The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender - Chapter 13 – Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

Leslye Walton
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Chapter 13 – Ava relates that her mother forces her to stay on the hill for various reasons, not least which among them is the fact that Ava has wings, and that she won’t be able to protect Ava from the very thing which has hurt Viviane so badly – love. As such, 15-year-old Ava listens with great interest to 15-year-old Cardigan’s relationship stories lying sprawled out in the yard. Henry begins shouting “Pinna hurt!” causing Viviane to check on Ava. It is then that Ava and Cardigan see a taxi pull up to Marigold Pie’s house, out of which steps a man with an old suitcase, in which he carries a black journal. Both girls think he is incredibly attractive, and they hide when he glances in their direction. Ava wonders if the man liked what he saw.

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