The Great Hamster Massacre
A very natural and honest version of life's events from the perspective of a young girl - from her suspicions about her neighbours, to her rocky friendship with the girl next door; from the sudden death of her beloved granny to her relentless quest for a pet hamster, only to then find it mysteriously slaughtered - which kickstarts a local investigation of 'suspects'.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mcelhra - LibraryThing
Anna is a nine-year old girl with a five-year old little brother named Tom. They both really want a hamster for a pet. Their parents have told them no multiple times but after Anna and Tom’s ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Sullywriter - LibraryThing
Fun, fast, frequently dark-humored and macabre reading. Read full review