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by Dorothy Koomson

The Ice Cream Girls: TV tie-in epub ebook

Author: Dorothy Koomson
Language: English
Publisher: Sphere; TV tie-in ed edition (1803)
ISBN: 075155152X
ISBN13: 978-0751551525
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 974
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Published by Hachette Digital 2010. evening, in case someone broke in the back door while we were lounging in the front room. And then it was just after washing up because it was easier.

Published by Hachette Digital 2010. The moral right of the author has been asserted. All characters and events in this publication, other than those clearly in the public domain, are fictitious and any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

I love Dorothy Koomson's books and have been a fan for years and this latest story didn't disappoint. The Ice Cream Girls alternates between Serena and Poppy's lives now in the present day, and what was happening back when they were involved with Marcus

I love Dorothy Koomson's books and have been a fan for years and this latest story didn't disappoint. This is a psychological thriller that is very gripping and the story is narrated by Serena and Poppy - the 'Ice Cream Girls'. The Ice Cream Girls alternates between Serena and Poppy's lives now in the present day, and what was happening back when they were involved with Marcus. Although the novel does cut back and forth, the story is written so well that you follow everything with no problem.

The Ice Cream Girls book. As teenagers Poppy Carlisle and Serena Gorringe were the only.

Authors: Koomson, Dorothy. What’s happened?’ ‘She’s in hospital.

Amid heated public debate, the two seemingly glamorous teens were dubbed 'The Ice Cream Girls' by the press and were dealt with . ISBN: 978-0-751-55152-5; Издательство: Little, Brown and Company.

Amid heated public debate, the two seemingly glamorous teens were dubbed 'The Ice Cream Girls' by the press and were dealt with by the courts. As teenagers, Poppy Carlisle and Serena Gorringe were the only witnesses to a tragic event. Amid heated public debate, the two seemingly glamorous teens were dubbed 'The Ice Cream Girls' by the press and were dealt with by the courts. Years later, having led very different lives, Poppy is keen to set the record straight about what really happened, while Serena wants no one in her present to find out about her past.

by. Koomson, Dorothy. With Poppy determined to salvage what's left of her reputation, Serena may not have a choice in reopening a can of worms that may threaten both their lives, again. Secrecy, Witnesses, Secrecy, Witnesses. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

Dorothy Koomson (born 1971 in London) is a contemporary English novelist, who is of Ghanaian descent. She has been described as "Britain's biggest selling black author of adult fiction". Koomson has two degrees in Psychology and Journalism when she graduated from Leeds University (Trinity and All Saints College)

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The Ice Cream Girls: a gripping psychological thriller from the bestselling author (Paperback). Dorothy Koomson (author).

Dorothy Koomson (born 1971 in London) is a contemporary English novelist The Ice Cream Girls.

Dorothy Koomson (born 1971 in London) is a contemporary English novelist. Koomson has two degrees in Psychology and Journalism when she graduated from Leeds University  . Amid heated public debate, the two seemingly glamorous teens were dubbed 'The Ice Cream Girls' by the pres. Sphere, (формат: 125x195, 480 ст.

Reviews (7)
Kashicage
This book wasn't at all what I was expecting. It was suggested to me by a book club friend, and I really got started hesitantly. Once I got into the first chapter, I was hooked because I had to know the whole story. I had to follow both of these women through the unfolding of the truth's that reconcile their lives. It's impossible to discuss too much without giving away intricate details that won't allow the reader to experience what I did. The writer is excellent at something very difficult - having two first person narrator's expertly tell a story that weaves and flows without jagged interruptions to unfold unexpected revelations and keep the reader on edge. It's definitely reader worthy. And movie worthy too.

Steamy Ibis
As usual I love the way Dorothy Koomson writes a story. Her stories are always so well written and full of descriptions. I never been to England but she describes each town and city so vividly that she makes me think I have. The inner dialogue that both Poppy and Serena have both back in the 80s and in the present made this book worth reading. Also the themes of pedophilia and how there are adults who take advantage of kids with violence and secrecy are subjects that should be written about more often. But with that said I think the book was 100 pages too long. She goes on and on about things though not necessarily trivial they just didn't move the story along. I think she should have told more about Poppy new life because she truly was the saddest part of the entire book.

Yalone
I am only giving it four stars because it was a book that bounces back and forth between present and past and between the two main characters a little to much. What got it to 4 stars for me is the final chapter, which totally blew me away. I was not expecting that outcome at all.

Gathris
I thought the story line was good but it just didn't quite deliver. The story felt drawn out in some parts, but not enough detail in others. It was also weird how the characters had these intense obsessions they couldn't let go for many years and in the end, everything was just ok. I wouldn't read it again but it was a decent read.

Chillhunter
I'm so thrilled to have found this new author! I honestly felt that I was there - she remembers the '80's very well. The plot is quite topical at the moment [i.e. student/teacher relationships] and was very well developed.

POSSIBLE SPOILER - This book was recently serialised on TV, the book is better, the programme was adapted for TV and the ending was adapted to suit that medium.

SadLendy
Super creepy, weirdly twisted, solid read of a book.

Fenius
I enjoyed this book but I figured out "who dun it" right away. It was pretty obvious to anyone who is paying attention. And I think it was a bit drawn out and a bit too long.

Usually, when I'm super psyched up to read a writer, I get disappointed in what I read. This, surprising, wasn't the case for "The Ice Cream Girls". While this book wasn't short (it was about 400+ pages), it was definitely worth the read, and it kept reading until the very end of the novel. It was really worth the buy, and I'm glad I got it.

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