February 3, 2010

Weeping Underwater Looks A Lot Like Laughter by Michael J. White

George is the new kid in a strange town. Moving isn't easy, especially when you are a junior in high school. Now he has to make new friends and find a way to fit in with a crowd that baffles him. When he meets two sisters, Katie and Emily, he finally feels like he belongs. George is falling for Emily but Katie seems to understand him on a deeper level. Katie is at war with multiple sclerosis and even though she is the one with the disease, it affects Emily and George in a major way. What will happen to these three people who have come to depend on each other so much?

This remarkable book that is dedicated to friendship. Michael has a writing style that inspires you to be a better person. In my life, I have found that there are some books that connect with you on a deeper level and this is one of those books.

Penguin Group (USA)
February 4, 2010
352 pages
$24.95 US

Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of this book so that I could write an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. so what's your review about it?? I read the description, but this is not the kind of book I want to spend time reading... too dark a fiction for me, I usually like to read memoirs if I want to read dark and sad stuff... But for fictions, I want something cheeful.., something I don't see on the news headlines or on 20/20 ..... It's just me....