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The Art of Saving the World Hardcover – September 15, 2020
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"Duyvis capably balances a zippy sci-fi plot that barrels along at a breathless pace with an intriguing look at how one girl in five different worlds could be both the same and different"-- "Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books"
- Grade level : 7 and up
- Item Weight : 1.19 pounds
- Hardcover : 384 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1419736876
- ISBN-13 : 978-1419736872
- Dimensions : 5.75 x 1.25 x 8.63 inches
- Reading level : 12 and up
- Publisher : Harry N. Abrams (September 15, 2020)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #781,915 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I knew by the time I finished the sample that I loved these characters. That I was attached to Neven and wanted to know how this would pan out. I didn’t expect it to hook me, you know?
I think that the fact that you managed five Hazels, all similar and all different, all memorably individual, is incredible. The characterization in this book was — inspiring. The — well. I won’t spoil the plot. But the ending was one satisfying turn after another, and I cried through 68 and the epilogue both. I would happily read four hundred more pages of this.
tldr I came for questioning ace lesbian and stayed for a found family of a dragon and five incredible Hazels
Top reviews from other countries
At it's heart this is a book about identity, what it means to be who you are, how to get to be who you want to be an if that journey is even possible. It's quiet and it's powerful and I have a lot of trouble articulating just what it says to me because even though it talks about saving the world it's at its heart very personal. I can heartily recommend it.
There are some moments of clumsy exposition but I found this compulsive reading. Best was simply that anxiety and fear felt real.