If you love novels with murder mysteries, then you will definitely like Delia Owens’ “Where the Crawdads Sing”. This book can dig into the loneliness in people’s hearts, and bring the turmoil and ugliness in the world back to the truth through poetic words. With the simplest and true stories, it touches the most primitive longings in the heart, and also understand what people are looking for in their lives.
The background of the story is set in the swamps of North Carolina from 1952 to 1970. The protagonist Kya Clarke has experienced abandonment, neglect and merciless treatment, which is particularly pitiful. As if ignored and forgotten by the whole world, Kya Clarke was expecting her family to return and the residents of other places to accept her, but in the end, only deep sadness and loneliness linger, only the creatures on the edge of the swamp can hear the tragedy hidden in the heart of the protagonist in the book.
The protagonist Kya Clarke in the book drives the whole story, and the place and time of the story are full of sadness. After being abandoned by her family, the protagonist Kya Clarke can only survive alone in the swamps in the wilderness. “Where the Crawdads Sing” is like an animated story, describing a small town surrounded by tragedy. The story is poignant and an audio book that is definitely worth listening to.
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