendship. [A] skillfully crafted tale." -- Kirkus Reviews

"For readers who loved Nina LaCour's We Are Okay and E. Lockhart's We Were Liars, this book brings to light the heartache, pain, and emptiness felt when grieving from a loss." -- School Library Journal

"Medema captures perfectly the crushing grief of losing a friend and the mess of emotions it involves." -- Booklist