So I was quite interested when I heard this book would come out. I quite loved the Peculiar Children’s series, and I was hoping for more information about peculiars, and maybe even meet more different ones than just the ones in the normal series.
To some it might’ve seemed callous, the way she boxed up her pain and set it aside, but I knew her well enough now to understand. She had a heart the size of France, and the lucky few whom she loved with it were loved with every square inch—but its size made it dangerous, too. If she let it feel everything, she’d be wrecked. So she had to tame it, shush it, shut it up. Float the worst pains off to an island that was quickly filling with them, where she would go to live one day.