It’s fairly easy to find a story about young people dealing with various issues. It’s more difficult, though, to find one dealing with the siblings of those young people. So I’m usually highly optimistic when such a story comes across my radar. This one did not disappoint.
Rain has always taken care of her twin brother Ethan. As the sister of a person with autism, her life has its own obstacles. But she rises to each challenge, putting Ethan’s needs before hers. She eventually finds out just how difficult it is to put her life on old for everyone else. And the hardest part may be realizing that Ethan doesn’t need her as much as he used to.
This is a book with a solid storyline. It’s enjoyable and believable. The little sidenotes from Rain’s blog make it even more so. Four stars!
Buy It Now: Rules of Rain