The town of Jefferson is a fallen legacy.
This book made me CRY. But, This book made me CRY.
But, here we go. So, what's this book about? At some point, we all began to stumble into the in-betweens, the murky colors made dark and complicated by resentment and quiet anger. At some point, my mother slid so off track she sank into hues of gray, a world drawn only in shadows. To read The Astonishing Color of After felt like a privilege and a gift.
This is a book written with a complex beauty—it plays with colors and turns to poetry as its muse. I relished the way Emily X.
Pan told the story of Leigh. And I found myself so awed by individual pages, underlining and pondering passages, reading them again and again to savor them and roll them around in my mind. Pan shines a light on the dustless, unfaded patches the loss of a loved one leaves behind.
Did we love her wrong? Who was at fault?
How did we fail her? What makes a person so fiercely loved want to die? We need to talk about these things, so that we no longer feel alone. She incorporated so many new revelations about her history into the anthology of herself and the deeper she dug, the deeper she delved into herself, and the more shocking a relief is the first unfurling of her healing.
Leigh decides she is done letting people determine which world she belongs to—she is as much Taiwanese as she is American, and she feels the truth of it through her.
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