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Mathilda Savitch Paperback – 2010
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Mathida's beautiful, vibrant, tempestuous older sister, Helene, died a year ago, having been pushed in front of a moving train, and no one in the Savitch family has recovered from the devastating loss. Yet, Mathilda (whose age is never explicitly stated, but whom I would guess is about thirteen) seems to be the only one willing or able to openly mourn.
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If teenage angst is a type of psychosis, this book is its introduction and existential conclusion.
A year ago, I had the sweet pleasure of reading the first chapter.
I couldn't get the book out of my mind--so gripping, clever, fun, and simultaneously dark. All that from three pages.
After a year of wetting my appetite (and building exotic expectations), I truly wasn't one bit disappointed. Lovely Lovely Lovely
Mathilda does have a spunky personality as well, so the book itself is not a total sob story, and it is entertaining to go through what she is going through (to a certain extent). I did enjoy reading this book, and will check out any other books this author has in the future. It was just different from what I normally read, and different in a good way. The dialogue, the characters, everything. I really enjoyed it.