Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens – Book Review

In the marshes of North Carolina, a girl lives, abandoned by most of her family. She raises herself and avoids most people, and has become a mysterious legend in the nearby community. But when a man is found dead, the police need to figure out if Kya is to blame.

I loved this so much. The way Owens describes the marsh and Kya’s life is stunning, and while her existence is heartbreaking, there’s still a sense of hope and possibility.

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