Girl in the Mirror by Cecelia Ahern

23 Apr

This was short and sweet. At little less than one hundred pages for two short stories it didn’t give you much time to get into either of the tales but they were still enjoyable. 

The first story was about an enchanted mirror that was able to pull you into its world and replace you in the real world unless you gave it your eyes. A creepy enough fairytale by all means and I wouldn’t mind reading a longer version of it. 

The second was about a machine a man had made that could alter your memories and replace half forgotten ones with more detailed ones. This wasn’t as good as the first story but would probably make a better novel than the first one would if that makes any sense? She just didn’t have enough time to elaborate and so it was too harried and confusing. 

I think I may make a pact with myself to steer clear of short stories for awhile as they seem to just mostly annoy me. I’ll be just beginning to like the characters and get to know the surroundings when it’s all over. I think I’m just not a short story person.  


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Posted by on April 23, 2015 in Uncategorized


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