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    For the first time in years and years I was out of the house I stood alone under the naked sky with nothing but air and space between me and the huge barbarously bright sun I looked up into the sky and felt dizzy At any moment I felt I might fall of the earth I might be pulled into the greedy heat of the sun Or I might go flying off into dark eternal nothingness The water girl is looked through seeing like no

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    I could always relate to her in this stor

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    A person fades from view and lives their life invisible to others This is one of those premises that immediately intrigues me Displaced Person by Lee Harding is another example and that's one of the scariest and best books I've read in the l

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    I don't know how to rate this book so I'm giving it a 3 I really want to reread it again I read it a long long time ago and I don't think I really understood it when I read it I remember feeling like I had a lot of unanswered uestions by the ending I'd really like to go back and read it again to see if I maybe get a little out of it this time

  5. says:

    I picked up The Woman in the Wall because it sounded like a ghost story but it's actually about a girl growing from 7 to 14 years old while having literally boarded herself up in the walls of the family home If that sounds ridiculous it is It

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    A girl named Anna Kindl must like A names the goose girl's name is Alexandria Aurora Fortunato is so shy that she literally disappears into the background Even her family has a hard time seeing her When she is told

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    2019 Anna is a tiny tiny girl So tiny you might not even see her even if you were looking straight at her She likes it that way She's dreadfully shy so being nearly invisible is perfect for her Because she is scared of the outside world and being forced into it she designs her own little safe place a place inside of the

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    Anna is the middle child in her family but people have trouble seeing her She’s about 7 years old when the story

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    Child me loved this Adult me is super weirded out What kind of seven year old elf child is somehow a master builder strong enough to move armchairs through secret passages with ease and is still tiny enough to fall into and get lost within a hapless social worker's purse? And when she becomes a teenager a strange guy's cryptic aff

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    One of the greatest books ever This girl is so pale and shy that some people can't even see her When things start changing in her family she reacts by living in the walls of her Victorian era home becoming a sort of good spirit for the rest of the family

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The Woman in the Wall

Anna is than in the eBook #184 shy She is nearly invisible At seven terrified of school Anna retreats within the walls of her family's enormous house and builds a w. A person fades from view and lives their life invisible to others This is one of those premises that immediately intrigues me Displaced Person by Lee Harding is another example and that s one of the scariest and best books I ve read in the last few years The Woman in the Wall is a different take on this premise It seems like of a fable of sorts At age 7 Anna is all but invisible already With a face like a glass of water she is painfully shy ignored by almost everyone and freuently misplaced by her mother and sisters She has sewing and building skills out of place for a 7 year old but I can accept that with this book s fable like theme When her mom decides that it s time for Anna to go to school Anna does not want to do this with extreme prejudice When the school psychologist visits their home and Anna falls unnoticed into the woman s purse and is almost taken away Anna decides that rather than risk being outside again she will just build herself into the walls of the home where no one can find her She lives the next 7 years scurrying about in a womblike series of rooms and passages escaping the notice of her family who eventually forgets about her But when she intercepts a secret love note intended for her attractive and popular older sister Anna is tempted to leave her burrow and rejoin the outside world Sometimes all the world s problems and dealing with humanity gets to be too much for me and I want to build myself into the wallsdisappearlive isolated on an island for 18 yearsmove into a cave in the mountains That sounds pretty good But I m not going to do that so when I start feeling that way I ll just reread one of these books

