Fates and Furies

“Like that, all at once, Mathilde grew up over Aurelie’s skin.” That sentence pretty much summed up Lauren Groff’s Fates and Furies for me. It’s a book highly concerned with facade, which is often portrayed by the characters’ skin — the metaphorical skin Mathilde grows over her childhood self, and even the actual skin on Lotto’s face, which evolves… Read more Fates and Furies