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Our book club chose this book for this month's read and what a discussion ensued. Some ladies were so disturbed by the upsetting topic that they had to stop reading. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Marie L. Beaulieu
This book needs a damn good edit. So overwritten, I stopped at page 25. Shame really as the subject interested me.Published 4 days ago by JuinieT
Captivating book on a very taboo topic: a mother not knowing how to love her son. Her struggle with their relationship and her obsession of figuring out why he did it makes it a... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jasmine Koech
In the beginning I found this book very hard to read. At the same time compelling. Having been a teacher and later a counselor it was really an insight to the true feelings of a... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
This book held my interest from page one! It was dark and oddly funny at times. This made me understand that sometimes when kids go bad, it is not the parents fault. Read morePublished 10 days ago by susan c
Very dark but good novel. Avoid the movie if you haven't read the book.Published 13 days ago by James Higgins
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Whoa. I first decided to read this book after it was recommended to me, with the warning that the... Read more