Infinite Home by Kathleen Alcott

When their laughter had finally settled in their bodies, they sat on the moist earth and continued to watch an algorithem so expertly designed, so decisively executed, that they never felt the nibble of mosquitos or the swift hints of a rain.  Paulie said something about this being like the beginning of the world, and Edward couldn’t even bring his eyes to roll, they were so full, and wet, and open.

My favorite line from Inifinite Home as Alcott captures awe and grief together in her novel.

 

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