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    Pas mal

    Lu rapidement, de bonnes idees, une heroine sous menopause notamment, mais quand meme beaucoup d invraisemblances, et un denouement un peu trop rapide qui expedie vite les explications pour servir le twist...
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    le pouvoir de la femme

    Passionnant captivant et surprenant . Ce roman bien conçu laisse songeur
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    Belle intrigue

    Je ne m'attendais pas a cette fin! Histoire captivente,on a envie de tt lire d'un trait . BRAVO
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    Un suspens à couper le souffle !!

    Manipulation, mensonges, coups bas...Jusqu'où peut-on aller par amour ?
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    Qui gagnera ?

    Un roman psychologique sur la maternité et le temps qui passe. L'antipathie entre les deux femmes, l'aveuglement (volontaire ?) des hommes, le malaise des enfants devenus des enjeux sont bien vus. On traverse ce bon roman en ignorant jusqu'à la dernière page qui emportera la joute. Et surtout ce qui a motivé cette haine destructrice. Mais ce regard porté sur les différentes formes de l'amour maternel est d'une grande tristesse.
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