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Arcadia Falls
Arcadia Falls
Author: Carol Goodman
There once was a girl who liked to pretend she was lost. . . .— Meg Rosenthal is driving toward the next chapter in her life. Winding along a wooded roadway, her car moves through a dense forest setting not unlike one in the bedtime stories Meg used to read to her daughter, Sally. But the girl riding beside Meg is a teenager now, and has exchang...  more »
ISBN: 325372
Publication Date: 2010
Pages: 363
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Publisher: Ballentine
Book Type: Paperback
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The description of the plot promises so much and fails to deliver. The plot is littered with impossible coincidences and unrealistic developments. The one that bugged me the most is the length of time it took the main character to read Lily's diary - anyone else would have finished it in one sitting! But Goodman drags it out with Meg dipping into the diary when convenient for plot exposition. Also - do you think seductionis the same thing as rape? Well, apparently Goodman does. Almost immediately you will realize that there is a "love child" in this story, and also that there is some significance in the fact that the book Lily wrote was "The Changeling." Sigh.
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