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"With a narrative voice reminiscent of young Jack from Emma Donoghue's Room, observing evreything but lacking the wisdom to truly understand the grown-up world, this surprising and enchanting first novel is enthusiastically recommended." — Library Journal
"King accurately captures the speech rhythms and partial understanding of a small child. Well-written and sometimes quite moving." — Kirkus Reviews
"Poetic, engaging...King's authorial voice shines through Pea, as her skillful narrative is childishly authentic without being cloying or cutesy. Reminiscent of Myla Goldberg's Bee Season and Emma Donoghue's Room but decidedly lighter...Gorgeously written and deeply heartfelt." — Booklist
Posted June 2, 2013
Outstanding first novel by Claire King. She captures the point of view of five year old Pea perfectly. Well done!
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