Much to think about

Keurium by JS Lee should be a depressing and difficult to get through novel, but it’s not. Told in light, short vignettes full of witty and engaging dialogue, we learn about a young woman and why she is broken. Topics include adoption, race, rape, psychological abuse, mother, and the mind-body connection. Shay Stone takes a journey back in time within herself and then forward into who she will become. JS Lee gives us much to think about without making it a chore. –Junebug