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All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood | Book Review

I utterly devoured this wonderful novel. The story follows Wavonna “Wavy” Quinn, a young girl who witnesses a biker wreck one day near her house. After she helps him, they develop a strong, intimate bond. See, Wavy is not your typical little girl. She doesn’t eat in front of people, barely speaks, and hates being touched. The only person she talks to and allows to touch her is Kellen, the aforementioned biker. The narrative then takes the reader on a wild, unpredictable ride that stretches over multiple years.

All the Ugly and Wonderful Things tackles several tough topics, and is definitely NOT for everyone. Some will find it hard to stomach; I personally found it intriguing and was fascinated by the unbreakable bond between these two totally different people. The writing is descriptive and fast-paced, and left me flipping the pages, desperate to find out what was going to happen next. I’m definitely a new fan of Bryn Greenwood’s now.

VERDICT: 5/5

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