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They think they

This story is so sad and yet so true to life, so real, so necessary. Okay, it's an interesting premise and has a lot of potential.

She wants to celebrate Mama Lacy's birthday by scattering her ashes in the last place that they ever felt at home as a family together which was Asheville, N. But honestly, this book succeeds mostly in the field of making you fucking cry. Her name is Ophelia, and she goes by the nickname Fella. Of course, they've never gone on a long road trip alone together, so they don't know what's lying in wait for them.

On why she

On the road trip Fella and Zany undertake Zany shows up in the middle of the night to sweep Fella away along with Mama Lacy's ashes. Our protagonist is living with her grandmother after one of her mothers has died.

They think they can make it there and back before anybody wakes up in the morning. On why she became a writer I grew up with parents who modeled storytelling as a way to deal with hardship. Madison hasn't come downstairs in her slippery cheetah robe, waving Mr. Her sister is living with her other mother. Her newest novel is a story about about sisters trying to fulfill their mother's dying wish to spread her ashes in the last place the family was happy.

So they're going from the Beckley, W. Conflict towards the beginning feels manufactured and often doesn't ring true, until we reach the ending. He's barking every five seconds, yip yip yip, all shrill like a smoke detector with its batteries low. All I can say is that Ashes to Asheville is about the complexities of family. My one complaint might be the slowness of the plot.

Every character feels real and genuine. This book is written gorgeously. Like how to be brave, or how to find the right words to say what's on my mind. However, this was completely remedied by the perfectly hopeful ending. On Fella's character So Fella is the narrator she.