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Light as a Feather

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Sixteen years old and mostly an orphan, Ainsley Alvarez copes with the sudden death of her father the only way she knows how—she buries her rage and her grief and her highly detailed plans for the immediate future right alongside his big mahogany casket in a plot at Forest Lawn, and then goes to live with her estranged mother and her made-to-order replacement family in app ...more
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Published September 17th 2019
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Nov 21, 2020 rated it liked it
3.5/5- Obviously read this because I’m a fan of the author’s fics. The writing was captivating, albeit a bit messy.

I liked the characters (Killian tho 😪) but the whole storyline felt convoluted with a lot of loose ends. It was also, ngl, kind of anticlimactic.
Sep 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
OUTSTANDING. I love Andrea's writing and I really loved this, my first of her original works! Phenomenally well crafted, completely exhilarating and thrilling read, divinely crafted with details that ground you in the setting and engage all your sense and characters as complex as any person. It's a heartbreaking tale that isn't, in the end. Ainsley is angry and clever and biting and sad and wonderful, a pleasure to read. Nate is hilarious and cute and an overbearing darling. Mason is. Just. Wow. ...more
Oct 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Anderson's prose is irreverent, overblown, whimsical, nuanced and truthful.... All the things, essentially, one would be pleased to find in a friend. Though obviously geared for young adults, LAAF still manages to strike a chord with any adults in the room, without talking over or under the kids on the page. Also, I read this book in one long stretch after working a 14 hr shift, the only reason being it was fucking impossible to find a stopping point. Engaging is not an adequate word, but it wil ...more
Sep 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Read it one go and pulled an all-nighter, which speaks for itself. As always, beautiful prose and compelling characters. A must read. In desperate need of the sequel!
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Andrea Anderson was born and raised in the part of Southern California that people were really, really interested in making TV shows about in the early-mid 2000’s, and roughly ten years after leaving still can’t decide if she misses it or not. Currently, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and children, as well as several cats, a dog, some deer, and the actual, literal bear who occ ...more

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