My thoughts: I was intrigued by the idea of a true story and the fact that in May I read Canadian Authors, but I have to say about 3/4 of the way through the book I wanted to slap Anna upside the head and say you should be more mature than you are. In the end it was a good book, not great, I found the childish monologue very tiresome. I too found that the insinuation of infidelity of the parents was a bit unnecessary. On the other hand I did find the love between parent and child endearing. Children really do see their parents as wonderful, at that age anyway. The sibling thing, again a little exaggerated. I was in que at the library, for this book for sometime, I'm going to say it was worth the wait. I'm glad I didn't buy it. I'm sure I will not re-read it. Don't get me wrong, I did like it, I just didn't love it.
read, I understand the relationship between animal and human.
It looks like I've joined the What An Animal Reading Challenge, subconsciously.