The Natural Way of Things
She hears her own thick voice deep inside her ears when she says, 'I need to know where I am.' The man stands there, tall and narrow, hand still on the doorknob, surprised. He says, almost in sympathy, 'Oh, sweetie. You need to know what you are.' Read More
Wow! What a read.
- I thought this was an amazing book. Yes it is confronting and at times very hard to read but the issues it challenged are worth challenging. It was a book club read for me and I was shocked when most other readers hated it. After our discussion I felt that most had missed the purpose of the story so try it yourself. Review by Anne (Posted on 9/01/2017)
A compelling read about desperate girls
- Wow! What a fabulous book. The imagery captured the desolation of the land and the desperation of the girls perfectly; you could almost smell them. A very well written and compelling read, I had to find out what would happen to these poor girls. Review by Jane (Posted on 16/12/2016)