Established in the year 2020, The Haven is home to teens who are classed as Terminals, whose education, food, rest, and behavior are strictly monitored to save them from Disease, but Shiloh and Gabriel remember a different kind of life, and are on the verge of rebellion.
When high school senior Amy, who has cerebral palsy, has her mom hire peer helpers to assist her around school, an expected relationship develops between Amy and helper Matthew.
This mesmerizing story of love, loss, family, and betrayal is told in alternating perspectives in two different points in time by Jude and her twin brother Noah.
Get to know Biddy and Quincy, roommates who graduated from the same high school special ed program, as they both describe their first “real world” experiences in this emotion-packed book.
This is the perfect teen summer read! Click on the post to find out more about this book.
“You can lose yourself in repetition–quiet your thoughts; I learned the value of this at a very young age.”