|Reviews for The Selfish Giant: A Testimony|
| Ed Harley chapter 1 . 3/20
With the wretched giant, all alone in his dungeon, with no company except the voices in his head- I thought, this guy has to be a writer!
| Krystal Watters chapter 1 . 11/25/2012
a street-urchin falling in love with a giant listened, chuckled and forget he was alone and monstrous. A slave to the quick, bright creatures he lived on.- I think you confused a preposition in this phrase
I like the descriptions and the settings, but I'm not sure I agree with the symbolism you employ especially at the end. Wouldn't the giant want to become human rather than create more giants? And I don't understand what the voices of the devoured others symbolize.