The Girl With Crooked Fangs

Rated 4.67/5 based on 6 reviews
"So,  do  you think people can change?" Mandy asked. "I don't just mean John. I mean everyone. If someone has a compulsion, something that they struggle to resist, do you think they can ever overcome it for long?"

This story is as a result of a debate I once had with my roommate and a couple of friends, on “why men cheat,” and “why women kill.” More
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About Andre' Mwansa

Born, August 28 1997

An avid reader. Lives in Lusaka, Zambia. Love cats and writes short stories from time to time. You can contact him at

Andre', writes for pleasure. His and yours.

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Nicci Harris reviewed on April 30, 2020

Just start it. Trust me you'll soon finish it. The dialogue is realistic. The characters have depth, and the book poses some interesting questions. This book is heavy in dialogue, but the character's voices are very revealing which is why you just can't put it down. Mwansa has a beautiful, simple and yet purposeful writing style. TGWCF definitely has a creep factor. I'm still thinking about The Girl With Crooked Fangs today.
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Angela Hope reviewed on April 17, 2020

Wow. A brilliant well told story. I highly recommend this book.
It deserves a 5 star rating. Some people can change their spots but addiction would be harder to deal with.
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N. K. Aning reviewed on April 7, 2020

Wow. The ending was unexpected but done well. Can anyone really change? I guess that's up to us individually. Did John truly change, you've got to read the book to find out.
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Doctor Caronte 6 reviewed on March 30, 2020

Fun and creepy.
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James Hold reviewed on March 17, 2020

Weird little tale; part 3 takes an unexpected turn.
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Suzy Stewart Dubot reviewed on March 17, 2020

This story touches on an interesting question of whether one can change one's innate character or not. It was well written and kept my interest to the end. There was the doubt/hope that all would go well right up til the end. You need to read this to find out...
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