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Bones and All Book Ending Explained: Know More!

Maren understood at a very young age that she is not typical of other people. She has an uncontrollable need, and that urge is to consume human beings. Every time the impulse takes hold of Maren, she and her mother pack up their belongings and escape, beginning their lives anew in a different place each time.

Maren is alone herself the day after her sixteenth birthday, which is very unusual for her. Her mother has gone, taking with her only an envelope containing money and Maren’s birth certificate.

Maren makes the decision to track down her biological father, a guy she cannot recall ever having met. The only information she has about her father is the name and birthplace that are listed on her birth certificate.

She has no more information about him. Maren is accustomed to traveling with a minimal amount of belongings, so she packs only her backpack and an envelope containing money before embarking on her journey to locate her father and, perhaps, discover a few things about herself.

When I first started reading Bones and All, I had some reservations. Due to the fact that I have a delicate stomach, I was concerned that a novel about cannibalism would be far too graphic for me to handle.

However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the book is not quite as disturbing as I had anticipated it to be. Even though there are certain scenes that will make your stomach turn, the violence wasn’t detailed enough for me to put the book down.

In spite of the cannibalism that is described in the novel, I found that it was an enjoyable read overall. I enjoyed the writing style and the way the story progressed, and I found Maren to be an intriguing protagonist.

I would have liked her much more if it weren’t for the fact that she ate people, but given that this was the central idea of the book, it was inevitable.

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The last part of the novel featured a lot of unexpected twists and turns, which had me turning the pages to find out what was going to happen next. The pace really picked up towards the end of the book, which kept me interested in reading it.

Even while I enjoyed reading it, there were a few things that kept pulling my attention away from it. To begin, Maren is still a very small child when she consumes her first human victim.

According to my estimations, Maren was between the ages of one and two when she murdered and devoured her babysitter. I find it hard to believe that such a thing could have happened. As someone who can consume a whole human being in one sitting, I was astounded at the sheer quantity of food that Maren consumed (bones and all).

Even though you have to accept some things in fiction with a grain of salt and just go with them, this upset me the whole time I was reading the book because it happened so often.

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After my initial discoveries, I was somewhat aback by the fact that I ended up enjoying the book quite a bit. Even though the subject matter is not something that interests me, there is a good chance that I will read other works by the author in the future.

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