summer reading #2

tell the wolves

TELL THE WOLVES I’M HOME

by Carol Rifka Brunt

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“I stared hard, trying to find a pattern. Thinking if I kept looking hard enough, maybe the pieces of the world would fit back together into something I could understand.” 
― Carol Rifka BruntTell the Wolves I’m Home

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In this story of unrequited love, June chronicles her relationship with her Uncle Finn – an artist who has left traces of his life behind. In turn, she spends her days with a mysterious man from Finn’s past, who has stepped into her life for a very important reason…

 

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“That’s different,” I said. And it was. A portrait is a picture where somebody gets to choose what you look like. How they want to see you. A camera catches whichever you happens to be there when it clicks.” 
― Carol Rifka BruntTell the Wolves I’m Home 

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