pyrajane’s review #36: The Birth House by Ami McKay
I was mad for so much of this book, but this means that I cared. You can’t get mad about something if you don’t think it matters.
Dora Rare is seventeen and living in a remote town in Nova Scotia at the start of World War I. She’s the first daughter to be born in many generations of Rares, so right away she’s got a strike against her. She doesn’t fit in and she’s not sure what she should be doing with herself. Lucky for her, she has Miss B.