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atrixa wrote:I really enjoyed this book, as Scott says, it's unique, but the ending upset me. She could have told everyone where her body was, but what does she do? Have sex with her teen crush...
The beginning where she describes her rape and murder really disturbed me and I found it hard to read.
I liked the message about death and loss that Sebold was putting across, though. I appreciated the way that she portrayed the family as imperfect and more realistic. The mother cannot take it and the sister hardens herself towards the subject.
atrixa wrote:The beginning where she describes her rape and murder really disturbed me and I found it hard to read.