Book: Far From The Tree
Author: Robin Benway
This is my 54th book of the year
I am streaming through audiobooks right now because we are painting our entire first floor. Our contractors are on a 2 week break from our remodel and told us it was time to paint. 5-6 hours a day of painting calls for endless audiobooks
This is the story of three siblings - Grace, Maya, and Joaquin. All three adopted when they were very young, they have no idea the other exists until Grace decides - as a teenager who just had a baby of her own - to hunt for her biological family. She is an only child until she finds Maya - her biological younger sister and Joaquin - her older brother. All three had been searching for where they belong and finding each other brings all kinds of feelings to the surface that they will work through together. All of them have loving adoptive families who have their backs while they work out their new normal together.
This was a pretty good book. It was a quick listen and the writing was good. Maya is witty with some pretty good lines. There was a BIT too much drama, but with such a quick read, it didn't bother me much. I liked the idea of the story and how they painted adoption in a positive light along with the realities of what that means for the child who was adopted.
Check this one out - you won't be disappointed.
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