Ya que a ella no le gusta estar en su pueblo tanto por su pasado como por todo lo relacionado con la sociedad del pueblo. Y ello no solo se ve en las descripciones. Haciendo a la otra persona sentirse diferente. Me ha gustado mucho como la autora mantiene la intriga y el no saber quien es el culpable hasta el mismo final. Los dos personajes son diferentes, hay momentos en los que la manera de narrar algunos encuentros fueron algo
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Shelves: mystery-thriller , The face you give the world tells the world how to treat you. There is something deeply unhealthy about this book. Reading this made me feel a little unwell, both physically and mentally, but I am glad I did. The people in this novel are majorly fucked up, no one is without a dark past and everyone, it seems, has a horror story.
The protagonist - Camille Preaker - was just thirteen when her sister died and fuelled by grief amongst other things Camille spent her teen years carving words into her flesh, covering almost every inch of her body with the marks of her pain.
Ten years later, Camille Preaker is now a journalist who returns to the small town of her youth to report on the murders of two young girls - girls who had had all of their teeth removed. Camille is soon caught up in the town once again, she tries to get along with the mother who never loved her and establish a relationship with the troublesome half sister she hardly knows.
It seems that once again small towns hold the biggest secrets and Camille finds herself getting dragged deeper and deeper into the investigation, her fragile state of mind constantly threatening to tip her over the edge. This is one mean and nasty book. Um, not exactly. Flynn never shies away from the horrific details. Everything else is similar. Flynn does a fantastic job of challenging the notion that women are weak, innocent, damsels in distress.
In a world where women are victims - both in their media representation and in statistics - this is a very interesting look at other kinds of women. Maybe we were always wrong. Last updated: April
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