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    The Orchid Girls

    Brilliant writing, hard to put down thriller, this is a must read. I can't wait for the next book, will buy without hesitation.
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    Not too bad.

    Not a bad read. Slightly predictable and a few spelling errors. Interesting idea though with a nice lesbian fatal attraction vibe.
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    The Orchid Girls

    A wonderful psychological thriller, it had me on the edge of my seat, I couldn’t put it down. Right until the end I was trying to work out what happened, it was fantastic I thoroughly recommend it.
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    “It’s Not What You Think”

    I had a therapist friend say once that a large percentage of teenage girls had experienced some sort of romanticized connection with another female while in either mid or high school years or early in their college years. Often those are no more than “practice sessions” between you and your besties for what to do when you finally start dating boys. Sometimes, they are the harbinger of lifestyles to come. The author did an incredible job of addressing the emotional damage that can be wrought when they face ostracism or punishments from peers, teachers, parents and those that make too big of a deal about it. By and large though, this story is a remarkedly well done psychological thriller, while showing the warped personalities that develop young in life and the damage that self-loathing can do to those that are less than comfortable in their own skin. This was an excellent first novel and I look forward to other books Lesley Sanderson will write.
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    Good Story

    A good story line and an unexpected ending. The book could have been a bit shorter as I felt it was to drawn out at times although it was a good read.
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