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The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone by Felicity McLeanWe lost all three girls that summer. Let them slip away like the words of some half-remembered song and when one came back, she wasnt the one we were trying to recall to begin with.
So begins Tikka Molloys recounting of the summer of 1992 - the summer the Van Apfel sisters, Hannah, the beautiful Cordelia and Ruth - disappear.
Eleven and one-sixth years old, Tikka is the precocious narrator of this fabulously endearing coming-of-age story, set in an eerie Australian river valley suburb with an unexplained stench. The Van Apfel girls vanish from the valley during the schools Showstopper concert, held at the outdoor amphitheatre by the river. While the search for the sisters unites the small community on Sydneys urban fringe, the mystery of their disappearance remains unsolved forever.
Brilliantly observed, sharp, lively, funny and entirely endearing, this novel is part mystery, part coming-of-age story - and quintessentially Australian. Think The Virgin Suicides meets Jasper Jones meets Picnic at Hanging Rock.
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