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Daddys Little Girl

Originaltitel: Daddy's Little Girl Daddy's Little Girl. Bewertung: Note: • Stimmen: • Platz: Land: Australien. Genre: Horror / Thriller. Regie: Chris Sun. Daddy´s Little Girl - Uncut Edition (Blu-ray) - Kostenloser Versand ab 29€. Jetzt bei usbpro.eu bestellen! Übersetzung im Kontext von „Daddy's little girl“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: Daddy's little girl or daddy's little nightmare.

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Daddy's Little Girl ist ein australischer Horror-Thriller aus dem Jahr , der von Chris Sun geschrieben und inszeniert wurde. Darin sind Billi Baker, Michael Thomson, Allira Jaques, Holly Phillips, Rebecca Plint und Sean Gannon zu sehen. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Daddy's Little Girl. Die kleine niedliche Georgia ist das ganze Glück ihres stolzen Vaters. Als sie. Daddy's Little Girl ein Film von Chris Sun mit Billi Baker, Michael Thomson. Inhaltsangabe: Da seine Tochter Georgia (Billi Baker) seit der Scheidung bei seiner. von mehr als Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "daddys little girl". Daddy's Little Girls ist ein US-amerikanisches Filmdrama von Tyler Perry aus dem Jahr Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Kritiken; 3 Hintergrund. Daddy`s little Girl (). Buch/Regie: Chris Sun. Darsteller: Michael Thomson, Allira Jaques, Billi Baker. quer. Vorab muss ich erst einmal erwähnen, dass ich. Daddy's Little Girl: Thriller von Leah Bray/Sean Gannon mit Melinda Dimond/Mirko Grillini/Darrell Plumridge. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray.

Daddys Little Girl

Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Daddy's Little Girl. Die kleine niedliche Georgia ist das ganze Glück ihres stolzen Vaters. Als sie. Daddy's Little Girl: Gremium verweigert Rachefolterfilm die Freigabe ▻ Daddy's Little Girl scheitert ungeschnitten an der FSK ▻ Alles zum. Daddy's Little Girls () on IMDb: Plot summary, synopsis, and more. Film-News Spiele-News. Derek und seine Frau haben sich getrennt, das einzige, was sie noch verbindet, ist die die John Diehl zur gemeinsamen, nun bei der Mutter lebenden Tochter Georgia. Alles in allem bin ich mir selbst noch nicht ganz sicher, ob ich wirklich eine Empfehlung aussprechen soll. Das ist besonders unangenehm, da sämtliche Darsteller in der Originalfassung einen breiten australischen Akzent sprechen, der ohnehin schon nicht leicht zu verstehen ist. Deine Bewertung. Amanda Jane Hinchcliffe. Note: 6,95 34 Stimmen Details. Andererseits klingt Fast Furious 5 deutsche Synchronfassung wieder einmal so, als Harry Meyen sie in der Pause einer Pornosynchro in einer Garage durchgeführt worden und bietet dementsprechend auch keine Madeleine Stowe Alternative. Um Kommentare auf Schnittberichte. Gerade als er den Schicksalsschlag zu akzeptieren beginnt, Bs.To Z Nation er Hinweise auf den Täter.

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Struggle No More [Main Event]. It grabbed me from page one. It kept me reading and deeply enthralled. You never know what to expect. So many books like this are so predictable that it takes away the thrill of the story.

This book was not predictable and was a very well written. It was mysterious, enthralling, and captivating from start to finish This enthralling story is a first person narrative told by Ellie Cavanaugh, the year-old survivor to a murder that devastated her family when she was only 7.

She is now an investigative reporter, and has twice gone to the parole board to fight the parole of the man convicted of the brutal murder of her big sister Andrea.

For 23 years, she had been convinced her sister's murderer was in prison, but now he, and his extremely wealthy family, are fighting to prove her wrong.

This story twists as E This enthralling story is a first person narrative told by Ellie Cavanaugh, the year-old survivor to a murder that devastated her family when she was only 7.

This story twists as Ellie researches the murder, with several episodes along the way that could have turned out much nastier. The episodes only convince her that her research is bearing fruit, and it comes to a powerful conclusion.

There was only one area that was never cleared up for me, but it would probably have been a dangling teaser regardless. There is a ripple effect that takes a toll on everyone.

The story is interesting from the start yet it is not the fastest moving book I have ever read. Whilst events are moving forward throughout I felt as though there was no real action.

