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    A compelling read from the get-go.

    THE GIRL FROM LONG GUYLAND is a good read, and kept me wondering what was going to happen next, as something dark from Laila's secret past is about to catch up with her. I lost patience with young Laila at times, but her actions are motivated from the beginning: a lonely girl looking for personal identity and a place to belong. No doubt she is in over her head when she gets involved with the "family," a group of unscrupulous townies who deal drugs to the rich kids attending the local University. The characters, including the '70s era itself, are well drawn, distinct and believable. In short, I was impressed with this book.
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    muy gostu

    mi revio es algo corto porque este libro es muy bueno
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    Page Turner

    A compelling narrative that strikes a cord with this baby boomer who like the protagonist, Laila Levin, looks back at the late sixties when many of us explored the wilder side of our normally conservative natures. In 2012 Laila has a thriving career in I.T. and a successful marriage to Eduardo. All hell breaks loose when her company announces a layoff and she's forced to deal with an unscrupulous CEO, Then news of a dark secret involving an old love triangle and an unsolved murder collides with her current day life. Told in alternating chapters from 1970 and 2012, the author cleverly weaves the two stories of then and now. A naive girl from the suburbs of Long Island, finds herself over her head when she starts college in Connecticut and is initiated into an unethical hippie family and deceptive love triangle with Ben Franklin Jones and Chris Reynolds. When the two reappear in 2012, they threaten to destroy her current day career and marriage. The characters, and the '70s era are well drawn, distinct and believable. Reznik's masterful dialogue and unique structure made this book a page turner I highly recommend.
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    Cool

    Well ...the book is Cool and interesting. If you Read so you like
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    Woow

    Wow I am just speechless. Really writer is very genius person. Heads of to u
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