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"Dance Sisters by New Zealander Alan Clay, had me hooked from the first explosive page. A female song and dance trio threatens to self-destruct on the brink of fame, when its leader becomes involved with a manipulative cult, touting sex, astrology and virtual dreaming. What a refreshing read!" 

Dance SistersDance Sisters, e-book download in Microsoft Reader format

Dance Sisters is available in paperback through on-line stores like amazon.com. On these links you can read chapter one of Dance Sisters, and check out the reviews .

Sydney Beat Magazine said: "Alan Clay has created a world so real, that it seems only a matter of time before a similar cult looks set to spring upon us. It's convincing character portrayal and sharp analysis give a special insight to the (friendships) and his quirky style adds to the richness of the text. Provoking emotions throughout, Clay has crafted a true gem, that is a wonderful event to experience."

Dance Sisters eBook Release
Dance Sisters has just been released as an eBook for the Kobo reader and the eBook can be purchased in New Zealand through Whitcoulls or in Australia through Borders or Angus & Robertson. It is also available for the Apple iPad through the iBooks app at iTunes. (eBook ISBN: 9780957884465)

Film Adaptation
Dance Sisters has recently been released as a feature film, Butterfly Crush, which was written and directed by Alan Clay and stars Courtney Hale, Hayley Fielding, Amelia Shankley, Richard Adams and Sally Kelleher. The Butterfly Crush DVD has recently been released in New Zealand and you can find information at www.butterflycrush.net.

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Last updated 31 October 2013