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Now a major motion picture starring Eva Green and directed by Jordan ScottA beautiful schoolgirl mysteriously disappears into the South African veld Forty years later thirteen members of the miss. I knew what I was getting into with this one I really didLike most people who have reviewed this book I decided to seek this out becaus The Ronin into the South African veld Forty years later thirteen members of the miss. I knew what I was getting Rockonomics into with this one I really didLike most people who have reviewed this book I decided to seek this out becaus

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Ing girl's swimming team gather at their old boarding school for a reunion and look back to the long dry weeks leading to Fiamma's disappearance As teenage memories and emotions resurface the wome. I saw the film Cracks and out of curiosity decided to read the book and found it to be deviated from the movie than expected As

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N relive the horror of a long buried secret A stunning and singular tale of the passion and tribalism of adolescence Cracks lays bare the violence that lurks in the heart of even the most innocent. I watched the movie before reading the book They are uite different but not in a bad wayFirst of all the setting is different The movie

  • Paperback
  • 176
  • Cracks AUTHOR Sheila Kohler
  • Sheila Kohler
  • English
  • 22 February 2019
  • 9781590512050

About the Author: Sheila Kohler

Sheila Kohler was born in Johannesburg South Africa the younger of two girls Upon matriculation at from Saint Andrews with a distinction in history she left the country for Europe She lived for years in Paris where she married did her undergraduate degree in literature at the Sorbonne and a graduate degree in psychology at the Institut Catholiue After raising her three girl.



10 thoughts on “Cracks AUTHOR Sheila Kohler

  1. says:

    I knew what I was getting into with this one I really didLike most people who have reviewed this book I decided to seek this out because I had just watched the movie version and wanted to know how the two compared Going i

  2. says:

    Cracks is one of five books I picked up at a charity bookshop shortly before lockdown began It isn't a book I was looking for – I hadn't heard of it or the author before Based on the blurb plus a scan of the first few pages it struck me as something like Picnic at Hanging Rock the hothouse atmosphere of an all girls school; an unexplained disappearance meets The Virgin Suicides first person plural narration dreamy ton

  3. says:

    This is hands down among the worst books I have ever read I have no idea what other people see in it My gripes ar

  4. says:

    I saw the film “Cracks” and out of curiosity decided to read the book and found it to be deviated from the movie than expected As in the above description the setting is in South Africa and Fiamma is an Italian girl from an aristocratic family As a teenager she enrolls in an isolated school with other girls her age but has little in common with them and with the aid of a favored but abusive teacher the sit

  5. says:

    Beautifully written incredibly scary and mesmerizing

  6. says:

    I'd never heard of the author or the book but I saw a reference to it in a comment on Dare Me and discovered the library at the U had a copy so took a few hours off from Jojo Moyes to read it As my rating indicates

  7. says:

    I watched the movie before reading the book They are uite different but not in a bad wayFirst of all the setting is differ

  8. says:

    I read about this one in Vanity Fair It is being made into a movie starring Eva Green the sexy French woman from one of the recent Bond moviesI found this little 165 pager really moving I liked the use of the collective we as the narrator The

  9. says:

    15 stars Cracks is one of those dream like books that makes the reader walk around in a daze If crafted correctly such books can be amazing reading experiences but unfortunately Cracks fell short The writing with all the repeated phrases was hazy though this perhaps enhanced the mood of the story The way in which the book

  10. says:

    Hmm this was good but odd Cracks is the tale of a group of young teenage girls at a South African boarding school back in the 60's Th

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