All the Ugly and Wonderful Things Themes & Motifs

Bryn Greenwood
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Love

Greenwood uses a controversial pairing to prove that love is felt by people of all ages and that it transcends the boundaries of societal approval. Wavy is only eight years old when she meets Kellen for the first time. He is already a young adult yet very sexually inexperienced. Their connection is instantaneous. The night they meet, Wavy does not seem to be bothered by Kellen's blood or by touching him. However, prior to this event she rejected all forms of physical touch. This is an innocent and instant feeing of camaraderie.

Their love blossoms slowly throughout the novel. Wavy seems to push sexual acts because she observes the women in her life showing their affection for Liam through sexual acts. To Wavy, this is how adults show their love. But Kellen knows better. Kellen wants romance and cuddling and intimacy. He longs to smell Wavy...

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