Age restriction 14+
Story about:death, bullying in school, molestation
#222 in Short stories#240 in School
16.05.2020 — 09.06.2020
Total number of threads: 11
Very, very tragic story
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Beata Gos, Thanks for the comment:)
Simple Pruny Spire
This was a very nice read, however very sad. The description of events were very precise, I could imagine Hannah's body as her dad threw her across the room, I could imagine Susan throwing Hannah's lunch in the box.
The only thing that confused me was Hannah's death.
For a nice written book, the end is very sad. Too much death.
Over all I loved it.
Simple Pruny Spire, Thank you.
A lot of kids are going through this and can't speak out. it is sad because I am trying to pass a message... I really appreciate your comment.
Why are there silly people, hurting others, they are devil's advocate
omg it's such a good book I wish I could stop crying so I can see the words lol
lol thanks for the comment dear
(1). Your narrative is written well — easy to read. I love short chapters
(2). Such a tragedy but many lessons to be learn from your MC, her stupid mom & doctor, her best friend :(
(3). Minor complaint — some spelling errors, Susan/Sofia as the bully? I assume MsJupiter was the house guest and why was she visiting? And SPOILER (offscreen/off the narrative death of her only friend)
I will check your other works soon. Thanks for the good read :)
Thank you for the review.. I really appreciate. I will work on this
Odun Ayo Godon
it was nice
Odun Ayo Godon
Hannah didn't deserve to die, but that makes the story all the more real.
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thanks for reading:)
that's actually the point
Interesting, but Hannah don't suppose to die
thanks for commenting.. I believe her death will pass a lot of lessons to parents out there...:)
Comment text: hmmm, all death but interesting too
you are welcome... thanks for reading my short book.. you are the best
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