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355 pages, Hardcover
First published March 27, 2018
“People are a lot like magical pockets. They're a lot bigger on the inside than they appear to be on the outside.”
"You are the Daughter of Death," hissed Aru. "You don't walk into a telephone pole because of a boy."
“I believe that the world could be different. I believe that our destinies aren't chains around our necks, but wings that give us flight.”
“Aru was twelve years old. Even she knew that half the time she didn't know what she was doing.”
“Aru used to think that friends were there to share your food and keep your secrets and laugh at your jokes while you walked from one classroom to the next. Sometimes, though, the best kind of friend is the one who doesn't say anything but just sits beside you. It's enough.”
“But worry for a friend can make ordinary circumstances extraordinary.”