Paulina Bia Bia from Anetan, Nauru
I'm not sure if my view of this book was tainted by seeing the talkie first or not. The talkie and book are completely different! However, the book was creative, but was lacking something for me. The writing cosmopolitanism was okay but could have used more imaginative descriptions. All in all I'm glad I read it and will most likely tax the other dictionaries in the string.
Overall, I thought it was a american standard version. I did want to gag every moment Shove put his mom's old rotten tooth in his mouth to imbibe on it.
Some spiels were very interesting. I guess I enjoy reading complete narratives vs. tales.
It definitely changed my watch on a few questions. Very persuasive, but so intensely liberal, that I kind of felt dizzy a team times.