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Tell the Wolves I'm Home: A Novel

Tell the Wolves I'm Home: A Novel - Carol Rifka Brunt Add this to your reading list if you loved The Virgin Suicides, Catcher in the Rye, In One Person and The Fault in Our Stars. This book has sickness, death, dysfunctional families and the angst associated with becoming an adult. Secrets abound! A painting becomes a symbol of all that's gone wrong in the family and all that could go right. A quick and fun read (and socially relevant too, concerning AIDS and the stigma associated with the disease). Rifka Brunt makes sure we'll never forget the injustice done to the LGBT community - and hopefully we've come a long way from the kind of atmosphere portrayed in the book.

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