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on Oct. 06, 2012 :
Interesting one, this, because the author is telling the story from a young child's point of view, which is one almighty challenge because it limits the writer severely in terms of vocabulary and metaphors. The author succeeds pretty well in this, although I found it strange that Megan didn't seem to know what blood is, only referring to it as red stuff - surely even the youngest children know blood from falling and scraping their knees?
Overall I don't think I enjoyed this quite as much as the other stories I've read of Ms Morgan's, perhaps in the end the limited vocabulary worked against it, I'm not sure. But it's a good, original idea and a brave piece of writing.
(review of free book)