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    A modern Picnic at Hanging Rock

    Tikka returns home twenty years after that fateful night that saw Hannah, Cordie and little Ruth mysteriously vannish. It is something that has haunted Tikka her whole life, the now woman has been unable to accept what everyone else has. They're dead. But, to Tikka, she sees Cordie in every face. This book is thrilling! I couldn't put it down. Beautiful prose and exciting twists!
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    Right to the end...

    The writing is crystal, like looking through a window at the scenes being described. I can see it, feel it, smell it. The tragedy is clear from the beginning. I miss those girls. I despise the permissive culture that allowed this to happen to so many children. Forgiveness is too easy.
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    nice and quick

    great read to kill a few hours. Good story, ending is a bit of a letdown
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    Very good writing, an enjoyable read

    Really good writing and very evocative of growing up in Australia in a certain period of time. Makes you feel it and smell it. Despite the serious subject, there's a lot of humour in this book. Very good observations.
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    Enthralling

    A book to keep you reading to try and find out what happened and the description of The Australian landscape as experienced by children in the years gone by.
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