[REVIEW] Pretty Girl-13 – Liz Coley

Liz Coley
Pretty Girl-13 [also published as Pretty Girl Thirteen]
HarperCollins (UK: 28th February 2013; AU: 1st March 2013; US & CA: 19th March 2013)
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The less you know about Liz Coley’s Pretty Girl-13, the better to avoid spoilers. You’ll want to discover this one for yourself, to read in as few sessions as possible, because this is a story that doesn’t quit. Engaging, emotional, and unforgettable, the novel traces Angie Chapman’s discovery of her dissociative identities and dealing with them. This is a book I didn’t want to stop reading, and it appeals on so many levels: drama, secrets, trauma, mental illness, psychology, and – my favourite – psychosurgery. This harrowing story and its telling is a masterpiece.

I don’t understand how the fire started, though. That’s my only problem.

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3 responses to “[REVIEW] Pretty Girl-13 – Liz Coley

  1. It sounds creepy…

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