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PAPER BUTTERFLIES LISA HEATHFIELD

December 28, 2016

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PAPER BUTTERFLIES LISA HEATHFIELD

A MUST BUY – MUST READ

PAPER BUTTERFLIES LISA HEATHFIELD

MY DAD DIDN’T SEE. OR MAYBE HE JUST DIDN’T WANT TO.

June’s life at home with her stepmother and stepsister is a dark one – and a secret one. Not even her dad knows the truth. She is trapped like a butterfly in a net.

But then June meets Blister, a boy in the woods. In him she finds a glimmer of hope that perhaps she can find a way to fly far, far away.

Because every creature in this world deserves their freedom . . . But at what price?

MY REVIEW

The most tearful story that I have ever read. Lisa Heathfield is certainly a very talented author and is definitely going on a high adventure to the top. More readers should read Paper Butterflies. Every word every sentence every chapter every character had my full attention. I know for certain that other readers will love it too.
June was ill-treated by her wicked stepmother and stepsister to the point it had me in tears. What is more upsetting no one would believe what her stepmother or stepsister was doing to her. In school June had no friends, the kids in her class did the most awful things to her. For June it was an impossible loneliness. A silence inside that stripped away her soul. Then one day while June was in the woods she meets a boy, Blister who is very creative making things from paper and he becomes June’s only friend.
So much happens in this page-turning novel that it is going to be one of those stories that I will never forget. Please read it as I very, very highly recommend it.

 

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