It amazes me that THE GIRL WHO FELL FROM THE SKY is Heidi W. Durrowâ€™s debut novel. It is poetic, poignant, beautiful and elegiac with the panache of a seasoned writer. Once I started it, I could not stop thinking about it. It haunted my days until I finished it. Durrow has a talent that is rare and brilliant, like the northern lights.
February 11, 2011
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