The Onion Girl

The Onion Girl

Downloadable Audiobook - 2008
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When a hit-and-run accident leaves mystical artist Jilly Coppercorn partially paralyzed, her only hope for recovery lies in the surreal "dreamlands."
Publisher: [Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audiobooks, 2008
ISBN: 9781433247736
Additional Contributors: Reading, Kate
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Aug 24, 2011

I almost put this book down, the first few chapters didn't grab me. It seemed like an Alice in Wonderland want to be, but very unfocused and random. But after a few chapters it finally hooked me. The narrator has a very limited selection of voices but those she has are very well done. Except for the "bad"sister who has an awesome white trash twang all her characters have a very wise selfless love style of talking. It makes me want to jump into the story and make them all my friends. What makes this book so good I believe is the serious flaws the main character has. A warning to the readers, the book is very adult in tone at times dealing with child abuse and violence. The main character and her sister deal with a serious bag of **it dealt to them as children as make their choices in their adult lives.


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