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    In which I healed

    One of the best books I’ve read in a long time. It doesn’t matter that I’m reading a children’s book and am 40years old. This book healed me. And awoke the child in me again. The one with superpowers that didn’t quite know it. I see her again. Read it and you’ll know what I mean.
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    The Girl Who Drank The Moon

    When reading this book I did not like it and first but when getting deeper in to the story I felt like being in the story. It was an amazing story
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    Good

    It is quite confusing at the start but the story gets better as the book progresses.
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    Ok? (3-4 star rating)

    A strange book of emotions. It had a changing writing style, sometimes poems, riddles, thoughts, visions. Each character expressed a different feeling , eg. the madwoman was deep wise and mad. A fasinating read but i feel as if the ending was too predictable and a bit of a let-down.
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