Pond is narrated by a young woman who is committed to living a self-directed life. Renting seaside this dainty bachelorette without a name has strong convictions about growing into female individuation as she sees it.
The author does a great job of illustrating her attitude towards life and the people in it. What seems to be a mundane existence has more to do with the characters objective nonchalance than the events themselves. Lazily reading through her stray thoughts you will find her strange reactions shockingly hilarious.
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As Jane Doe takes us through the days of her life we realize she lacks ambition, yet praises observation, the natural rhythms of life, primal urges and the satisfaction of being a mystery. Resentful and unmoved by those who are not, she can be twisted- complex as many of us are if we would admit to our true nature.
I love the balance in this book. It is a voyage in the dark and we never quite make it through. Clarie-Louise Bennet will make you wonder what this young lady will flourish into not just who.
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