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Change is risky – Letting Go of Gravity, by Meg Leder (book review)
Accepted to Harvard? Check. Chosen for prestigious medical research internship? Check. Eager and ready for these great opportunities? Nope. Parker’s meticulous life-plan to cure the cancer affecting her twin brother goes way off course during the summer after graduation, as the introvert finds herself in charge of senior citizen pottery painting classes, is amazed by new friend Ruby’s open-heartedness, and just might find a connection with artistic Finn from grade school. Happy book birthday to Letting Go of Gravity ! Have you read Leder’s 2016 novel The Museum of Heartbreak ? I recommended it here. Is it time for you to fly away from expectations? **kmm Book info: Letting Go …