২৩শে জুন, ২০২৪ খ্রিস্টাব্দ, রবিবার, ভোর ৫:১৫

Summer Bird Blue

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রবিবার, ১৭ জুলাই, ২০২২

Rumi isn’t sure about a lot of things, but one thing she knows for certain is that she wants to spend her life writing music with her younger sister Lea. But when Lea dies in a car accident and her mother sends her away to her aunt’s place in Hawaii to deal with her own grief, Rumi’s world crumbles down. Thousands of miles away from home and abandoned by her mother, Rumi struggles to navigate the loss of her sister. With the help of a grumpy old neighbor and a bubbly new friend, she tries to find her way back to music and write the last song she and Lea didn’t get the chance to finish. This book is about the loss of loved ones and the struggle of overcoming grief and how someone’s death affects their family. This book is also about Rumi’s finding out her identity and accepting herself. The aro-ace representation in Rumi was portrayed truly well. This book has multi-racial characters, and all the side characters are well developed. The author depicted how the loss of loved ones affects their family’s mental health and why it is important for other people to stick by their side when they are dealing with insurmountable grief. This is a poignant tale, and simultaneously, it is a tale of love and hope.

-Ariana


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