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  1. Weirdly, the plot of this reminds me of some horror novels. For example, there are some horror novels in which vampires can only leave their homeland if they have dirt from their homeland on their person. I recall one book in which the woman would sow dirt into her long dresses. I wonder if this novel would be totally different if she had a companion who traveled with her her entire life. Is it about loneliness, or travel, or having a home?

  2. I would say it’s about all three of those themes. She’s lonely, and in desperate want of a home, but she’s not really allowed to have one? It’s a bit about travel too, but I wouldn’t say it glorifies it, which I thought I might…

  3. It really was Laila! I think you’d enjoy this one. Not too dark, but not too light either.

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