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Two Little Girls: A totally gripping psychological thriller with a twist Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07MW3ZSDY
- Publisher : Bookouture (April 17, 2019)
- Publication date : April 17, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2128 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 316 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #301,199 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The characters are so well developed that though there are many, they are each very distinct- no confusion or constant rereading to get them straight.
The two little girls had a very complicated yet strong friendship. I instantly disliked Lisa, the ringmaster and the way she treated Kirsty, She was abusive & manipulative & careless with her friendship. The twist was so unexpected and brought the story to a whole new level. The main theme of the story was Kirsty having the courage to face the demons of her past and finding that memories become distorted and exagerated and created havoc in her adult life. But once brought to light are mere shadows, ghosts with no real substance. Learning the truth through the eyes of an adult, Kirsty was finally freed from the nightmarish past that haunted her her entire life.
Unique story. Fast paced and suspenseful, it was a pleasure to read. Plan on reading Liars next....Bad Little Girl was also exceptional.
Don't pass this one up!
Top reviews from other countries
The story line is based on Lisa and Kirsty, not exactly little girls as the title suggests, but more on the cusp of adolescence. Lisa is a bit of a pain in the neck, exaggerating silly stories and being generally over the top. Even her best friend, the placid (somewhat wet, actually), Kirsty is getting tired of her.
The friendship is brought to a juddering halt when Lisa vanishes on her way home one evening, after an argument with Kirsty in the park. A prime suspect is quickly found: Tokki, the family lodger from Oman, who has overstayed his visa and speaks limited English. He fits the bill nicely and the police, the press and the town are determined he is guilty.
Kirsty later moves away to start afresh and meets Lee, her slightly over bearing partner. She moves back to help Vic, her drama loving sister, through her pregnancy, and gets a new job as a social worker.
These events bring her into contact with people from her past and the town’s secrets begin to unfold.
This book exceeded my expectations, it was really well written and highlighted some important issues, manipulation being the main one. The characters were also believable and well written.