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    National Velvet meets Lolita

    I liked this coming of age novel, and enjoyed its glimpses of Depression era southern USA. But I would have liked it more if the author had chosen a genre and stuck with it. The book often read like a young adult 'girl with horse' story, but its too frequent and unecessarily detailed sex scenes are definitely not for pre-teen readers.
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    1930's plight of rich white girls

    Life is a series of events that each individual experiences and reacts to in their own way. That seems to be the theme of this book which examines the perils of being a part of the world. If you are looking for an feel good book - this is not it. There is no pretense or shielding done of human flaws and inherent human nature. Examining the plight of the rich white female in the 1930's is interesting and forms the framework for the story. Some aspects of detail in regard to the mountain setting were a bit off- spanish moss flying in the wind? Talk of humidity in Florida but no mention of the humidity of the blue ridge mountains which are and have been for a long time a temperate rain forest. Those inaccuracies albeit small flavor and call into question other aspects of the story. There are some confusing transitions as the tale unfolds. It is a plausible story about how each individual processes a shared experience and how social norms form constructs that thankfully, change with time.
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    One of the best books I have ever read.
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    The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls

    I really enjoyed this book. Good summer reading. It kept my attention and I found it hard to put down.
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    Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls

    It was a great read, the story unlike any I have read I highly recommend it.
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