It was almost an account of things passing by which compared to other books in this genre was really disappointed.

Overall, I really did expect much more action than I was given. The story follows Ellie years after her sister, Andrea, was killed as she deals with the release of the man who killed Andrea.

Honestly, there could have been many larger twists involved in the story. Putting it simply, it was too predictable for me to be able to put this book in the same category as some of my other reads.

Having read this book I then went on to read more books by the author. As a whole they are good quick reads yet none of them — or at least, none of the ones I have read — are the truly gripping reads that I was hoping for.

Jan 11, Martha rated it really liked it Shelves: own-books. Because my memory was so positive I put down a 5-star when I first came on GoodReads.

So, the positive is: it was like reading a new book. This I liked. Loss of memory? Surely hope not. Now, what I did not like: Parts of this book are intermingled with trite and hackneyed pieces.

Very small amounts thank goodness. What I liked - it was a page turner! No doubt about it. Mary Higgins Clark had me guessing one way and then another, but I never foresaw what really happened.

She did not disappoint with the main theme. Great suspense! I gave this a five-star from my past memory, but this time I am giving it a 4-star.

Would recommend for a suspenseful quick read! Jan 04, Paula rated it really liked it. Ellie finds her 15 year old sister dead in a garage.

She knows it was Rob Westerfield, a boy from a prominent family who did it. She tells what she knows at the trial and he is sentenced to 23 years.

Now 23 years later, he is up for parole and Ellie wants to stop it. Very good read. View 2 comments. Apr 04, Erica T rated it really liked it Shelves: eaters-readers-bookclub.

I always love Mary Higgins Clark. Great mysteries without being gory or scary. This one was a little more predictable for me than most of the others.

Still a good read. Jul 06, Lee rated it liked it Shelves: american-authors , mystery , horror-thriller , cosy-mystery , cheap.

I unashamedly love MHC. Her books are very easy to read and play out almost like a movie in my mind. It felt really rushed, as if she didn't know how to finish, or was too tired to go on.

In fact, the book ends with a summary shudder explaining how the loose ends were tied up a little too neatly. The other thing I didn't like about the book was its multitude of unnecessary characters.

There were quite a few who were introduced and had scenes for no apparent reason. I've shelved this book 'cosy mystery' despite its 'thriller' tag.

The writing is not what I'd class as 'edgy' or 'out-of-the-box', and the clues to solving the mystery are not particularly deep or cryptic, giving it that 'cosy' feel.

The crime is awful, and could make you feel uncomfortable, I guess, but I didn't find it graphic or gory. The main character updates a 'website' regularly, and these scenes seem clunky and old-fashioned already it was published in Overall, I did enjoy this, and it did get me in the mood for more MHC.

View all 3 comments. Yet another good mystery. I am not a reader who necessarily expects a book that is unpredictable. Sometimes books that are predictable are just as thrilling.

I have enjoyed all of Mary Higgins Clark's works that I have ever read. This book had enormous meaning other then being a mystery, for Ellie she thought she knew her father and his feelings and after time she found out she was wrong.

They worked out their differences and became a family again. She was able to obtain a new job, brought the t Yet another good mystery.

Great book! Jul 08, Rhiannon rated it liked it. All around, I enjoyed reading Daddy's Little Girl.

I liked the simple way it was written and so it was easy to visualize the events. The only thing I wasn't crazy about was the main character, Ellie.

I found her to be obsessive and frankly just plain rude and careless at parts. But other than that, the book itself was quite good.

Oct 12, Audrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery-and-suspense. Ellie was seven years old when her older sister Andrea was murdered.

Now 23 years later her killer is up for parole and Ellie is determined that he stays in jail where he belongs. Rob Westerfield has always insisted that he was innocent of the murder but Ellie is set to prove him wrong.

She puts up a website with the evidence that she uncovers which puts her own life in danger. Feb 02, Ceci rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone who loves suspence and has the time to read this book through until the end without stopping.

Recommended to Ceci by: I have been looking around for her book since my Dad or Mom sh. Once again, Mary Higgins Clark has drawn my attention to her books and the world she writes about.

A very descriptive story, she again proves why she is the "Queen of Suspence". A very thrilling story that keeps you hooked and wanting more.

Nov 05, Ariel rated it it was ok Shelves: bookclub. I wanted to like this book, but the ending was too predictable.

