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Samantha Wheeler’s ‘Everything I’ve Never Said’

‘Telling the story through Ava’s experience gives the reader a firsthand account of living with disability, breaking down preconceived ideas to create understanding. The characters in the story are all relatable, especially Ava, who, though frustrated by her inability to communicate, brings warmth and humour to the narrative. This is a...

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