Sea Glass

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 review
Song-jin chooses to live in seclusion in the shadows of his family’s South Korean hotel. As an independent climate researcher, he spends his days watching birds and writing a book about the wetland habitats of Busan. Then paparazzi photographer Tae-yul crash-lands into Song-jin's quiet life, helping him to realize that his existence has only ever been about survival. More
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About Celeste Avonne

Celeste Avonne is a novelist, a mom, a journalist, and teacher. She writes characters who struggle with racial identity and LGBT+ representation. She graduated from Texas State with a degree in writing, taught in the public school system for a decade, and lived in Korea for a year. She loves cats, fanfiction, cookies, and travel. She currently lives in San Marcos, Texas, with her son, her fiance, and their friendly feline overlord. She believes wholeheartedly that stories will save the world.

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Reviews of Sea Glass by Celeste Avonne

Shadyy Shai reviewed on May 7, 2020

Sea Glass, written by the talented Celeste Avonne is more than a love story. It's a journey of accepting one self and be loved by others. Through the diverse and interesting characters and their dynamic, readers can relate easily to them. Personally, I relate to one of the main character and it made me reflect on my own situation. And that's why made the story and the author so special and compelling. She made readers think about what truly matters in life, made them question their beliefs and educate them at the same time.
I hope that a lot of people will appreciate the book.
Althea M.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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