She constantly withholds information, prepared to seed clues, but won't commit to full disclosure.
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The novel opens with Evie waking from an operation on her damaged ribcage. When the surgeon presents her with a piece of her rib, she makes a necklace from it, carving the pendant into the shape of a dragon.
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For years she has been surrounded by loving, decent people against whom she constantly judges herself: What she suffered, however, remains buried. Her two counsellors "got it as wrong as people can get it".
It is the eponymous dragon who leads Evie back to where she does not want to go — and for a purpose yet to be determined. This is neither fantasy nor magic realism.
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The Bone Dragon by Alexia Casale – review
Evie's shattered ribs have been a secret for the last four years. Now she has found the strength to tell her adoptive parents, and the physical traces of her past are fixed - the only remaining signs a scar on her side and a fragment of bone taken home from the hospital, which her uncle Ben helps her to carve into a dragon as a sign of her strength.
Soon this ivory talisman begins to come to life at night, offering wisdom and encouragement in roaming dreams of smoke and moonlight that come to feel ever more real. As Evie grows stronger there remains one problem her new parents can't fix for her: And it seems that the Dragon is the one to take it.
This subtly unsettling novel is told from the viewpoint of a fourteen-year-old girl damaged by a past she can't talk about, in a hypnotic narrative that, while giving increasing insight, also becomes increasingly unreliable.
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