No One is Alone

Rating: 4 out of 5.

If Michaela had only known that that was the last time she would see her mother alive, she would tell her how much she loved her. Instead, she finds herself suddenly without a mother and forced to leave her school, her town, and her home to live with her father. And six hours after the death of her mother, she finds herself in her father’s home, with the family she never knew he had.

Rachel Vincent has written a great coming of age story focusing on the importance of communication and how not communicating can shatter the carefully constructed lives we build.

Disclaimer: An advance copy was provided by Bloomsbury USA Children’s Books.

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