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  • A truly modern tale!

    It’s the book with THAT opening line, the one that I just HAD to read to see what the fuss was about. Well, what an opening line it is but actually what a book it is, a truly modern tale that just could not have existed even ten years ago. As a parent of late teens/early twenties boys, the summer holiday in the sun with friends has been a source of many sleepless nights for me over the last 5 or 6 years. I have to say that if I was a parent starting to face these years I’d be very nervous about reading this! All that said, this is an emotional roller-coaster that takes you on a family’s nightmare journey in a thoroughly modern world. It is scary, sad, emotional and authentic. I can’t say I enjoyed it, it made me too nervous, but I can say that with or without the “killer” tag line, it’s definitely worth the read!

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  • Viral

    Gripping! A definite must for all teens. This book was well written and it hooks you in. In fact I would have read it in one go if I hadn't had to go out. It's trainwreck TV but in a book.

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  • Viral

    A great read. It's an eye opener especially for fun seeking school leavers. The domino effect that occurs when a lovely young girl is drugged and videotaped whilst on holiday with her sister and friends is horrific. Although the ensuing events are disturbing, to say the least, they are the catalyst for a family bond to be strengthened and life lessons are learnt albeit the hard way.

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