This book is an Anticipated Literary fiction Turning over a new leaf.

"The Girls" is far more fascinated by his female acolytes. I get a strong feeling that "The Girls" is inspired by Charles Manson and the grisly murders his followers committed in 1969. I see the novel unfolds as a reluctant act of retrospection, shifting back and forth between the author's life lacking depth.

I found this as emotional discomfort that kept tamped down beneath a pose of cruel apathy, which overdoes it as simulacra. This book is more of a seductive debut novel, "The Girls," that re-imagines the world of Charles Manson's female followers and uses it as a literary device.

I could read this book and think it's wondrous and get all caught up in the story and the characters and transported back to that crazy time in our nation's history. To me, this felt like half of a tolerably good novel that could have used a slightly more aggressive editor.

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