The Strangeness and Beauty in Being Young and Flightless
Magical realism is not a genre commonly used for young adult fiction, with authors favouring instead the gritty reality of everyday life in the 21st century. This debut novel by Leslye Walton, however, is drenched in the magical and the effect is a beautiful, sometimes alarming, an always-lyrical exploration of what it is to be young and different.
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