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  • Daisy posted in the group Book Club

    2 years, 3 months ago

    So far the plot in SCARY STORIES reminds me of a very popular legend in Mexico about the Llorona, in the book it says that we tell stories and every time we tell it they change it later, the story no longer has anything to do with what is told As in the legend of the weeping woman, many say that she drowned her children in part and each time they tell that legend they change the place where the weeping woman drowned her children.

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    • Hey Daisy, your book seems very interesting because it talks about fear and i really like scary stories.something that caught my attention about your publication is the story of the La llorona in Mexico in my point of view it is very story popular and scary of course!
      • Hi Daisy–Did you grow up with the story of La Llorana? How is the story you heard different from others?

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