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Enter the journalistic narrative of a traumatic childhood, told in the form of short stories. Listen to Memoirs of My Little Girl: A Collection of Short Stories: Part Two and experience the compelling world of part two in the series.

©2021 Meera Abdullah (P)2021 Meera Abdullah

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Thought provoking and emotional

This second story was very moving. The young girl and her mother had escaped for a time but things did not go to plan. The girl retreats into her own mind as she endures living with her father. She waits for better times and for her mother to return.
I am hoping that things get better for her in the next installment.
I am enjoying Melanie Fraser's narration of these stories. She is consistently good and knows how to inflect just the right amount of emotion into her voice to portray how the girl is feeling.
I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy.

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  • 30-04-21

short but very powerful

This second part of this short story is even more emotive than the first. Your heart breaks for the abuse and loss the child suffers. What she endured colours how she views the world and seems to suck all hope out of her. The expressive writing and narration make you feel the child’s anguish and desperation right along with her with her. It is a short but very powerful rendition.