Tell the Wolves I’m Home – Carol Rifka Brunt

This is a story about jealousy, how jealousy poisons our loves and lives when left unchecked. Set in the 1980s, 14-year-old June is left alone in the world when her uncle, the only person she felt understood her, dies of AIDS. She soon starts sneaking away from home to meet with her uncle’s boyfriend, Toby, who her family blames for her uncle’s death. I loved reading about her complicated relationships with her uncle, Toby, and her perplexing sister, Greta. This is a very strong debut novel, and I’m excited to see what else Brunt has up her sleeves. (submitted by NE)

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