The Passion Flower Massacre

The Passion Flower Massacre Eighteen year old Matilda longs for freedom to escape from her over protective parents and the pain of her brother s death Working on a farm in the idyllic countryside seems to offer the perfect oppo

  • Title: The Passion Flower Massacre
  • Author: Nicola Morgan
  • ISBN: 9780340877340
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eighteen year old Matilda longs for freedom, to escape from her over protective parents and the pain of her brother s death Working on a farm in the idyllic countryside seems to offer the perfect opportunity Paradise, in fact But is it too perfect Perhaps she should be suspicious of the nicer than nice people who run the farm, but Matilda doesn t care She willingly leEighteen year old Matilda longs for freedom, to escape from her over protective parents and the pain of her brother s death Working on a farm in the idyllic countryside seems to offer the perfect opportunity Paradise, in fact But is it too perfect Perhaps she should be suspicious of the nicer than nice people who run the farm, but Matilda doesn t care She willingly lets herself be drawn in by the warmth they seem to offer, longing to be loved and understood She doesn t want to question, or think, or worry But these people have a shocking plan By the time Matilda realizes it, will it be too late A dramatic new novel of faith, forgiveness, and retribution by the author of Fleshmarket a 2004 American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults.

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    1. At its heart, The Passionflower Massacre is a mystery novel with intelligent, young adult-friendly sensibilities. On this level, it succeeds utterly and entirely. Told from different perspectives on two concurrent timelines, the novel centres around an insidious religious cult whose operation masquerades as a working fruit farm. Because of the novel’s shifting perspectives, we are privy to most of the situations before they unfold. Occasionally we’re even two steps ahead of the characters, b [...]

    2. A sunny summer spent fruit-picking on a farm filled with friendly teenagers. It should be idyllic. But a creeping sense of danger is present from the first few pages of this excellent book. It’s clear from the start that Matilda’s summer job isn’t going to end well, but you don’t know HOW it’s not going to end well, which is what adds the suspense. There are several different varieties of religion in this book – evangelical cults, solid Scottish Sunday worship, and the righteous reve [...]

    3. This was an enjoyable book showing how easy it is to be sucked in by people, especially if you are feeling lonely and low about yourself. Set on a fruit farm it shows how Mathilda becomes part of a cult and the extremes people will go to rectify and get revenge. I feel it was aimed much more towards the young adult audience which is no bad thing but due to this some of the scarier aspects of being part of a cult and some of the more violent aspects are toned down. More information could have bee [...]

    4. This book is one of those books that lingers in the middle. I wanted so much to give this book a higher rating but. It just wasnt quite there.This was a surprising book, It brought tears to my eyes and I was gluded to it. The problem i had with it was the loop holes. Some things just didnt add up and i could not look past that!

    5. I read this book about 5 years ago when i was in high school, and I can still remember it! It had such an interesting plot line that kept me hooked- it's not like something I would usually read, but I really enjoyed it! Very memorable :)

    6. Was a tad boring in the beginning but I got more and more curious and loved the twist at the end. Almost rated a 5 haha

    7. One of my favourite books ever. I really liked the twist at the end, when it turned out that the lovely little old lady, was actually manipulating the master manipulator! love it!

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