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This review is from: Ghost Girl: The true story of a child in desperate peril - and a teacher who saved her (Paperback)
This was the first novel I ever read of Hayden's and it moved me very deeply.
Talking of a difficult topic it is an emotionally gripping but a very worthwhile novel. You have to praise the work Hayden did with the troubled young girl Jadie was when we first meet her- it shows the work of a true professional.
I will admit that I was moved to tears at several points but found the book very difficult to put down- I read it within two sittings.
An excellent novel which allows a deeper insight into the psychology of the mind and how it can overcome even the worst experiences. It got me hooked on Hayden's work.
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Initial post: 27 Sep 2008 13:54:26 BDT
R. A. Cross says:
Er.. I don't think this is a novel!
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