About the Book
“Anything can happen. But what goes wrong isn’t your fault. You can’t spend the rest of your life tiptoeing around to try and avert disaster. It won’t work. You’ll just end up missing the life you have.”
That being said, whether or not I've read this before, I still liked it. I was disappointed that Phoebe didn't have a larger role though. Especially because the book revolved around the decision to give her up. Instead it focused on the outcome of the choice. It wasn't a bad way to go about the story, but it's not really what I was hoping to read.
Although I did ultimately find myself drawn to and enjoying the story, I was disappointed that this was a recommendation given to me for the mental disability reading challenge. I guess it kind of is... maybe about least half the story, and that's if I'm being nice. But it's really more of a background thing to the big issue.
As an interesting story to read, I recommend it. As something to read for a diversity challenge, I'm iffy about. I debated between 3 and 4 platypires, but decided to bring it up because it was still a good story.