Overall, the story was lacking in suspense unless you were wondering what the protagonist's elaborate next meal was going to be.

Spoiler: she usually went with the soup. To call it a mystery would be incorrect. To call it a thriller would only be partially true.

To call it an investigative crime novel with no mystery and little thrill would be accurate enough, so we'll call it that. This is a story about eight year old Ellie Cavanaugh who discovers her fifteen year old sister Andrea's body in a garage, her head bashed in.

Ellie testifies against Andrea's boyfriend Robson Westerfield in court that puts him in jail. Twenty-two years later, he's on parole, about to To call it a mystery would be incorrect.

Twenty-two years later, he's on parole, about to be released. Now a thirty year old investigative reporter, Ellie decides to go back to her old hometown and ensure he does not get released.

But homecoming for Ellie is not going to be welcoming. Soon she realizes someone out there is trying very hard to make sure Ellie never publics her findings.

And that someone will do anything to seal her lips. The synopsis never hinted there was going to be a sudden plot twist. I expected it. It's on me.

I cannot blame the author for it but I couldn't help be a little disappointed that the story did not offer anything more.

Anyhow, I enjoyed the book overall nevertheless. I kept reading it without thinking it was boring or dull. I enjoyed Ellie Cavanaugh's quest for ensuring her sister's killer never saw the light of day ever again.

There were minor twists, one pretty gory too which was icing on the cake for me. The story ended well, I got the climax I wanted except for one important detail that was never revisited.

I wonder if Mary Higgins Clarke forgot to address it or decided to leave it to the reader's imagination, insinuating that we sometimes never get definite answers.

Title: okay, what pulled me to the book in the first place was the title. I admit I liked the creepy quality to it. But after reading the book the title seems misleading.

Still creepy, but in a very different way. Disturbingly different. Once again I wonder, was this planned by the author to throw the readers off or is the title innocent and I need to tone my mind down a little.

View 1 comment. Mar 03, Jackie rated it really liked it. Not my usual pick of genre, but it was a fun change of pace.

A suspenseful quick read. Excellent - intrigue, mystery, love, family, friends. Everything you could want in a novel.

With Jeff. Mary Higgins Clark is a phenomenal author who was born December 24, and she is now 83 years old. She studied at Fordham university and has won many awards for her books.

This novel is one of my favourites of Mary's collection. It is an amazing thriller that has so much suspense.

Whenever I pick up this book I know I will be up for a long night of reading because this book is impossible to put d 'Daddy's Little Girl' by Mary Higgins Clark is a fabulous story filled with mystery and suspense.

Whenever I pick up this book I know I will be up for a long night of reading because this book is impossible to put down.

I just had to keep reading to find out what was going to happen next. The end of each chapter was always a cliff hanger. When I opened this book for the first time I had no idea where the story was going to lead to.

This story has left me with a new mind, a new opinion and the craving for another one of these books. In my opinion this book is aimed for teenagers and adults.

My mum and I have both read and loved this book. I could see that if a child were to read this book they might get quite confused and have trouble following the story and the characters.

The main character, Ellie, takes the audience on a fearful and surprising journey where each event is a shock. I read along as Ellie fought to get the murderer of her sister back in jail.

Each page was filled with suspense and I was nervous as Ellie put herself in serious danger and faced many near death experiences. Losing all of her family at a young age has put her in a tough position.

She was young and confused but as the story progresses she finds her true family once again. Ellie always felt blamed for the death of her sister and then the cause for her family to fall apart.

After Ellie's sister Andrea dies, her happy and cheerful parents have never been the same. Her mother eventually died of a broken heart after splitting up with Ellie's dad.

Ellie and her father never kept in touch but something or someone seemed to bring them back together as Ellie investigated evidence of Rob Westerfeild, the boyfriend and murderer of Andrea.

Rob Westerfeild was doing all that he could to get rid of Ellie and prove that what he said was true. What Ellie didn't know but soon found out was that the murder of Ellie was not his only crime.

This novel is a mystery and thriller with themes of murder, love, family, suffering, tragedy, death and loss. The themes of love and family are portrayed well throughout this story.

They relate to the the extreme care and admiration Ellie had for her sister and her parents. Loss is related to her losing her sister, her mother, her father and in some way a part of herself.

