The Wicker King by K. Ancrum
Review by: Ivy
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Deep and dark, The Wicker King explored the teenage brain, and what can happen to it when neglected. An awesome exploration of human connections, displaying a spiraling relationship the audience can do nothing about. It was a frustrating and sad book, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel, as you can see when the literally dark stained pages grow lighter. Rating: Four/Five
For Fans Of: Books About Mental Illness, Books With Cool Covers, Books With Black Pages
- “Where we are, there is light.” The wind blew hard from the east and the trees rustled their branches. “From where I’m standing… it is warm enough.”
- “But your best is not good enough sometimes.”… “Sometimes… you have to stop trying and just let someone else try their best. In order to survive.”
- “If you drop the weight you are carrying, it is okay. You can build yourself back up out of the pieces.”