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The story of Violet and her mountain, and the love story that is threatened by her sense that she owes the mountain something of herself- all of herself- you wouldn't think so outright, but this story is relatable. I read this story as a parable about love, loss, grief and attachment, and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride. I loved the romance in this book, but I enjoyed the love story between all the characters just as much. There's a strong thread of "chosen family matters, invest in them" for me here.
I wish I was better at reviews. I adored this story so much. I've known my share of Violets, and been Violet myself at times. I took from this book a strong lesson about grief, attachment and duty, couched in a whimsical coming-into-her-own rock star love story.
I went through a whole range of emotions when reading the book as there was a lot of transition and change throughout the story. At first I didn't think that I would like Violet's character but she is like that quirky cousin that you can't help but love. Lala's personality added a lot of color and comic relief when needed. Overall there wasn't a character I didn't like although it took me a while to "understand" Edmund's logic in his actions.