It was a very depressing and tragic time for Ellie and her parents' life when they experienced the loss of Andrea. This event traumatised Ellie and she could never forget it.

Ellie is a very brave character who shows a lot of independence. She was a trustworthy person and showed great love and compassion for her family.

The antagonist in the story was Rob Westerfeild. He was a very horrible person and his character shows a lot of bad qualities.

He was a liar and a murderer who showed a different type of character to those around him. He wanted to be able to get away with his terrible crimes and still have people see him as an innocent person.

Mary Higgins Clark wrote this story very well and went into great depth to give the readers a really good idea of the characters and themes.

It gives a good setting for us to imagine everything that she describes clearly. It is written in first person and is read from Ellie's point of view.

This way I was truly able to understand and learn all of Ellie's thoughts about her personality, fears and loves. I seriously recommend this book to other teens and adults as it is an interesting yet quick read.

It is not too easy to read but it is not too difficult either. A truly amazing story that is action packed and mysterious.

Even so, it was still able to send a message. Life is short, so don't waste it. Family comes first, protect them like they would protect you.

Sep 22, Julie Hodgson rated it it was amazing. Read this while in my new book shop, which of course is full of books..

Was intrigued with Ellie and her journey to find justice for the brutal murder of her sister. I do love MHC books. A friend of mine recommended this book.

It had a synopsis that sounded interesting: The heroine, Ellie, was only 7 years old when she discovered the dead body of her year-old sister.

There was a handful of suspects, one of whom was convicted and imprisoned despite his steadfast denial of guilt. New evidences were unearthed Sounds interesting, yeah?

It was mind-numbingly du A friend of mine recommended this book. It was mind-numbingly dull. It was disjointed and awkward to read. Aka the biggest problem I have with this book.

For example, excessive usage of the word Ellie. She's not a snitch. Ellie was sure that last night Andrea had left Joan's house early because she was planning to meet Rob Westerfield.

Ellie had heard her when she talked to him on the phone [ Daddy was standing at the stove. He was holding a cup of coffee.

Saint Ignatius of Loyola said, "Give us the child until he is seven years old, and I will show you the man. I stood there, quiet as a mouse, watching the father I worshiped , sobbing and hugging my dead sister's picture against his chest, while the fragile sounds from that music box drifted around him.

I look back and wonder if it ever occurred to me to run to him, throw my arms around him, absorb his grief and let his mingle with mine.

But the fact is, even then I understood that his grief was unique and that no matter what I did, I could never really ease his pain.

It is so mundane. And let me repeat this part: she finished the cornflakes and juice.

Schnittberichte, News (z.B. Uncut-DVDs & Blu-rays) und Reviews zu Daddy's Little Girl - Die Rache ist Mein (OT: Daddy's Little Girl | Australien, | Horror. Daddy's Little Girl: Gremium verweigert Rachefolterfilm die Freigabe ▻ Daddy's Little Girl scheitert ungeschnitten an der FSK ▻ Alles zum. Originaltitel: Daddy's Little Girl Daddy's Little Girl. Bewertung: Note: • Stimmen: • Platz: Land: Australien. Genre: Horror / Thriller. Regie: Chris Sun. Übersetzung im Kontext von „Daddy's little girl“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: Daddy's little girl or daddy's little nightmare. Daddy's Little Girl ist ein australischer Horror-Thriller aus dem Jahr , der von Chris Sun geschrieben und inszeniert wurde. Darin sind Billi Baker, Michael Thomson, Allira Jaques, Holly Phillips, Rebecca Plint und Sean Gannon zu sehen. Daddys Little Girl

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Honestly, there could have been many larger twists involved in the story. Putting it simply, it was too predictable for me to be able to put this book in the same category as some of my other reads.

Having read this book I then went on to read more books by the author. As a whole they are good quick reads yet none of them — or at least, none of the ones I have read — are the truly gripping reads that I was hoping for.

Jan 11, Martha rated it really liked it Shelves: own-books. Because my memory was so positive I put down a 5-star when I first came on GoodReads.

So, the positive is: it was like reading a new book. This I liked. Loss of memory? Surely hope not. Now, what I did not like: Parts of this book are intermingled with trite and hackneyed pieces.

Very small amounts thank goodness. What I liked - it was a page turner! No doubt about it. Mary Higgins Clark had me guessing one way and then another, but I never foresaw what really happened.

