A Life, Redefined

Seven years ago, an innocent act by Rowan Slone turned her life into a nightmare. Since the age of ten she’s lived with the burden of her baby brother’s death. Now she is seventeen and all she wants to do is graduate high school, go to college, and escape the loveless family she has endured all these years—the same family that holds her responsible for his death. But no one holds her responsible more than herself.

A searing portrayal of a teen navigating her dysfunctional family that leaves readers hopeful. Kirkus Reviews

This Book Has Left Me Speechless!

I don't know where to start with this review because this book has left me speechless. A Life, Redefined is a YA novel that really looks into the tragedy of a teenage girl who has to go through abusive family and the guild of the past.

Wow Where To Begin?

This is such a great young adult book. It touches on so many problems that can beset young people today. Dealing with the deep emotional scars Rowan manages to also show a strength and resiliency that we can only admire.

I Really Couldn’t Put It Down!

I am not a fan of YA but I really couldn't put it down. Possibly I have spent almost all day reading this book. As I said, I'm not a fan of YA but then isn't it the ability of a great writer to open you up to something new, willing or not?

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