Let me start off by saying that I did not think this short novella comprising of 83 pages would make me so emotional.
To be honest, I'm not entirely sure how to rate this book. Novellas are always so hard to judge since they're so short.
Thank you very much for the kind people at Hideaway Falls for sending me a copy of this wonderful book!
I only just saw that my follower count is currently sitting on 111! This is so amazing and I'm so grateful to everyone that follows my blog! What do you think: Should I do a special Q & A post to celebrate?
Finally, I did it! I completed this absolute monster of a book! According to Goodreads I've been reading this behemoth for almost 4 months and now, finally, I can write the review!
I won't lie: This is probably the first work of non-fiction I've ever read. Generally, I'm not the biggest fan of non-fiction, but these books have been on my TBR list for a long time and with the Black Lives Matter movement having such a big impact on the world, I thought that it's about time I read these books.
One of the strangest things about this book for me is the fact that the title is literal. There is literally a girl made partly of hawthorn and glass. The girl was literally built by using things such as hawthorn, glass, and other stuff. So, this is the first time I’ve read a book where the title is literal.
Okay. So, somehow I've got to write a review for a book that gave me all the feels. Somehow I've got to convey these feelings through words so that I can convince you to read this book if you haven't already, and I don't know if I'm capable of that. If this review seems a bit all over the place and doesn't necessarily make sense, you know why.