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Anni Taylor

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Born
Sydney, Australia
Member Since
March 2017


Also writes as Anya Allyn

Average rating: 4.1 · 14,240 ratings · 1,084 reviews · 4 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Game You Played

4.13 avg rating — 7,304 ratings — published 2016 — 4 editions
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The Six

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Stranger in the Woods

4.20 avg rating — 2,261 ratings2 editions
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Poison Orchids

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4.02 avg rating — 1,441 ratings — published 2019 — 6 editions
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Poison Orchids by Sarah A. Denzil
"A dark, confronting psychological thriller. Lots of twists and turns with multifaceted characters, many of who were difficult to like. "
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"Wow, that was so good! Loved that it was set in outback Australia. I couldn't get enough of the story. Great characters and brilliant story "
Poison Orchids by Sarah A. Denzil
"Thrilling

I love how you really get to know the characters and feel for them. The ending wasn't what I expected but very good."
Poison Orchids by Sarah A. Denzil
"Wild Ride

This book had some crazy twists and let me say I was left reeling with that ending. I wish for a second book but if not I could make up my own conclusions. If you like "dark compelling psychological thrillers" highly recommend it." Read more of this review »
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“For a moment, she thought she was crying too. But then she realised she was just humming.
Finally, she could hear the farm.
A snippet of a song played in her head. One of the songs she always heard blasting over the farm’s loudspeakers. A song about summer days under the sun. She could really hear it. She could feel the warm, sultry air on her skin, and she wasn’t cold anymore.
The air was always yellow at the farm.
Golden yellow.”
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“Everything at the party seemed to slide and smudge together. The driving beat of the music, people dancing, and the constantly changing light show of the pool. Body heat, sweat and perfume, and the sweet smell of mangoes saturated the air. Everyone who was wading in the in-ground pool—which stretched from indoors into the outdoors—was being baptised in the intoxicating elixir that was Tate’s farm.”
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“Sometimes it seemed like I was the one expected to soldier on while everyone else had a licence to fall apart.”
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“Sometimes, bad things happen in families and everyone rushes to cover it up. You know how it is. They just keep patching up the broken bucket, so it can keep carrying water.”
Anni Taylor, Stranger in the Woods

“Life was a series of missed chances. You thought your life consisted of options, but it didn’t. There were only ever chances, and you had to grab them while they lasted.”
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“She let the petals drop through her fingers. “People romanticise stars. They’re just hot-as-hell suns. Not centaurs. Not twinkling little jewels to wish upon. Just suns.”
Anni Taylor, Poison Orchids

“Everything at the party seemed to slide and smudge together. The driving beat of the music, people dancing, and the constantly changing light show of the pool. Body heat, sweat and perfume, and the sweet smell of mangoes saturated the air. Everyone who was wading in the in-ground pool—which stretched from indoors into the outdoors—was being baptised in the intoxicating elixir that was Tate’s farm.”
Anni Taylor, Poison Orchids

“For a moment, she thought she was crying too. But then she realised she was just humming.
Finally, she could hear the farm.
A snippet of a song played in her head. One of the songs she always heard blasting over the farm’s loudspeakers. A song about summer days under the sun. She could really hear it. She could feel the warm, sultry air on her skin, and she wasn’t cold anymore.
The air was always yellow at the farm.
Golden yellow.”
Anni Taylor, Poison Orchids




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