Richard Kerr was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland at the end of 60s when the conflict began. He left for London 25 years later just in time for peace to break out. Despite this the 70s were a happy time and childhood was a place where everything was possible and school holidays were never long enough.
on July 30, 2012 :
I really liked this version. I could sympathize with the protagonist (although I pitied her occasionally). Her problems were interesting and believable. Even though most people will expect the girl to find a wolf at the end, the author still gave the reader a surprise. My only suggestion would be to make the girl's "condition" just a little clearer from the beginning.
(review of free book)