1 Northern Plunder: I aim to misbehave.: Short Story Review: Dealing With It by Christina Channelle

Saturday, 25 January 2014

Short Story Review: Dealing With It by Christina Channelle

Dealing With It by Christina Channelle


Published: 29th March 2013 by Christina Channelle

Genre: Short Story
Page Count: 37
Format: eBook
Source: Freebie

Synopsis: One girl goes through the five stages of grief after the loss of a loved one whilst another deals with her emotions after a traumatic event.(Author's Note: These two short stories combined are approximately 5,000 words in length).

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Review: 
4 / 5 stars

I was lucky enough to grab a copy of this book whilst it was still free on Amazon, I've worked with this author before on book tours and this will in no way effect my review on this book.

Dealing With It includes two short stories about the emotions we're faced with when going through tough events in life, and eventually dealing with it.

The first is about the loss of a loved one, each chapter focusing on a certain emotion and state she feels to cope (or not cope) with the death, I thought this was beautifully executed and pin pointed the effect of each emotion well.

The second follows a girl attempting to face facts with a traumatic event she went through, this story was definitely the shorter of the two but it hit the nail on the head with the effects of abuse and the damage it can cause to not only the person but those around them.

Overall I really enjoyed this book and would love to read more on both, I hope the author chooses either to revisit these characters or do other stories similar to this theme.

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