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It feels like what I know could fit in my hand and everything I don’t know would fill the house.
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In the end, it does not matter what a story is about. It only matters who gets to tell it.
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Your heart, Poppy? It is a gift I do not deserve. But it is one I will protect until my dying breath.
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Some truths do nothing but destroy and decay what they do not obliterate. Truths do not always set one free. Only a fool who has spent their entire life being fed lies believes that.
+Interesting perspective from the ‘kids who are left behind’
-Not actually much going on at all
-Ending felt extremely quick and tried to answer every last question
-Don’t know if this is actually a book younger kids would read
The cheap knick-knack in his hands now carried with it a sentiment of the present he would cherish, and a reminder of the past he would always loathe. Only the finest art could accomplish both those things at once.
+Compelling characters you quickly bond with
+Great balance of character growth, world building, and plot