Title: The Ballerina and the Revolutionary
Author: Milla V
Published Date: April 1st 2014
Genre: Coming Of Age / Paranormal
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Vivienne realizes she is dying. All she wants to do is see her daughter Giselle one last time and apologise.
But Giselle no longer exists and it is Crow, a gender-queer anarchist who returns to a family home that is plagued by ghosts and violent memories. Crow unravels terrifying secrets, hoping to find closure at last.
But can anyone survive the shadows that lurk behind the fairy tales?
The paranormal twists just added to the issues faced and I read this cover to cover without coming up for air. The characters scream from the pages for understanding that is not always available. No matter what you believe in I think the symbolism here will allow most people to find some struggle that they can relate to.
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