The House In The Cerulean Sea By TJ Klune has a fantastical cast of characters that I absolutely adored and a fun, wonderfully written plot. However, for those that live in a reality of 40-somethings living alone with their cats? It starts as a brutal reflection of reality and then a taste of something ached for, but reality often never provides.
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