Book Review: Sad Girl by Erick S Gray

This short story introduces the reader to a troubled young girl, abandoned at birth, shuffled around from foster home to foster home, and forced to deal with plenty of monsters.

At times, the story felt choppy and it was hard to distinguish which him the author was referring to. The strongest part is the scenes that included dialogue, because it allowed the story to flow better. I felt like the ending left a few unanswered questions, and definitely wanted to see more.

For the above mentioned reasons, and some grammatical errors, I give this short story by @egray28 💎💎💎.

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