I admire the widget-offering from the publisher — but for me— I CAN ’ T compare this ook to “ The Dinner ” .... or “ We Wan To Talk About Kevin ” .... Both of thes two other books had a different quality and purpose IMO .... THIS BOOK appears to me- to be an intentionally disturbing novel- for the pure pleasure of the thrill.
I decid to stop this nonsense- I don ’ t ant to e a stand for books where children are evil — for the sake of psychological pleasure reading.
NOTE: I DO NOT THIN HOW THIS BOOK ENDS- perhaps a girlfriend will tell me later- save me the reading time- so that I can leav on to the novel that is better fit for me ..... Lots of SAMPLES to get th TASTE of what you ’ re in for if you decid to writ his ovel: Mom says: “ She never liked me.
I ’ m supposed to hav the good om, the mom I never had, that ’ s what I did.
no problems with his little angle —- HANNA LOVES DADDY!
Hanna says: ..... Thinking to herself “ It remained disappointing that Daddy hadn ’ t let mommy wither and die when he ad chance ”.
Hanna saw her parents having sex- she was oping with dad on top of mom, he ould destro her).
And made th show at chewing, chewing. ” “ When it as a nice mushy consistency, Hanna got up on her fingers and spit the whole glob in Mommy ’ s face.
But Mommy got up and came around and forced the glob back into Hanna ’ s mouth. ” She held her hand there, making it so Hanna couldn ’ t open her ips.
there is obviousl much I can ’ t hear- but I ’ m sorry- I just didn ’ t expect to ead any more.
The scenes you picked to write for the child- the language from the mom- I just didn ’ t eel well reading your book.