I am vociferously passionate about good books. And I hate adverbs.
I am shattered by this book, and so happy I got to read it.
The first half was thrilling, loving, mindblowing, and so gorgeously confusing!
Then all the pieces are slowly worked together into a whole tapestry of interwoven lives, all seen through the wild and amazing eyes of a young girl.
Absolutely mesmerizing, and smashing language to boot.
There is so much love in here that it almost flows off the pages, oh how I love to read about great-grandfathers who have made a difference. Here, storytelling has a way of taking wings and flying into your dreams at night. Here, fantasy becomes imagination, and then dreams happen, that go on to become reality. Or not.
Of course, you need to love family, and be the kind of reader who doesn’t get upset when she squeals in joy or gushes forth in amazing amounts of tears. Because there was plentiful of both.
This book is going to stay with me for a long time.
There is hope and emotions and happiness and sadness and bisexuality and love and understanding and… Great-Grand Fathers!
Well. Go read it, eh?
Because I find myself crying again, as I’m writing this review.
A copy of this book was given to me by the publisher, Dreamspinner Press. A positive review was not promised in exchange.