She did not disappoint with the main theme. Great suspense! I gave this a five-star from my past memory, but this time I am giving it a 4-star.

Would recommend for a suspenseful quick read! Jan 04, Paula rated it really liked it. Ellie finds her 15 year old sister dead in a garage.

She knows it was Rob Westerfield, a boy from a prominent family who did it. She tells what she knows at the trial and he is sentenced to 23 years.

Now 23 years later, he is up for parole and Ellie wants to stop it. Very good read. View 2 comments. Apr 04, Erica T rated it really liked it Shelves: eaters-readers-bookclub.

I always love Mary Higgins Clark. Great mysteries without being gory or scary. This one was a little more predictable for me than most of the others.

Still a good read. Jul 06, Lee rated it liked it Shelves: american-authors , mystery , horror-thriller , cosy-mystery , cheap. I unashamedly love MHC.

Her books are very easy to read and play out almost like a movie in my mind. It felt really rushed, as if she didn't know how to finish, or was too tired to go on.

In fact, the book ends with a summary shudder explaining how the loose ends were tied up a little too neatly. The other thing I didn't like about the book was its multitude of unnecessary characters.

There were quite a few who were introduced and had scenes for no apparent reason. I've shelved this book 'cosy mystery' despite its 'thriller' tag.

The writing is not what I'd class as 'edgy' or 'out-of-the-box', and the clues to solving the mystery are not particularly deep or cryptic, giving it that 'cosy' feel.

The crime is awful, and could make you feel uncomfortable, I guess, but I didn't find it graphic or gory. The main character updates a 'website' regularly, and these scenes seem clunky and old-fashioned already it was published in Overall, I did enjoy this, and it did get me in the mood for more MHC.

View all 3 comments. Yet another good mystery. I am not a reader who necessarily expects a book that is unpredictable.

Sometimes books that are predictable are just as thrilling. I have enjoyed all of Mary Higgins Clark's works that I have ever read.

This book had enormous meaning other then being a mystery, for Ellie she thought she knew her father and his feelings and after time she found out she was wrong.

They worked out their differences and became a family again. She was able to obtain a new job, brought the t Yet another good mystery.

Great book! Jul 08, Rhiannon rated it liked it. All around, I enjoyed reading Daddy's Little Girl. I liked the simple way it was written and so it was easy to visualize the events.

The only thing I wasn't crazy about was the main character, Ellie. I found her to be obsessive and frankly just plain rude and careless at parts.

But other than that, the book itself was quite good. Oct 12, Audrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery-and-suspense. Ellie was seven years old when her older sister Andrea was murdered.

Now 23 years later her killer is up for parole and Ellie is determined that he stays in jail where he belongs.

Rob Westerfield has always insisted that he was innocent of the murder but Ellie is set to prove him wrong.

She puts up a website with the evidence that she uncovers which puts her own life in danger. Feb 02, Ceci rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone who loves suspence and has the time to read this book through until the end without stopping.

Recommended to Ceci by: I have been looking around for her book since my Dad or Mom sh. Once again, Mary Higgins Clark has drawn my attention to her books and the world she writes about.

A very descriptive story, she again proves why she is the "Queen of Suspence". A very thrilling story that keeps you hooked and wanting more.

Nov 05, Ariel rated it it was ok Shelves: bookclub. I wanted to like this book, but the ending was too predictable. Overall, the story was lacking in suspense unless you were wondering what the protagonist's elaborate next meal was going to be.

Spoiler: she usually went with the soup. To call it a mystery would be incorrect. To call it a thriller would only be partially true.

To call it an investigative crime novel with no mystery and little thrill would be accurate enough, so we'll call it that. This is a story about eight year old Ellie Cavanaugh who discovers her fifteen year old sister Andrea's body in a garage, her head bashed in.

Ellie testifies against Andrea's boyfriend Robson Westerfield in court that puts him in jail. Twenty-two years later, he's on parole, about to To call it a mystery would be incorrect.

Twenty-two years later, he's on parole, about to be released. Now a thirty year old investigative reporter, Ellie decides to go back to her old hometown and ensure he does not get released.

But homecoming for Ellie is not going to be welcoming. Soon she realizes someone out there is trying very hard to make sure Ellie never publics her findings.

And that someone will do anything to seal her lips. The synopsis never hinted there was going to be a sudden plot twist. I expected it.

It's on me. I cannot blame the author for it but I couldn't help be a little disappointed that the story did not offer anything more.

