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The surprise ending I should have seen. Not sure how that gets pulled off, but I suspect it can be done. The writing is brisk and the pace moves the reader along without concept of time. I like that. While some characters were not as fully fucked as they wanted. Characters that should arc. do, and ones that should die, die. I found the characters believable and real, reacting in situations like my neighbor would, instead of being all heroes.Not much qualified here as bad. The writer obviously kn
Absolutely lovely rhymes and plenty of content for older children. Hand made illustrations.
In the Family
Featured Book Excerpt: GOAD
“So happy to meet you” Karen says, offering her hand.
Tucker takes it delicately and bows slightly, raises it to his lips and kisses it. “The pleasure is mine.” he says, glancing at Alice before adding, “Believe me.”
“Oh dear, maybe I should take night shift more often.” Karen retrieves the dropped bag, returns the nightie to it and sets it down before she unbuttons her coat. She pulls it open and back, reveals her low-cut blue dress. She gives Tucker ample time to appreciate her form before turning her back to him and looking over her shoulder. “Can you get that?”
“I certainly can” Tucker says, stepping forward and taking her coat. He looks at Alice as if somehow triumphant. She smiles at him deliberately.
“If you don’t intend to carry that around with you as a talisman, you can put it in the coat room by the door.” Tucker heads off with the coat, feeling robbed of his dubious victory.