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All The Ugly and Wonderful Things
by Bryn Greenwood

PBR Review This is a beautiful story, but it should come with a warning. It is disturbing and covers some uncomfortable controversial topics.It is the story of two people; both abused as children. Wavy’s father is a drug dealer, and her mother is a drug addict. Kellen's background is equally abusive. Their relationship is unique and will have you debating with your inner conscience. The title of the book is perfect and sums up the complexities of this tale; it contrasts the beauty of love and trust against the ugliness of neglect and addiction.Back.
Talking Points: This book covers some uncomfortable topics, they are polarizing and will generate much discussion and passion, but may also not be for everyone. This is the story of two people, who were neglected as children, Wavy the daughter of meth dealer and Kellen who was also abused and neglected. As you can imagine, it explores issues of abuse, neglect, addiction, trust and different kinds of love.
PBR Reader Comments:
This author holds nothing back as she explores the lives of two very dysfunctional people. The topics are going to make you squirm and will throw your moral compass off balance. Recommend
by-Linda 2017/12/05, 12:21 PM

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