[Read] ➮ The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone By Felicity McLean – Dolove.info

Part Mystery, Part Coming Of Age Story, The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone Is Set In A Distant Suburb On The Encroaching Bushland, Over The Long Hot Summer Of It S The Summer Of The School S Showstopper Concert The Summer Tikka Never Forgot The Summer The Van Apfel Sisters Disappeared Blackly Comic, Sharply Observed And Wonderfully Endearing We Lost All Three Girls That Summer Let Them Slip Away Like The Words Of Some Half Remembered Song And When One Came Back, She Wasn T The One We Were Trying To Recall To Begin With Tikka Molloy Was Eleven And One Sixth Years Old During The Long Hot Summer Of The Summer The Van Apfel Sisters Disappeared Hannah, Beautiful Cordelia And Ruth Vanished During The Night Of The School S Showstopper Concert At The Amphitheatre By The River, Surrounded By Encroaching BushlandNow, Years Later, Tikka Has Returned Home To Try And Make Sense Of The Summer That Shaped Her, And The Girls That She Never ForgotBlackly Comic, Sharply Observed And Wonderfully Endearing, This Is Picnic At Hanging Rock For A New Generation, A Haunting Coming Of Age Story With A Shimmering, Unexplained Mystery At Its Heart The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone

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10 thoughts on “The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone

  1. says:

    look who came all the way from australia and braved a biblical downpour just to sign books for our book club They had six femurs, ninety nine vertebrae, three skulls and thirty fingernails Six kneecaps, forty eight carpal bones, and than three million strands of blonde hair, all tinged alien green by the chlorine in their pool which, up until the day they went missing, we d swum in almos

  2. says:

    3.5 Stars The Van Apfel girls grew up with an extremely strict religious father.Tikka Molloy can t forget the summer of 1992 It was the summer that the Van Apfel sisters disappeared, all three of them The story is set in Australia, in an eerie river valley suburb with an awful unexplained smell The night of the Showstopper concert by the river was the night that the Van Apfel girls disappear

  3. says:

    My initial impression of this book was quirky Tikka returns home from Balti to the suburbs outside Sidney, Australia The trip brings on an onslaught of memories from the year she s 11, the year her neighborhood friends, three sisters, disappear And what s apparent and obvious to an adult is not to an eleven year old So her impressions are just a tad off, leading to a slightly offbeat telling An

  4. says:

    This was a different sort of mystery crossed with coming of age, and I loved it Tikka Malloy s playmates, the Van Apfel sisters, disappeared when she was eleven years old It s a mystery haunting her and her sister, Laura, for years Ruth, Hannah, and Cordelia have harsh, religious parents, and it s never been known if they ran away or were taken Tikka has now returned home as an adult to try to gra

  5. says:

    To me, this darkly themed story had a slight literary fiction feel, and I don t love that genre In saying that, I was okay with it Set in the early 1990 s, this tale of three sisters who simply go missing on the night of the school concert, leaves the reader with a lot of pondering to do Full of Aussie colloquialisms, and extremely well told, we witness the young Van Apfel sisters, bought up in a dis

  6. says:

    On the night of a school concert in an ordinary 1990s Australian suburb, the three van Apfel girls disappeared Hannah 14, Cordelia Cordie 13 and Ruth, 7 Despite extensive searches, only one of them is ever found Twenty years later their neighbour and friend Tikka Molloy returns home to visit her parents and older sister Laura and relates the events that led up to the girls disappearance through her then

  7. says:

    This book is so rich and lush in atmosphere I could feel the heat wave of this Australian summer as the hot sun kissed my skin I could hear the birds chirping and the insects buzzing and I almost felt as if I was walking hand in hand with Tikka as she told me the story about the Van Apfel girls We lost all three girls that summer Let them slip away like the words of some half remembered song, and when

  8. says:

    The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone is well written, easy to read, easily devoured in an afternoon It s slick, but conventional it s too easy to see the film adaptation playing out in your head Set mostly in 1992, there s plenty of nostalgia for Gen X Aussies sunnyboys by the pool a slumber party complete with half arsed s ance hearing about the Azaria Chamberlain case in the news The child narrator is end

  9. says:

    Then she said the words I d been waiting to hear Don t you know The Van Apfel girls are gone Felicity McLean may have just released her first debut novel, but she is no stranger to the written word She has carved out a career as a respected ghost writer, a children s book author and a journalist This previous experience has put McLean in good standing The Van Apfel Girls are Gone is assured, refined and incredib

  10. says:

    I am realizing maybe I should not pick books from the library or the book store if I am on limited time to browse.I am trying to save money so that is why I am doing t his but in the process I am picking books that are not a fit for me at all.This book is so different I do not even know how to categorize it I guess Literary Fiction mixed with a little Horror mixed with YA mixed with family issues.I started off real

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