Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned by Wells Tower
Picador, 2010
256 pgs, 3 stars

SUMMARY: See my post Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned

FASHION: You are all over the map little Miss Midwestern girl. Your sleek ponytail and distressed denim show that you’re ready for anything, whether it’s verbally sparing with your siblings or eating diseased Moose meat just to prove a point.

Cover up your broken heart with an American flag sweatshirt, because America is the one lady that can take your mind off your devestation. Shrug on that blue messenger bag of tricks. It holds the key to throwing readers off your scent, plus all your emotional baggage.

Your bright yellow nails match the cover and act as a sort of camouflage, which might come in handy when you’re hunting (lol, who are you kidding? You don’t actually hunt. You’re a city kid in the wild Midwest). You haven’t quite become “one” with nature, so you still need your red lip gloss. A little bit of Rebel Red never hurt anyone!

Your leopard print (yes, because I’m obsessed with leopard print, but also because the story “Leopard” was killer) shoes reflect your animal nature—always looking out for number one. But who can blame you? It’s tough out there in the wild.

About Natalie Ramm

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