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Please select options before adding to cart. Product Information See the original Japanese page. Trees made of rice flour neige flour 2. Workability is good because every day you want to use a handy this powder might be. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. Apr 18, Desiree rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , romance , self-help , lgbtqia , sexuality. Do the ends justify the means, even if it means a final end? The narrative thrives on questioning the line between reality and imagination, where the titular Megume begins the story in-media-res as she awakens and finds herself lost to the woods.
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Megume and the Trees is a sobering experience, but one that I encourage everyone who enjoys a fictional narrative along with a message regarding a courageous social issue s to read and become engaged with. Nov 20, Gi-Gi rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own , first-reads , signed-books. I'd like to thank Sarah for sending me a signed copy of her book.
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I enjoyed every minute of her beautifully written story. I loved the style of writing as it switched from Megume's story to the letters her friend Emiko wrote her. Also how the story also incorporated so many messages along with the feel of how I used to feel while watching the twilight zone. Absolutely loved it. Nov 24, Scott rated it really liked it.
Mar 27, Lucy added it. We were very kindly sent this wonderful magical book by the author Sarah. Having just finished reading it I feel conscious that I need to do the book justice through my review. Our site is all about the positive side of being gay. This book focuses on a fifteen year old girl called Megu We were very kindly sent this wonderful magical book by the author Sarah.
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This book focuses on a fifteen year old girl called Megume. It is written in her voice. You meet her as she is running through a forest, the book is as though she is within a dream. Te situations she finds herself in are analogies of her thoughts and her situation. It is a very dark book, she is in a very dark place. There is a brilliantly informative interview with Sarah in Curve magazine, she so eloquently describes the thoughts we have as gay individuals.
I remember so well thinking I would lose my family and friends if they knew who I really was. You have to steel yourself against risking losing everything just to have your truth and its frightening. And sometimes it goes really well and everyone still loves you and sometimes it goes horribly wrong. There is a wonderful part in the book where she meets Kat and all her woes become clear to her. This is a very powerful book, a book that has reminded me of my journey and made me realise if I needed to, how lucky I am to be me and loved by those about me - no matter who I am!
I would say that if you know of people who you believe are struggling, give them a copy of this book, show them that there is a way out of the deep dark wood. Thank you so much Sarah for sending me this magical book… I read it yesterday as I was travelling in London and was so lost within its pages that I almost missed my stop on the tube. I definitely recommend this book.
Nov 20, Terry rated it really liked it Shelves: first-reads. This was a very strange young adult novel. Weird, yet compelling.
I wanted to finish to see where the young lady would lead us with this story. The author did a wonderful job writing through 15 year old Megume's eyes. Good descriptive prose, but somewhat hard to keep straight at times. Dark, serious, depressing work; one not easily forgotten. Not a novel to be read lightly. Contains painful, yet important issues which teens deal with - self-mutilation, suicide, lesbianism, etc.
Has a list of hel This was a very strange young adult novel.
Has a list of helpful organizations in the back. Thank you Sarah Toshiko Hasu for the opportunity to read this book. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. Feb 19, Emily Rothbaum rated it did not like it. I purchased this for. The best I can say is that it did have potential. This is a dark work but for no compelling reason. Interesting issues and challenges were skimmed over or given the insight of a pre-teen in angst.
Once I began to follow the story, it jumps around and around again , I found the plot disappointing and the expressions of painful emotions juvenile.