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In the Beginning (Baby Girl Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Cloe is now twelve years old and when her mother goes absent for longer than usual, she decides to pack up and run. During that time, she learns how to fend for herself until she meets others who are in a similar situation to hers, including Einstein who is the oldest and assumes the role of their leader.
Cloe and Einstein make plans for the future to keep them safe but just when they think everything is going to plan, something goes drastically wrong. Even though, it's a short part of the full story, everything runs smoothly and falls into place. It's a very emotional read. I am really looking forward to read the next part.
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Cleo, abandoned by her mother, is faced with the most primitive level of survival, unless she learns quickly. But at the young age of 12? Extremely challenging, not to mention 24/7 threatening events from every quarter.
Klass does a splendid job balancing the oncoming challenges of street life with the growing resilience of Cleo as she quickly realizes her survival depends upon rapid learning and knowing. On the run in the shadows of society, and deprived of the benefits of public education, Cleo must create her own system of learning, if she is to pass or fail the real tests of survival on her own. And Cleo’s learning goes beyond the confines of a textbook or the bureaucratic bounds of organized schooling.
Baby Girl - In The Beginning has a storyline that becomes believable as Klass paints the unfolding events page by page for the reader. Her characters quickly came to life and as a reader I began to embrace each one. The author has a knack for hooking lots of emotion between the pages to keep readers wondering where things are headed for the story and characters.
Having read As Snow Falls, another novel by Klass, I’m not surprised that she knows how to keep readers entertained as her stories unfold. Baby Girl 1 left me wanting to know the full outcome of Cleo’s drive to survive. My Kindle is loaded, waiting for me to continue the series, and Cleo’s suspenseful journey.
Five-Stars for Baby Girl 1, and the fine job author Elle Klass did writing a highly adventurous read! Keep us entertained Ms. Klass!
Elle Klass has written a powerful start to her series. The character thought processes and the range of emotions conveyed are brilliantly expressed. She manages to make readers fell empathy and concern for Cleo and the other street children who feature in this book. I look forward to the next in the series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good beginning to a journey, one of a girl who is forced to strike out on her own. She is lucky in that she finds others who are in the same predicament... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Julie Elizabeth Powell
A powerful and well written, but brief introductory novel to a series, that has left me wanting more. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lorraine
"Baby Girl Book 1: In the Beginning" may just have changed my mind about short stories!
It reads like the opening episode of a TV show - and what a brilliant... Read more
Baby Girl is the first book in a series, it is just 38 pages long and can be read quite easily in one sitting. Read morePublished on 22 Sept. 2014 by Roses are Amber