Savagely monotonous | Cyn’s Book Review of Savage Girl

By: Cynthia Ayala

A brief review on Jean Zimmerman’s latest novel, Savage Girl.  This review evaluates the strength of the narrative as well as the view point of the protagonist. As far as the novel goes, while parts are exceptionally written, as a whole, it falls flat.

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Savagely Monotonous: “Savage Girl” Review

By: Cynthia Ayala’ 16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer Savage Girl, written by Jean Zimmerman, follows the story of Bronwyn, told through a third person perspective of Hugo Delegate, eldest living son of the Delegate family of a very bland and uninspired nature. Published on March 6, 2014 by Viking Adult, the story opens with Hugo, being investigated by an attorney and police officer who … Continue reading Savagely Monotonous: “Savage Girl” Review