The Girl With Glass Feet by Ali Shaw

by evillebibliophile@evpl on Monday, January 25 2010, 9:02am. Viewed 1,073 times.

The Girl with Glass FeetI just finished this book a few days ago, and I still have yet to find the right words to describe it.  Here is what I wrote on GoodReads right after I read it:

At once monochrome, dull, and gray and at the same time hauntingly beautiful, The Girl with Glass Feet is a timeless love story doomed from the beginning.  But though it is full of hopelessness it is also full of hope.  Though it is unrealistic in its portrayal of the natural order of things, it is at the same time uncannily pure in its portrayal of the pain and wonderfulness of love.  It takes the reader on a journey that is strange and unearthly but at the same time to a place of which we all, as human beings, are painfully familiar.  This is a story of pain, of loss, of cowardice, of bravery, but most importantly, of what we can accomplish because of the love of others. It shows us that we need not be bound by our past. In a word, it is beautiful.

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