At first, I didn't think I'd like this book if it was going to be filled with lengthy metaphors as in the description of the British pound, but somehow by the time I was asked to agree to view a scar as a thing of beauty, I was hooked. The scenes in this book are so poignant and heart wrenching that I came to see them as beautiful as well. Yes, I cried through much of the book and yes, it might have been nice to have everything tied up with a bow on it at the end of the story but then, I might have felt duped if it had. The writing is lyrical and I enjoyed the narration tremendously. I loved this book and would recommend it to anyone with a heart.
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