The story was an interesting read, but just a little short on character development. The story opens with Zena packing Malik’s stuff to give him his walking papers. I felt like something was missing and the grammatical errors threw me. When I read a short story, I like to be able to say that I’ve got the whole story.
Book Title: A Woman Scorned by T.P. Miller
Number of Pages: 29
Who would you recommend this book to?
What did you like most about this book?
The fact that Zena moved on from Malik and did not fall back into the same ole same with a man.
What did you like least about this book?
Too many grammatical errors.
Any suggestions for how this book could have been better?
More character development
Reviewed by: M. Bullocks
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