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The Weight of Feathers: A Novel - Community Reviews back

by Anna-Marie McLemore
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Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 3 years ago
Anna-Marie McLamore writes so beautifully I think I would be mesmerized even if she were writing about paint drying. No lie. She is the sort of writer that makes me feel simultaneously inspired and dejected when it comes to my own writing craft. She's that good. If you haven't read her before you ow...
Just One More Chapter
Just One More Chapter rated it 5 years ago
WOW!! Where to start? I guess I'll start off by saying that I experienced this little gem through Audible and both the female and male narrators transformed this book from a good story into a complex, beautifully woven tale. There was an intricate volley of dueling POVs. Suuurre they would have work...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 5 years ago
I received an advanced copy of this from the publisher and I was so excited. Then I set it aside and promptly forgot all about it. Last week I figured it was about time I read this before the year ended. It had a great premise and the tag was guaranteed to draw me in--Night Circus meets Romeo & Juli...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 5 years ago
I received an advanced copy of this from the publisher and I was so excited. Then I set it aside and promptly forgot all about it. Last week I figured it was about time I read this before the year ended. It had a great premise and the tag was guaranteed to draw me in--Night Circus meets Romeo &...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 5 years ago
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Cybils book. It’s another circus story! I actually was reminded quite a bit at the beginning of Gwenda Bond’s Girl on a Wire, but they stories go very different places. I liked the writing, which had a great sense of magical wonder, and the characters; I’m not quite as sold on the plot but overall t...
Read All The Things! Reviews
Read All The Things! Reviews rated it 5 years ago
The Palomas and the Corbeaus are warring families of circus performers. The Palomas put on tails and perform underwater while the Corbeaus wear wings and dance in the trees. The families usually avoid one another, but one day, a disaster brings Lace Paloma and Cluck Corbeau together. They begin a fo...
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