Grief is a weird thing. It changes all the time, it's intensely personal while also being so universal, and you have to still try to live your regular life while hauling it around. Feder's book captures all of that and so much more.
In Amy Reed’s Invincible, things are looking pretty grim for 17-year-old cancer patient Evie. She’s back in the hospital after breaking her leg, which of course sucks, but at least she has acerbic Stella and sweet Caleb to keep her company. They are her hospital-world best friends. In her outside world, it seems unlikely that […]