Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Pretty girls divide social lines with sharp objects
A book that will make you rethink your world view on violence, women, and sharp objects. Gillian Flynn investigates and tells the reader of small town motherly politics, exploring the fine line between the perfect angels and the outsiders. What and who keeps the children as they should be, ought to be in Americana. This could be in part the real house wives of Arkansas Pines Valley. "See how the better half live." A land of normal, defined by pretty people, who live within the structure of violence.
Truman Capote's (True Blood) + Stephen King's (Misery) = Gillian Flynn's (Sharp Objects)
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