It’s been several months since we devoured the gorgeous ‘Paper Butterflies’ and we still get teary when we think about it.
June’s beautiful story of hope, friendship and love while being trapped in a dangerous home full of secrets and fear is one that we won’t forget in a hurry. It’s looks like we’re not the only ones who feel that way, either.
— Kerry Drewery (@KerryDrewery) August 24, 2016
@LisaHeathfield Carrie loved your book, finished it in one sitting. Cried on the train too.
— Soshua Jeigal (@joshuaseigal) August 31, 2016
Yeah, “cruel and emotional” just about sums it up…
— Claire Marris (@MarrisCmarris) August 30, 2016
All authors should aspire to filling their readers with fear. Keeps us on our toes.
— Lindsay Galvin 🌊 (@LindsayGalvin) August 17, 2016
‘Paper Butterflies’ just brings out the poet in all of us.
— Alice Marshall (@aliceymarshall) September 15, 2016
All good books brings you buckets full of pain. It’s a fact.
— Something Like Lydia (@thinglikelydia) September 20, 2016
I mean, come on. If a book breaks THE PERSON THAT WROTE IT no one else has a chance…
— Lisa Heathfield (@LisaHeathfield) September 13, 2016
What do you mean you haven’t read it yet? You should buy it. Like now.
Tell us what you love about ‘Paper Butterflies’ in the comments below.
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