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Na must decide whether or not to come out of hiding Patrice Kindl's astounding inventive novel blends fantasy and reality and readers will not forget. Anna is the middle child in her family but people have trouble seeing her She s about 7 years old when the story begins and her mother is trying to get her to go to school Everyone outside of their family believes that Anna s mother is crazy because no one outside of their family has ever seen Anna The thought of school and a traumatic visit from a school official has Anna running scared She s always been very handy so she begins to construct secret rooms and passageways hidden within their huge Victorian home Once her inner world is complete Anna rarely ventures out into the rest of the house She stays hidden in this place for another 7 years and by that time even her family has begun to suspect that they imagined her Anna s older sister Andrea has become a beautiful young woman whose company is widely sought after by girls and boys alike One of these young male followers F leaves Andrea a note inside the wall one day addressed only to A Anna believes it is for her and she responds Their correspondence grows until one day F discovers Anna s inner sanctum He brings Kristy Anna s younger sister into their confidence and together they plan to reintroduce Anna to the world It seems that during her 7 years of hiding she has become visible Anna s mother has also decided to marry F s father Mr Albright and Mr Albright wants to take them all to Chicago That too means that Anna will eventually have to come outThey decide she will make her debut on the night of Andrea s Halloween party Everyone is dressed up and Anna comes dressed as a luna moth She dances with Andrea s boyfriend causes a huge ruckus and is eventually reunited with her family who are thrilled that they can finally see her This is just one of the strangest books I ve ever read You just have to accept that Anna s practically invisible and that she s the most capable 7 year old ever who can sew and fix anything with professional skill But I loved the idea of her building her own inner world and being this fey creature in her family s home who does these kind things for them almost like the elvesfairies in the shoemaker story

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The Woman in the Wall

Anna is than shy She is nearly invisible At seven terrified of school Anna retreats within the walls of her family's enormous house and builds a world. I could always relate to her in this story because she was so shy and I ve always loved small places The story is about this girl going from girlhood to puberty who is so small she s practically invisible and she lives in this huge house with her family and to get out of having to go to school she crawls inside the walls and makes a home for herself in the walls Looking back on it now I understand what it symbolizes and it makes me appreciate it even I also like Owl in Love though I never finished it

Patrice Kindl Ì 6 Summary

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 An. 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 she will have to go to school she is so scared that she builds a space for herself in the walls apparently she is an exceptional homemaker and handyman and is able to make uite a home for herself in the walls and hides there until her family starts to think she isn t even there any Eventually she makes a friend with someone on the outside and decides to come out of hiding to divert a crises happening in her home Enjoying this book reuires some suspension of disbelief but I had no problems there and I did enjoy it It is certainly a uniue book


10 thoughts on “The Woman in the Wall

  1. says:

    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 nothing Anna is seven

  2. says:

    I could always relate to her in this story because she was so shy and I've always loved small places The story is about this girl going from girlhood to puberty who is so small she's practically invisible and she lives in this huge house with her family and to get out of having to go to school she crawls inside the walls and makes a home for herself in the walls Looking back on it now I understand what it symbolizes and

  3. says:

    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

  4. says:

    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 and can put the haze recollections together in my mind

  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 reads like two separate books smooshed together one less promising than the other but becau

  6. says:

    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 she will have to go to school she is so scared that she builds a space for herself in the walls apparently she is an exceptional homemaker and handyman and is able to make uite a home for herself in the walls

  7. says:

    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

  8. says:

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

  9. says:

    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 ha

  10. says:

    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