Tuesday 7 May 2019

The Flower Girls - Alice Clark-Platts || Netgalley Review

The Flower Girls.
Laurel and Primrose.

 One convicted of murder, the other given a new identity.

 Now, nineteen years later, another child has gone missing.

 And The Flower Girls are about to hit the headlines all over again...

This was incrediable. I didnt know all too much about it going into it, as you can see the synopsis is pretty vague, and i totally urge you to not start looking all to into depth about it because i feel knowing very little was the best way. This was a netgalley review book but i would 100% buy this.

The Flower Girls, at one time everyone knew them, two young girls - one who was convincted of murder, the other too young to be charged. One given a whole new life, one who is stuck behind bars never having experienced real life.

Nineteen years later,  another child has gone missing and all hell breaks loose as the Flower Girls are brought back into the spotlight. Told as it intertwines the two sisters over time, we get chance to slightly glimpse at the girls over time, as girls and women.

This book opened up some many questions, it was brilliantly written - the ending was unexpected and left me thinking about the book for days after. Whilst this is only a short review, i dont want to ruin this read, its a case of read this and discover for yourself but i highly reccomend it! 

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