Today @KirkusReviews...

...I wrote about Elana K. Arnold's Infandous:

It’s about mothers and daughters, about how girls become women. It’s about how intensely we can love; about the complexity of those love bonds; about loving a parent with your whole heart while also being ready to become your own person; about wanting to be comforted by a person while also wanting to protect her. It deals with economic class and gender roles—so, yes, along with the fairy tales, it’s safe to say that Infandous hit ALL of my buttons—and Arnold’s choices in choosing the fairy tales and myths to highlight are bull’s-eyes, all, but in a way that feels organic, not forced.