Norma Fox Mazer | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Karen Ritter

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Critical Essay by Karen Ritter

Considering all the recent publicity about divorced parents who kidnap their own children, there was certain to be a juvenile novel on the subject sooner or later. And [Taking Terri Mueller] is a good one, not just capitalizing on that gimmick—in fact, readers don't learn until halfway through the book what has actually happened—but developing strong characters and a plot that involves the kidnapping angle as a basic element. Terri has always been told that her mother died when she was four years old, and since her father has effectively cut off all contact with most of their relatives …, Terri has no sources of information on her family. Terri and her father apparently have a warm, loving, open relationship; he explains their frequent moves from one city to another by his "Restless Feet...

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