My dear Mr. Hudspith,
A few weeks’ time ago now my husband bought your Kimi’s Secret to read to our daughter
Doris who suffering in wheelchair with no walking legs. Doris cried and cried at every page,
especially when icky things happen which mean Doris cry lots.
Anyway, this good news. Tompas, that’s Doris little brother who has eating disorder which
leaves him chubby boy, well Tompas no longer eat. Listening to his dear father read
loud including sound special effects of snot and poopoo and vomits make Tompas very sick.
Of course he now loose five stones and is healthy and smiles. And when Doris looked at her
fitter brother she cried with joy and stood from the wheelchair and she now leaps around
the place with Tompas but they knock over budgie cage and kill Bilko. The metal cage
hit his head and Marjorie our maid fainted and now in comma with bed sores in
interesting places. This is a most shocking instalments of events and all from reading one
Understand, Mr. Hudspith, that Bilko was a puppy and Doris and Tompas are now sad,
providing me with silent house.
Husband is buying your other book Kimi’s Fear. He think reading it might shut me up too,
especially as he heard it is more icky than the first book.
Have you ever thought of writing something nice, Mr. Hudspith? You should try because
even old man can learn new dog tricks. May your soul be save. Ivana.