In the aftermath of an accident, Hazel Ford struggles to put her life back in order along with her memories which are still as lost as she feels. Hazel is a dedicated high school teacher. Even though she’s still recovering from a traumatic brain injury, she promptly returns to educate a class of Advanced Placement students. There are several hard lessons ahead for all involved.

I enjoyed revisiting the themes spurred by references to The Great Gatsby and the spirit of reinvention and redemption. I also felt it was over the top at times with a few plot holes that were patched together with spit and glue. I still recommend this novel if you like stories that contain many worthwhile references to art, literature, self-discovery, and female empowerment.

I’d like to thank NetGalley for an advanced copy of Beautiful Little Furies for my unbiased evaluation.  3 stars

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