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The End of the Party - Graham Greene
The End of the Party
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3.96 135
Format: hardcover
ASIN: 13369893
Publisher: Creative Education
Pages no: 6
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beishir
beishir rated it
3.0 The End of the Party
Twin brothers Peter & Francis Morton attend a birthday party in which they know they will have to face Francis' very real, though quite exaggerated childhood fear of darkness. Unable to avoid what Francis fears most, the boys play along resulting in tragedy.3 STARS
VeganCleopatra
VeganCleopatra rated it
2.0 The End of the Party
While this short story is interesting and a good portrayal of some twin connections, it just did not do much for me. I found the writing a bit awkward for my taste and the story overall predictable. Perhaps if one were a twin or afraid of the dark the story would have more of an impact, but I certai...
AnjaIsReading
AnjaIsReading rated it
"He had not heard her coming. Girls were like that. Their shoes never squeaked. No boards whined under the tread. They slunk like cats on padded claws.""It was January the fifth."well, that would be the right date to read this amazing short story, but it's not the best way to start valentine's... "t...
Emotional Reader
Emotional Reader rated it
4.0
Is this a children's story? I totally didn't see that end coming.This was a short story that I found to be packed with an explosion of tension and punch despite its word count. The End of the Party explores the interesting dynamic of the existing symbiosis between twin brothers, Francis and Peter, t...
Expendable Mudge Muses Aloud
Expendable Mudge Muses Aloud rated it
4.0
Rating: 4* of fiveThe Story Synopsis: A birthday party attended by twins Peter and Francis Morton ends in tragedy.My Review: From the mind of 9-year-old Francis Morton:"Girls were like that. Their shoes never squeaked. No boards whined under the tread. They slunk like cats on padded claws."Francis i...
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