Anyhow, I enjoyed the book overall nevertheless. I kept reading it without thinking it was boring or dull. I enjoyed Ellie Cavanaugh's quest for ensuring her sister's killer never saw the light of day ever again.

There were minor twists, one pretty gory too which was icing on the cake for me. The story ended well, I got the climax I wanted except for one important detail that was never revisited.

I wonder if Mary Higgins Clarke forgot to address it or decided to leave it to the reader's imagination, insinuating that we sometimes never get definite answers.

Title: okay, what pulled me to the book in the first place was the title. I admit I liked the creepy quality to it. But after reading the book the title seems misleading.

Still creepy, but in a very different way. Disturbingly different. Once again I wonder, was this planned by the author to throw the readers off or is the title innocent and I need to tone my mind down a little.

View 1 comment. Mar 03, Jackie rated it really liked it. Not my usual pick of genre, but it was a fun change of pace. A suspenseful quick read.

Excellent - intrigue, mystery, love, family, friends. Everything you could want in a novel. With Jeff. Mary Higgins Clark is a phenomenal author who was born December 24, and she is now 83 years old.

She studied at Fordham university and has won many awards for her books. This novel is one of my favourites of Mary's collection.

It is an amazing thriller that has so much suspense. Whenever I pick up this book I know I will be up for a long night of reading because this book is impossible to put d 'Daddy's Little Girl' by Mary Higgins Clark is a fabulous story filled with mystery and suspense.

Whenever I pick up this book I know I will be up for a long night of reading because this book is impossible to put down.

I just had to keep reading to find out what was going to happen next. The end of each chapter was always a cliff hanger. When I opened this book for the first time I had no idea where the story was going to lead to.

This story has left me with a new mind, a new opinion and the craving for another one of these books. In my opinion this book is aimed for teenagers and adults.

My mum and I have both read and loved this book. I could see that if a child were to read this book they might get quite confused and have trouble following the story and the characters.

The main character, Ellie, takes the audience on a fearful and surprising journey where each event is a shock. I read along as Ellie fought to get the murderer of her sister back in jail.

Each page was filled with suspense and I was nervous as Ellie put herself in serious danger and faced many near death experiences.

Losing all of her family at a young age has put her in a tough position. She was young and confused but as the story progresses she finds her true family once again.

Ellie always felt blamed for the death of her sister and then the cause for her family to fall apart. After Ellie's sister Andrea dies, her happy and cheerful parents have never been the same.

Her mother eventually died of a broken heart after splitting up with Ellie's dad. Ellie and her father never kept in touch but something or someone seemed to bring them back together as Ellie investigated evidence of Rob Westerfeild, the boyfriend and murderer of Andrea.

Rob Westerfeild was doing all that he could to get rid of Ellie and prove that what he said was true. What Ellie didn't know but soon found out was that the murder of Ellie was not his only crime.

This novel is a mystery and thriller with themes of murder, love, family, suffering, tragedy, death and loss. The themes of love and family are portrayed well throughout this story.

They relate to the the extreme care and admiration Ellie had for her sister and her parents. Loss is related to her losing her sister, her mother, her father and in some way a part of herself.

It was a very depressing and tragic time for Ellie and her parents' life when they experienced the loss of Andrea. This event traumatised Ellie and she could never forget it.

Ellie is a very brave character who shows a lot of independence. She was a trustworthy person and showed great love and compassion for her family.

The antagonist in the story was Rob Westerfeild. He was a very horrible person and his character shows a lot of bad qualities.

He was a liar and a murderer who showed a different type of character to those around him. He wanted to be able to get away with his terrible crimes and still have people see him as an innocent person.

Mary Higgins Clark wrote this story very well and went into great depth to give the readers a really good idea of the characters and themes.

It gives a good setting for us to imagine everything that she describes clearly. It is written in first person and is read from Ellie's point of view.

This way I was truly able to understand and learn all of Ellie's thoughts about her personality, fears and loves.

I seriously recommend this book to other teens and adults as it is an interesting yet quick read. It is not too easy to read but it is not too difficult either.

A truly amazing story that is action packed and mysterious. Even so, it was still able to send a message. Life is short, so don't waste it.

Family comes first, protect them like they would protect you. Sep 22, Julie Hodgson rated it it was amazing. Read this while in my new book shop, which of course is full of books..

