Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig (32/52)

Telling a story through the mind and words of an abused, autistic girl is a balancing act in empathy and inaction. Ludwig walks the fine line of moving the story forward while allowing the thinking pattern to keep us locked on details that don’t immediately make sense. This is a story of resilience and of patience, but mostly it is the story of understanding the baggage we carry. I thoroughly enjoyed the novel, yet Ginny can sometimes be relentlessly annoying. Good read.

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