I doubt I would have made any of the same choices as she did.
To try to understand and empathize those people by being inside their brains in a way that is much harder and rarer in the real world? Hanna simply wants to be loved. Her Swedish dad loved her and she loved him, madly. But then he died and, mostly, left her she still hears his voice sometimes.
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In search of love, Hanna travels to Portero, Texas in search of her estranged mother, Rosalee. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Hanna is a girl whom no one seems to want. Under these circumstances, it is perhaps not surprising that she ventures to Portero, Texas in search of her mother and redemption.
What she finds there, however, is something quite different. Portero is a strange, haunted, bizarre place filled with creatures out of nightmares that seep from the numerous doors into other worlds that litter the town. Keys made of the bones of ancestors litter the town, a mysterious mayor has struck fear and terror into everyone, and Hanna suddenly finds herself in a world that oddly…makes sense.
She makes friends, starts dating a boy, and finds affection in her surroundings as the town grows to grudgingly accept her. Portero actually in many ways reminds me of Night Vale with its creepiness and almost irreverent nature, although Portero is much more violent. This book is violent. One is the appearance of a girl in a horror environment, and the fact that Hanna is no Final Girl.
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