and Mitchell was like . . .
I’m glad we took a chance. While this is most definitely not a book everyone will enjoy, A.S. King always brings a completely unique delivery to her stories and tackles some heavy issues that get the reader thinking. This time we learn that . . .
and that Hawkeye Pierce also says . . .
“Without love, what are we worth? Eighty-nine cents. Eighty-nine cents’ worth of chemicals walking around lonely.”
I received an advanced copy, so there is a chance that quotes may change before the final version is released. I hope this one remains . . .
“We’re alive. We have words and shapes and ideas. We will throw them at you when you do not believe. We will throw our love and our hate and our failure and success. We’ll split in two right in front of you and be our best and our worst. We’ll lie and tell the truth. But we are alive.”
ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.