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Orld of passageways and hidden rooms As the years go by people forget she ever existed Then a mysterious note is thrust through a crack in the wall and Anna must de. I picked up The Woman in the Wall because it sounded like a ghost story but it s actually about a girl growing from 7 to 14 years old while having literally boarded herself up in the walls of the family home If that sounds ridiculous it is It reads like two separate books smooshed together one less promising than the other but because they blend so poorly and are such blatantly different genres I can t decide which half is worseThe first section is fantasy with a family whose husbandfather faded away from the family home until his wife was alerted that his coworkers lost him in the Library of Congress never to be seen or heard from again At first I took this as a euphemism but the same vanishing affliction is passed down to his middle daughter Anna She literally fades away when no one is paying attention to her Her mother talks to where she thinks her daughter is standing instead of where she is A school therapist comes to visit to try and calm Anna s fears of attending school and spends the entire visit talking to the youngest as though Anna is her imaginary friend Despite starting two years late the effort to send her to school is only driven by her mother s desire to prove herself sane as no one outside the home has ever seen the third daughter she speaks of Coupled with the fact that this 7 year old is responsible for all the home repairs and for making her family s entire wardrobes and that their home is so big that no one notices when Anna closes off sections of the house so she could live behind the walls this is clearly actual invisibility powers within a fantasy storyBut the latter half of the novel takes pains to present itself as a reality based coming of age story with the subject again literally boarded up in the walls of the house The two other sisters grow up their mother starts seeing someone else and Anna s existence becomes folklore No one tries to look for her apart from the initial half hearted attempts back when she was 7 because they knew they d never find her because she can literally turn invisible look I know I m using that word a lot in this review and I ve edited out even but I have to keep reminding you that these things aren t euphemisms because I think the author herself forgot When Anna is inevitably coaxed out of her cocoon and back into the real world Anna s mother now has to awkwardly explain to her new beau that she had a third daughter she d never mentioned who d disappeared into the walls of the house when she was 7 And the beau acts like she s insane which she is because this is clearly stupidNo one acknowledged that her fading out powers were strange in the first part and it s accepted as fact by her family in this part and her future stepbrother thinks the whole fiasco is strange at first glance but immediately falls into line with the family about the whole recluse daughter everyone thought was dead andor imaginary thing But Anna never fades once in the second half and her future stepfather clearly recognizes this as a set up for something He s being very careful with the crazy people during the actual explanation but the moment he gets alone this is the kind of man who ll be phoning the police Which he should because the second half of the book plays everything as straight and if you do that you have to acknowledge that the first half of the book can only be taken as euphemisms for something endangering to a child and imagined up as invisibility powers as a coping mechanism which it can t actually be because the youngest sister openly acknowledges her powers as fact in the second half It makes no sense without context and we aren t given anyThe two parts are tied together with a bizarre piece on Anna going through puberty while inside the walls and not knowing what s going on despite spying on her older sister and her friends for years And Kristy explains sex and pads to her later which is Anna has some kind of mental issues if she s locked herself in a house with three other women and she no idea what any of these things are already Believe me Anna thinking she was bleeding to death off and on for two years until Kristy started getting her periods is the least absurd part of this book that might be reserved for Anna embroidering her return letters instead of writing them like a normal person It was a waste of time reading and totally uninteresting to hear all about perfect Anna who never went to school and sneaks out at night to do her sisters homework and was sewing ballgowns and repairing a Victorian mansion with power tools at age 7 and grew up so sexy that none of Andrea s boyfriends can stop mooning over her and is really super shy despite showing no signs of it in the later half and has mood swings and changes in personality so dramatic that they go way beyond typical teenage ness and lack of social skills and could reasonably be explained by a mental disorderAnna s limited character really takes a nosedive when she starts finding the hidden letters The boy who has a crush on her older sister and believes the letters are going to her writes that he loves her And suddenly Anna s life has meaning A boy says he loves her surely she was created for no purpose but to love him back I m not exaggerating that s how suddenly terrible the thought process becomes I was a woman because somewhere out there was F a manPatrice Kindl The Woman in the Wall p60You re fourteen pull yourself togetherTHE VERDICT There are way too many disconnects in this book for it to be any good Anna wants to be seen but she closes herself in the walls literally She wants to be heard but she does whatever she s told without uestion and doesn t speak up Her mother accuses her of making her look crazy to the school therapist when she d been taking advantage of her daughter s skills and keeping her out of school for two years and only wanted her to start classes so the neighbors wouldn t think she was lying about having a third daughter There s nothing to be gained 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  • The Woman in the Wall
  • Patrice Kindl
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  • 14 June 2019
  • 9780141301242

About the Author: Patrice Kindl

wwwhelpinghandsmonkeysorg You can in the eBook ¸ see a photograph of Kandy on this page and Susi on the FA pageFamilyMy husband Paul is president of Encotech that’s where I met him My son Alex is He and his art rock band Bible Study no religious connotation live with us part time They rehearse directly over my office so it is lucky that I think they are great musicians Click here to listen The Woman eBook µ to one of their songs The vocalist is one of America’s few female Master Falconers When the band is in residence we also have several hawks or falcons.