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Little Fires Everywhere Everyone In Shaker Heights Was Talking About It That Summer How Isabelle, The Last Of The Richardson Children, Had Finally Gone Around The Bend And Burned The House DownIn Shaker Heights, A Placid, Progressive Suburb Of Cleveland, Everything Is Meticulously Planned From The Layout Of The Winding Roads, To The Colours Of The Houses, To The Successful Lives Its Residents Will Go On To Lead And No One Embodies This Spirit Than Elena Richardson, Whose Guiding Principle Is Playing By The Rules.Enter Mia Warren An Enigmatic Artist And Single Mother Who Arrives In This Idyllic Bubble With Her Teenage Daughter Pearl, And Rents A House From The Richardsons Soon Mia And Pearl Become Than Just Tenants All Four Richardson Children Are Drawn To The Alluring Mother Daughter Pair But Mia Carries With Her A Mysterious Past, And A Disregard For The Rules That Threatens To Upend This Carefully Ordered Community.When The Richardsons Friends Attempt To Adopt A Chinese American Baby, A Custody Battle Erupts That Dramatically Divides The Town And Puts Mia And Mrs Richardson On Opposing Sides Suspicious Of Mia And Her Motives, Mrs Richardson Becomes Determined To Uncover The Secrets In Mia S Past But Her Obsession Will Come At Unexpected And Devastating Costs To Her Own Family And Mia SLittle Fires Everywhere Explores The Weight Of Long Held Secrets And The Ferocious Pull Of Motherhood And The Danger Of Believing That Planning And Following The Rules Can Avert Disaster, Or Heartbreak.


About the Author: Celeste Ng

Celeste Ng is the author of the novel Everything I Never Told You, which was a New York Times bestseller, a New York Times Notable Book of 2014, s 1 Best Book of 2014, and named a best book of the year by over a dozen publications Everything I Never Told You was also the winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, the Asian Pacific American Award for Literature, the ALA s Alex Award, and the



10 thoughts on “Little Fires Everywhere

  1. says:

    The order of the small town on the riverbankForever at war with the order of the dark and starlit soul Adrienne Rich, 8 1 68 The nonconformist has always been at war with the suburbs Adrienne Rich was writing about it 50 years ago, and she surely was not the first I can understand this dichotomy I myself have certainly experienced suburbs where a high level of conformity see


  2. says:

    All her life, she had learned that passion, like fire, was a dangerous thing It so easily went out of control. 4 1 2 stars You should go into this book expecting what it is a slow moving character portrait filled with complex family dynamics and small town politics If you know what this is, like with Ng s Everything I Never Told You, and don t go into it expecting fast pacing and hig


  3. says:

    4.25 stars Little Fires Everywhere is such an apt title for a novel that delves into the intricacies and angst that undoubtedly burns through some relationships maybe none so than mother and daughter At its core, this story explores the notion that being a mother doesn t mean being perfect it comes down to love, sacrifice and sheer will Through her cast of captivating characters, Celeste Ng c


  4. says:

    My reviews can also be seen at Little Fires Everywhere is my first read by Celeste Ng, but I m pretty sure that it won t be my last I could easily have read this book in just one or two sittings but life got in the way in this case life being a glass of 7up, a knee jerk and Nooo Save the books But once the book was dry, I picked it up again and didn t stop until I finished the last page.Everything in Shaker


  5. says:

    Dang If this book does not get your brain churning, well, then you did not read the same book I just did This book is filled with so many scenarios with so many questions and no perfect answers Every situation is a little pile of kindling and any of the questionable solutions will only ignite the fire soon you have a bunch of fires ready to burn everything to the ground Man, that would be a great title for this book


  6. says:

    Most of the time, everyone deserves than one chance We all do things we regret now and then You just have to carry them with you Never in my life have I read any book, any narrative, that cared as deeply for all of its characters as this one did Little Fires Everywhere lives in the grey area, leaving it impossible not to be invested, impossible not to love every character and cry for every character and root


  7. says:

    I pre ordered this book months ago It arrived at 12 01am today I ve been reading non stop a one sitting read with a few necessity breaks Here s is my problem I feel as if I ve read this story before I was only mildly interested in many scenes There were parts I found trite and parts I found semi boring Personally I found the characters to be very one dimensional Here s another problem I have Yesterday I finished reading In The Fall The


  8. says:

    I d rate this 3.5 stars I know, it s killing me, too Sometimes one of my greatest frustrations with books I read is that it is difficult for me to believe that a character would do something egregious as a knee jerk reaction to something they don t agree with I know, I m reading fiction, which isn t always directly based on real life, but sometimes a character s actions are so ridiculous and ring so false that they really change my feeli


  9. says:

    I think it s safe to say that I ll read everything Celeste Ng ever writes.Just like in a mystery book, you have to work at getting to the root of her stories She doesn t hand you the plot from the get go, but instead offers you kernels of the story until everything comes together at the very end Although this can lead to frustration or boredom, especially with the sometimes barebones plot, I loved it.I m very much a character focused reade


  10. says:

    So, self identification determines if a book is YA Based on than 60% of the content, this is young adult material It s good parts are excellent, others not so much I liked Mia s backstory as she became an artist using experimental photography I thought that the custody dispute concerning Oriental Barbie was worth at least a star or two.A lot of the characters are clich d The at home Mr Richardson could be a cardboard cutout with excellent earning skills He fair


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