Jars of Glass by Brad Barkley

jars-of-glassSummary: Two sisters, aged fourteen and fifteen, offer their views of events that occur during the year after their mother is diagnosed with schizophrenia and their family, including a recently adopted Russian orphan, begins to disintegrate. 246 p., Dutton.


1 Comment

  1. I enjoyed this book. I would recommend it to others to read, but it’s not gonna win. It’s a bit to late in the year for one thing, as well as it seems that there is relatively no plot developement I think. I just really love the characters in this, and what’s going on. I think it works well with the two authors 😀

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