"Waiting On" Wednesday (16): The Sound of Letting Go

Wednesday, July 31, 2013


  "Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

   My "eagerly anticipating" book this week is...

The Sound of Letting GoThe Sound of Letting Go
by: Stasia Ward Kehoe

Publication Date: Februrary 6th 2014
Add to your library: Goodreads



For sixteen years, Daisy has been good. A good daughter, helping out with her autistic younger brother uncomplainingly. A good friend, even when her best friend makes her feel like a third wheel. When her parents announce they’re sending her brother to an institution—without consulting her—Daisy’s furious, and decides the best way to be a good sister is to start being bad. She quits jazz band and orchestra, slacks in school, and falls for bad-boy Dave. 

But one person won’t let Daisy forget who she used to be: Irish exchange student and brilliant musician Cal. Does she want the bad boy or the prodigy? Should she side with her parents or protect her brother? How can she know when to hold on and when—and how—to let go? (via Goodreads)                                                                                                                                                                                    

I'm a sucker for stories with psychological disorders. It's one of the things that most people don't know how to handle that's why I want to see a lot of perspectives. I'm so curious whether Daisy will let her brother go or not! 

What are you eagerly anticipating this week? Link below! :)

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11 comments:

Dianne said...

Adding this! I also love novels with characters with psychological disorders (my brother's diagnosed with autism and verbal apraxia) so I know how it feels and I can so relate. Thanks for putting this on my radar, Nina!

bebecald said...

This book looks super good! I love reading novels that have characters with different disorders/disabilities. Many people don't realize the impact they have on the family and friends so it's nice to have that perspective.

Nina Waters said...

I'm glad I'm not the only lover of this kind! How's your brother doing right now? :D Hope he's super fine! You're welcome, Dianne! I'm so excited to read this.

Nina Waters said...

I'm glad you're interested in this one too! I know!!!! And it's sad that some people don't really know that there's more to it than just the disorder/disability itself! :(

Jen Ryland/YA Romantics said...

Love the sound of all the interesting elements in the book -- autism, teen rebellion…. and an Irish exchange student.

Thanks for checking out my WoW! Jen @ YA Romantics

Caro [The Book Rogue] said...

This sounds really good, thanks for sharing!
My WoW

Maja (The Nocturnal Library) said...

I think this sounds wonderful! I love intriguing sibling relationships and I think this one has so much potential. Plus, the romance sounds somehow complicated and simple at the same time.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
And hi, hon! I hope you're well. The summer heat is keeping me away from my laptop, but I'll be back full time soon enough.

Nina Waters said...

Glad you love the sound of it! Thanks for dropping by too. :)

Nina Waters said...

No biggie! :D Thanks for dropping by.

Nina Waters said...

You're welcome! I really hope this is a great read!

I'm well! Hope you're enjoying the summer. ;)

Brianna Caldwell said...

A lot of people (unfortunately) only see the immediate impact on the person affected, not the impact on those around them. This goes for disabilities, disorders, addictions, etc. That's one thing I love about books-they introduce people to new ideas and concepts they may not have realized before.

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