The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender Setting

Leslye Walton
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Pinnacle Lane

Pinnacle Lane is both a road and a neighborhood in a largely residential area of Seattle, Washington. Pinnacle Lane ascends a hill, at the top of which is the large home and property formerly belonging to Captain de Dores, and now belonging to the Lavender family. It is where Ava, Henry, Viviane, Emilienne, Gabe, and Trouver live. Pinnacle Lane is also home to the Cooper family, including Cardigan and Rowe, and the Widow Marigold Pie, whose house also serves as a temporary home for her nephew, Nathaniel. The neighborhood is located near a reservoir, popular among the kids, and is a quiet, welcoming neighborhood. The night of Ava’s attack, everyone from Pinnacle Lane and beyond turns out for a massive vigil to pray for her life. The name of “Pinnacle Lane” should also be noted. A pinnacle is a great height, or upmost elevation, and heights...

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