Tell the Wolves I'm Home
A NovelBook - 2012
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Library_Jill Nov 09, 2016
A deeply moving exploration of family relationships and different types of love, set against the backdrop of 1980s New York and AIDS panic. I loved the protagonist's romaticism and her growth. The author mentioned David Almond's "Skellig" and Meg Rosoff's "How I Live Now" as... Read More »
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“But what if you ended up in the wrong kind of love? What if you accidentally ended up in the falling kind with someone it would be so gross to fall in love with that you could never tell anyone in the world about it? … The kind you squashed deeper and deeper down, but no matter how far you pushed it, no matter how much you hoped it would suffocate, it never did?”
Maybe I was destined to forever fall in love with people I couldn’t have. Maybe there’s a whole assortment of impossible people waiting for me to find them. Waiting to make me feel the same impossibility over and over again.
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