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Little Fires Everywhere By Celeste Ng. Fiction, 2017. This story is all about family, bringing in elements of adoption and surrogacy as a twist later in the story that helps to make sense of story’s framework. Little Fires Everywhere provides the perspective of a biological mother struggling with her life and her decisions in the surrogacy process. The book tells a colorful story of different types of families and the complexities they all come with, and how one decision can influence so many aspects of a person’s life and those around them. Little Fires Everywhere provides the perspective from the surrogate, and the stigma from outsiders and family that can come with the process. It is a unique perspective often overlooked in media around adoption and surrogacy. [blog tags? Surrogacy]
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