Wayward Girls by Claire Matturro and Penny Koepsel (Book Review #1119)

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Wayward girls is a crime fiction story inspired by the events that occurred at Artesia Hall, a school in Texas where a female student passed away in 1972. The result of this story is what transpires in this beautifully written tale.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Jude receives a call from an old friend, Farmer Max, telling her about her old boarding school. Talbot for girls is about to be demolished. Her friend Camille gets the same message, and the two happen to meet at the school, both wanting to see the school get destroyed.

The story is very touching as the girls relive all that happened in the building. The trauma, sexual abuse, and how they were labeled liars and delusional. Revenge is what they seek, and it was beautiful to read how they also wanted forgiveness as adults.

I recommend this book to those who like to read crime fiction.

Written by Jeyran Main

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