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Review: The Living Dead Girl

Hi everyone, welcome to Throwback Thursday! In today’s blog I’m going to be talking about Elizabeth Scott’s novel The Living Dead Girl.

Read: March 2013
Rating: 4 Stars

Living Dead Girl
Living Dead Girl

The Living Dead Girl by: Elizabeth Scott: It’s the story of a girl who used to be. She’s a girl who was reborn into the hands of a man who will not let her grow older, or past the age of ten. It’s her story of escape, and of defeat. The plot and the writing to this story is what get you as a reader. It sucks the reader in and read the whole book. Though it’s not a happy-go-lucky novel it is still a book about overcoming people in our lives. The writing is easy to read, and the chapters are set to be fast paced so the reader won’t be reading large chunks of text for long, it’s very simple. It is definitely a book to won’t forget about.


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