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review koh tabu 107 ´ No parents No rules No way homeFourteen year old Bonnie MacDonald couldn't be excited for a camping trip on an island off the coast of Thailand with her fellow Amelia Earhart Cadets the daughters of the men and women stationed there during the Vietnam War But when a strong current deposits the girls on what their boatman calls the forbidden island tS What once seemed like a vacation in paradise has become a battle against the elementsPeppered with short frantic entries from Bonnie's journal Lost Girls is a page turning heart pounding adventure story about a group of teen girls fighting for their liv. Lost girls is a classic survival story of a girl scout named Bonnie and her peers with a cheerless counselor becomes stranded in a forbidden island off the coast of Thailand when set foot on the island it almost feels like paradise but when night fall comes a tropical storm slams the island and wrecks all their supplies and kills one girl despite the storm throughout the story they are forced to work with others and overcome all troubles they facemostly the story was page turning but I didn't really like all the perils throughout the story and how they are stranded for weeks with that little amount of supplies I was also upset at the counselor weighing on some girls with her bad decisions to take drugs But i also learned some tips and facts on surviving on an island and of course to always be prepared and to have enough items to sustain a whole trip on an island In total I personally enjoyed the book and if you like compelling and interesting story go for itThe characters were well built and the story line is amazing I would definitely recommend it to my peers and people that enjoy survival story's

Ann Kelley ¼ 7 review

No parents No rules No way homeFourteen year old Bonnie MacDonald couldn't be excited for a camping trip on an island off the coast of Thailand with her fellow Amelia Earhart Cadets the daughters of the men and women stationed there during the Vietnam War. okay a book in which a group of girls get stranded on a forbidden island in the thai archipelago with no real supplies or survival know how and must fend for themselves and deal with the stresses of conflicting personalities and heat wildlife lack of food and other perils lord of the flies with lady parts oh sign me up right nowand yet this one didn't do it for me not as much as i had hoped before i read beauty ueens i thought that was what that book would be like it turned out to be a completely different kind of book and i loved the life out of it and this one is along the lines of what i was hoping for from b and yet i am still unsatisfiedthere are some good things i am always grateful when a book like this aimed at a younger audience doesn't shy away from the horrific realities that would actually confront young girls stranded on an island injuries death chiggers odor the necessity of latrines menstruationit was good to see that those details were not overlooked or prettified and there were some characters with know how so there were kind of a lot of facts dropped sometimes clumsily into conversation about jungle survival and how to test for edible plants although any edibility test that ends with step nine wait five hours without eating anything else and if you aren't sick or dying it's edible worries me i do not like that if i thought the first 8 very cautious and sensible steps would prevent me from dying notheir ostensible adult is a scottish woman they all admire because she is so gorgeous and glamorous but gorgeous and glamorous do not go very far in the wilderness especially when gg is working through her own personal problems and finds it easier to take solace in smuggled whiskey and hallucinogenic plants so the girls are on their own and they are mostly no good at survivaltwo of them band together with gg and spend their time putting on makeup and doing their hair and getting wasted one girl is dead one is injured one has lost her glasses pppiiiiggggyyyy one of them just can't stop with the science facts one is super strong but meek and our narrator can't seem to rally everyone together and comes across as bossy and ineffectual to the other girls then there are the younger girls okay i know this takes place during the vietnam war so it is a different time and maybe i am just accustomed to reading about modern day kids but there is a ten year old girl in this with an imaginary friend who clings to her teddy bear and is unaware that view spoilersanta claus hide spoiler

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koh tabuBut when a strong current deposits the girls on what their boatman calls the forbidden island things take a turn for the worse A powerful storm comes to destroy their campsite the smallest of the junior cadets is found dead and their boatman never return. Lost Girls was a great book yes but all their fails to be saved kind of got old