WTRO2 is short for Want To Read Or Own, a feature I host here on Reckless Indulgence, where I showcase a book that has captured my interest recently. If I can swing it and get myself a copy, the book will again be featured among an upcoming book haul post.
Annnnd, for books that are part of a series, see SIWTGI.
Pub Date July 10, 2012
Genres QUILTBAG / LGBTQUIA, M/M Romance, Contemporary,
YA, Disability, Family, Fiction
“Skylar is my name, tragically.”
Sixteen-year-old Skylar is witty, empathetic, sensitive–and mute. Skylar hasn’t uttered a single word since his mother died eleven years ago, a senseless tragedy he’s grateful he doesn’t have to talk about.
When Skylar’s father mysteriously vanishes one summer afternoon, Skylar is placed in the temporary custody of his only remaining relative, an estranged grandmother living on an Indian reservation in the middle of arid Arizona.
Adapting to a brand new culture is the least of Skylar’s qualms. Because Skylar’s mother did not die a peaceful death. Skylar’s mother was murdered eleven years ago on the Nettlebush Reserve. And her murderer left behind a son.
And he is like nothing Skylar has ever known.
Any takers on this one? Who else thinks this sounds like a keeper?
The entire series sounds incredible, to be completely honest with you. You can find all the books here. There’s seven of them so far. Anyone read this series yet? Is it worth getting into?