I Shouldn't Be Alive

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Short story for ages 10+ A terrifying story of a close call between man and pig.
Told in the hunter’s lore and language.
‘This is it. My time to die,’ blasted through my mind.

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About Marion Day

Marion lives in the outer Marlborough Sounds in New Zealand. She considers the remoteness of Manaroa and its natural beauty, sea against mountains, a great place to live as an author. Writing now for seven years, she has four printed published books, her latest a biography published by Halcyon Press NZ - Injun Joe: The Legend of Smoking Joe Collins, a NZ best-seller. Marion has had children’s stories selected for New Zealand anthologies, and was short-listed in the Joy Cowley Awards 2011. Amongst other Awards, she won the New Zealand Rural Women’s short story competition Women of the Land, the book titled after her winning story, Ragwort and Thistles. In early 2015 Marion won the New Zealand Rural Women’s/Ministry of Primary Industries farming stories competition. Marion now has a number of eBooks published in Smashwords, Amazon Kindle and Wheelers, (NZ National and School Library supplier) At present she is writing her first novel for young adults, due for release in 2016.

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Review by: Valerie on May 31, 2015 :
I SHOULDN’T BE ALIVE - Boar Attack

I found this awesome. I know nothing about hunting but have gained a new respect for anyone brave enough to take on a live bore, an animal I have never seen -– and never want to see. Marion does a superb job bringing her stories to life and takes the reader on a wild and frightening journey.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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