"She was panting, her eyes wild, frantic, betrayed. I covered them with my fingers and twisted her neck hard." This quote in the story "Killing Chickens" really stuck out to me because I could easily visualize the scene. Meredith Hall portrayed it in such a way that I felt as if I was actually there. Also, in using the word "betrayed" she was hinting at the way that she actually felt because of her husband's actions. The betrayal that she feels from her husband is the same betrayal that Silly, the chicken, is feeling from her.
(I have front bangs now)