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The Woman in the Wall by Patrice Kindl
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Jun 01, 2011

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bookshelves: summer-reading-2011
Read in June, 2011

This had been one of my favorite books in middle school, and I decided to reread it (again) in college for sentimental purposes. Just like the first two times I read it, I found the beginning to be exaggerated a little bit too much of a stretch. I still found it interesting that a girl could be so shy that she would retreat to the safety of a series of tunnels inside her house.

The main character, Anna, has a certain majority and thirst for knowledge that reminds me of Roald Dahl's Matilda, but she is still unique and very different.

Overall, it was still a good book, just not quite as amazing as I used to think it was, but time, unfortunately, will do that to you.

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