The Boy Who Spoke Mosquito

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Duey Pepper doesn't talk much. He doesn't have parents. His only friend is Oliver. Oliver died. The bullies should have left Duey alone after that.
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About Norman Crane

I live in Canada. I write books. I'm also a historian, a wise guy and a cinephile. When I'm not writing, I'm probably reading or trying to cook. Philip Dick, Haruki Murakami and Graham Greene are some of my favourite authors. I enjoy fiction that makes me curious because curiosity makes me creative. I peer under mossy rocks, knock on hollow trees and believe in hidden passageways—not because I have proof of their existence, but because imagining them is itself the reward. I like non-fiction for the same reason. I also like computers, text editors and mechanical keyboards.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Aug. 20, 2013 :
An interesting story, a bit different, but not overwhelmingly original.
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Review by: Ella Wolseley on Aug. 1, 2013 :
This is an interesting short story. It's hard to write about a short story without saying exactly what happens, but I will say the title starts making sense in the middle. I reccommend it to teenagers, people who like creepy stories or anyone who ever wished they could get revenge.
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