YOUNG ADULT FICTION
by A.S. King
Submitted by Emily D.
This book is weird but well worth the read.
Told through alternating perspectives of
different personalities the reader gets to see the unknown depths of these "predictable" characters.
The author digs (see what I did there?) into issues of racism, privilege, and toxic masculinity in ways that don't seem overly preachy.
Winner of the
Michael L. Printz Award (2020)