A Little Life
The novel’s cruelest moments are when happiness is suddenly extinguished for one character; the most devastation is found in the implications of these moments on the other three.
It’s such an infuriating book, but I think that only a talented author could make me want to swear, weep, and shout about how cruel a book it is. It’s not badly-written by any means, but the plot is exhausting.
A single trigger warning doesn’t really suffice. Don’t read A Little Life and expect an easy read with a happy ending.
However, it’s worth noting that the novel does possess beauty, inspiration, and–at times–a glimmer of hope. It’s a representation of life, albeit a very hard one, and I’m glad to have read it.
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