This book was an interesting look at the importance of religion and community after a tragedy. It is a great book about the current issues with school shootings and it also includes LGBTQ+ characters and a muted romantic story line.
The Fault in Our Stars offers a new perspective on cancer, mental health, and hope. The main character, Hazel Lancaster has been living with lung cancer for several years, and she has accepted that she is going to die. Then, she meets a boy, Augustus Waters, and she gains hope that everything could be okay. This book is an emotional roller coaster that never slows down.
This book examines the United State's unfair immigration policies through a 17-year-old girl, Natasha Kingsley's last day in New York City before her family is deported. In addition, the themes of mental health, dreams, and immigrant families are explored.