But there comes a point where the commonplace becomes flat. It doesn’t excite. It is not “bad” or of poor quality, but rather creates a wall between the object and its audience, able to be appreciated for its theoretical strengths but not its emotional punch.
Review: The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton
“A book so quirky and magical that you’ll immediately fall in love with it.” – Kat Kennedy
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