Monday, June 13, 2016

The Girls by Emma Cline

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Young ladies—their powerlessness, quality, and enthusiasm to have a place—are at the heart of this dazzling first novel for perusers of Jeffrey Eugenides' The Virgin Suicides and Jennifer Egan's A Visit from the Goon Squad.

Northern California, amid the savage end of the 1960s. Toward the begin of summer, a forlorn and astute young person, Evie Boyd, sees a gathering of young ladies in the recreation center, and is instantly gotten by their flexibility, their indiscreet dress, their perilous emanation of surrender. Before long, Evie is in thrall to Suzanne, a hypnotizing more established young lady, and is drawn into the circle of a forthcoming notorious clique and the man who is its magnetic pioneer. Covered up in the slopes, their sprawling farm is frightful and rundown, however to Evie, it is fascinating, exciting, charged—a spot where she feels frantic to be acknowledged. As she invests more energy far from her mom and the rhythms of her day by day life, and as her fixation on Suzanne increases, Evie does not understand she is coming closer and nearer to inconceivable brutality, and to that minute in a young lady's life when everything can turn out badly.

Emma Cline's surprising presentation novel is beautifully composed and hypnotizing, with well sharpened sharp accuracy and startling mental knowledge. The Girls is a splendid work of fiction—and a permanent picture of young ladies, and of the ladies they get to be.

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