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In "The Salt God's Daughter", a teenage girl presents a mystery. Who is this young woman's father? Why did he leave? —And what’s up her deformed foot?
There’s a huge consequences-of-bullying theme here, as well as that of close-female bonds. The Salt God's Daughter reminded me of "White Oleander," not because of the plot, but the energy of the mother-daughter relationships.
I've been mulling over and thinking about this story long after I read it. It brings up so many feelings: longing for lost family, hurt, and love. In some ways, this novel is simply about the price of being a sensitive creature—something "far above rubies," of any color or clarity.
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