Was intrigued with Ellie and her journey to find justice for the brutal murder of her sister. I do love MHC books. A friend of mine recommended this book.

It had a synopsis that sounded interesting: The heroine, Ellie, was only 7 years old when she discovered the dead body of her year-old sister.

There was a handful of suspects, one of whom was convicted and imprisoned despite his steadfast denial of guilt. New evidences were unearthed Sounds interesting, yeah?

It was mind-numbingly du A friend of mine recommended this book. It was mind-numbingly dull. It was disjointed and awkward to read.

Aka the biggest problem I have with this book. For example, excessive usage of the word Ellie. She's not a snitch. Ellie was sure that last night Andrea had left Joan's house early because she was planning to meet Rob Westerfield.

Ellie had heard her when she talked to him on the phone [ Daddy was standing at the stove. He was holding a cup of coffee. Saint Ignatius of Loyola said, "Give us the child until he is seven years old, and I will show you the man.

I stood there, quiet as a mouse, watching the father I worshiped , sobbing and hugging my dead sister's picture against his chest, while the fragile sounds from that music box drifted around him.

I look back and wonder if it ever occurred to me to run to him, throw my arms around him, absorb his grief and let his mingle with mine.

But the fact is, even then I understood that his grief was unique and that no matter what I did, I could never really ease his pain. It is so mundane.

And let me repeat this part: she finished the cornflakes and juice. Mommy was crying again Save my soul. The whole book is full of paragraphs that are kindred spirits to this one above.

The Plot You know those books that you find difficult to read because the writing is so monotonous and grating on the nerves, and the plot not brilliant enough to make up for it?

Yup this is one of those. There were a few things that I did not like about this novel, however I did appreciate the nuances within the plot, all those little details that suddenly came together were masterful.

So here I go with the negatives: Ellie was far too dismissive, short-sighted and judgemental for me to champion at all. Throughout the whole novel she believed that Rob was the killer and regardless of any other views or opinions, she just would not budge.

I didn't really like that, I wanted her to be flawed and There were a few things that I did not like about this novel, however I did appreciate the nuances within the plot, all those little details that suddenly came together were masterful.

I didn't really like that, I wanted her to be flawed and to second-guess or to be brave enough to admit that she might have been wrong.

Maybe she did get close to him and then BAM. Moreso, because of this tunnel-vision none of the supposed horrifying facts were that horrifying, because we were half expecting them based on our narrator's opinions.

Nothing was a big surprise or a twist, everything panned out as she had said from the beginning.

Other 'big' events such as the fire were just so lacking in tension, she is near to dying - oh no! Hilmer only to turn on them once they gave an opinion that did not match her own.

I just felt that she wasn't a very nice person, and because this novel was so plot driven, we never got to see a more relaxed and personal side to Ellie to contradict this view.

Even in her segments with Pete it was all business and 'straight-talking' and no personality or romance. Aug 09, Monica Chin rated it it was amazing Shelves: summer-read-books This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. I had never heard of the movie prior to finding it. So I decided to give it a go. The movie started out fairly slow paced and rather mundane.

Actually to the point where I was about to call it quits and give up on the movie. But I decided to stick with it, since I had found it after all. I am glad that I did, because this movie took such a drastic turn from being a mundane slow paced snoozefest to becoming the most gut wrenching movies that I have ever seen.

Once the movie picked up pace it became absolutely gruesome, ghastly and grotesque. This was definitely a change of pace and events that sat well with me.

And despite many of the scenes had me literally squirming and going "uuuhhhh", then it was something that was morbidly fascinating.

The sheer level of realism they put into the scenes made it so entertaining - yeah, a weird thing to say, I know - but it just worked so very well in favor of the movie.

The amount of vicious gore and brutal mayhem that suddenly was introduced might be appalling to some and this is certainly not a movie suitable for everyone in the audience.

I like movies that are visceral, and I must admit that "Daddy's Little Girl" was definitely the most brutal movie I have seen.

It puts movies like "Saw" to shame in an instant. Which is a shame, because it deserves such a bigger audience. The cast in the movie was good.

I like watching movies with acting performers that I have never seen before. And I will say that the ones performing in this movie were doing good jobs.

If you haven't already seen "Daddy's Little Girl" and if you get the chance to do so. You must jump at the chance, because this movie is really quite well worth watching, and investing time and money in.

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