This book started out hard to get into but eventually I couldn't stop reading and it even made me cry a little.
I can totally see this book getting turned into a TV and I would be here for it. It is amazing!
Delightful read. Very relatable.
I read this book fairly quickly and was invested in the main character, Emily's, story but something was missing for me. Perhaps it is because I was born 45 or so years after these characters were and my world is so far removed from the world they lived in. Perhaps it is because a male author was writing two female characters. Perhaps it was a mix of both, but I could not get fully invested in this book.
I thought the perspective of this book was interesting and really shines a light on how young girls and women have so much pressure on them and can do anything to feel like they fit in with a group. What I did not like about this book was that it was way too spot on to Charles manson's story.
I randomly picked this book off the shelf at the library and it turned out to be so good! It's a quick read that keeps you guessing how things really unfolded until the end. Plus there is a bit of commentary on our criminal justice system which I liked.
Thought this book was very informative but had too many small tangent stories that sometimes didn't flow very well.