written in blank verse
from its review.
from the waist down.
Except they don't just exist
They've never been anywhere but home schooled
the money starts to
and a specialised school takes them on
All they want is a slice of
a chance to experience something ordinary.
to climb a tree
smoke a cigarette
and get drunk (at least Tippi does; Grace turns her nose up
The blank prose gives us
of their lives in chapters that
but like a flipbook,
that gives the illusion of movement,
the whole is more than the sum of its
When things take a darker and more
we're sucked along with the girls as they make the biggest decision of their lives.
And they make it
as they've taken everything
This is their