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The Fall of Innocence

The aftermath of Emilia’s attack had such a profound impact on her life that she was unable to speak for a year and she would sometimes identity herself as a crow. Struggling to retain normalcy, Emilia tries to suppress her memories of her attacker; however, they begin to resurface when a new discovery about her attacker’s identity comes to light. The author, Jenny Torres Sanchez, uses different perspectives to illustrate how Emilia’s attack continues to haunt those who love her. Personally, I found this book to be very captivating and interesting; however, some parts of the book were slow. Keep in mind that this book is not for everyone, as it is a heavy story that focuses on many grim themes. Overall, I would recommend this book to mature teen readers.
Rating: 4.5/5

Review by Alice L.
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