People could push and pull at you, and poke you, and probe as deep as they could go. They could even tear you apart, bit by bit. But at the heart and root and soul of you, something would remain untouched.
I liked it overall. I think I shall forget it rather quickly though, as there was nothing particularly memorable about it*, but it was a pleasant paranormal tale with a classic feel and a touch of humor, as much about death and peace, as it was about living and meaning. Very metaphorical. MG.She liked the word “ineffable” because it meant a feeling so big or vast that it could not be expressed in words. And yet, because it could not be expressed in words, people had invented a word to express it, and that made Liesl feel hopeful somehow.
* Other than these two quotes for me.