The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender Characters

Leslye Walton
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Ava Lavender

Ava Lavender is the main character, principal protagonist, and narrator of the novel “The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender” by Leslye Walton. Ava is the daughter of Viviane Lavender and Jack Griffith, is the twin sister of Henry Lavender, and is the granddaughter of Emilienne Lavender. Ava is born on March 1, 1944, with a pair of wings that nobody can explain. They are not surgically removed, for her wings and body are dependent upon one another. Word of Ava’s birth spreads, and different people consider her everything from an angel to a monster. Ava, however, knows she is merely a girl – just one who happens to have been born with wings. Though she longs for a normal life, Viviane keeps Ava locked up at home, refusing to allow her off the hill on which their house is located. By the time she is 15, Ava is...

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