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The Lightest, Heaviest Things

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"The trees are tall, and the giants are not actually taller than the trees. You told me that the giants aren’t real. I don’t know if they’re real. They look real, to me, but they also don’t seem real. You don’t see them, either."

Peri, alone in her house, has spent a lot of time observing the silent, strangely sad giants that move just on the edge of her vision. They never
Paperback, 150 pages
Published July 25th 2020 by Independently Published
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Emma Starr
Aug 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book is magic. AHHHHHHH I love this!!! Weez is now one of my favorite authors. <3 <3 <3

The prose in just indescribably wonderful and well-crafted.

The worldbuilding gives you glimpses of an unpredictable world that is so—other. Weez’s imagination has created a world full of unexpected wonders. It also fills you with satisfaction in ways that many fantasy stories do not. The gorgeous minimalist descriptions!!!! *dies*

It’s a beautiful world and not a tremendously dangerous one. The
Shawn Smucker
Apr 15, 2021 rated it it was amazing
A wonderful fantasy.
Aug 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
oh weez, you really did do this. the entire book is soaked in you, and that was the best part.
what a wonderful way I spent those 3 hours.
please go read this book.
The Smol Moth
Full disclosure that I'm internet friends with the author, lol. That didn't change too much, though--I would have liked this either way.

I just…I loved it?!

There’s so much here. The way mental health and depression are portrayed, the WORLDBUILDING, the characters…Actually, hold on a second, let me organize this review into parts. (For some reason that made me think of dissecting something. Which, since I tend to think visually, is not a very pleasant image. But anyway.)

The mental health rep

Maya Joelle
Such a lovely, engaging book. It's unusual (in a good way).

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The world had so much magic I didn’t see. Then I did see it, and it was gone.

read August 2020
**Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.**
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