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The narrative in this book is very descriptive, and the narrative brings back the warm cozy feeling of someone reading a story to you. The family are quite amazing, and the story is very realistic. This story casts a spell over you as you read, and if you cannot read it you should try to get an audio version. Leave watching the movies as a very last resort, as the magic is diminished leaving a barely watchable old movie...

Some people might be bored with this. The language is intricate, and only suitable for people who learned some English in school. For people who cannot imagine a meaning for words like 'reproached' then I think perhaps choose from the library section for children aged 6-9. As with studies of people playing facebook games shows, the brain works hard for the first few seconds, and then ticks over barely staying awake - such are the skills of most of the current generation. I read this book when I was 11 years old, and never forgot it.
01/18/2011
Alicia Anthony - The Cost of Truth and the Price we Pay for Love
FEATURED AUTHOR - Alicia Anthony’s first novels were illegible scribbles on the back of her truck driver father's logbook trip tickets. Having graduated from scribbles to laptop, she now pens novels of psychological suspense in the quiet of the wee morning hours. A full-time elementary school Literacy Specialist, Alicia hopes to pass on her passion for books and writing to the students she teaches. A two time Golden Heart® finalist and Silver Quill Award winner, Alicia finds her inspiration in exploring the dark… Read more