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Book Reviews of Little Lost Angel

Little Lost Angel
Little Lost Angel
Author: Michael Quinlan
ISBN-13: 9780671884680
ISBN-10: 0671884689
Publication Date: 2/1/1995
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
This was the best true crime story I have ever read. Its absoluetly disgusting what 4 teenage girls did to this poor little girl over jealously. It disgusts me even more that two of them are out of prison now. They should have stayed behind bars the rest of their lifes. Its an excellent read!
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Helpful Score: 2
Very sad story and real life drama,it was definetly worth reading.
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Helpful Score: 1
Great moving story. It will make you cry!
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Very interesting and sad book!
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TRUE CRIME GREAT BOOK
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Such a sad story.
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Great book, such a sad story. May this little girl RIP. Hard to imagine teenage girls could be so cruel.
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AUTHOR Quinlan, Michael
TITLE Little Lost Angel
DATE READ 01/28/21
RATING 4.5/B+
FIRST SENTENCE Shanda Sharer's normally neat bedroom was in disarray.
GENRE/ PUB DATE/FORMAT/LENGTH True Crime/1995/pb/306 pages
SERIES/STAND-ALONE SA
CHALLENGE Good Reads 2020 Reading Goal 14/120
GROUP READ Reading Cove
TIME/PLACE 1992/Indiana
CHARACTERS Shanda Sharer -- 12 year old girl
COMMENTS It is rare that I read True Crime but this was chosen for a book club read. It was deeply disturbing, graphic and so tragic. The psychological motivation of these teenaged girls, was fascinating and confounding -- I think the best answer was would any of them have committed such an horrendous crime alone -- NO. But the synergy between the main personalities of Melissa and Laurie created an evil force that went beyond any limits they could imagine solo.
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