Lock and Key

Books for the Young at Heart

I recently finished Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen.  Its the first book I have tried by this author, and I will admit that it sat on my kobo for a while after I downloaded it from the library. It was a book a little outside of my usual (i.e. my comfort zone) but I am glad I took the chance.

Lock and Key

Ruby is a quiet girl with a troubled home life. The book opens with Ruby’s first night living with a sister she hasn’t seen in ten years and whom Ruby thought abandoned her. Ruby has just been discovered by social services, living alone in squalor after her alcoholic mother abandoned her. The change in situation is drastic and Ruby must learn that it is okay to accept help, as she adjusts to her new life and makes some new friends. It feels like there is no good way to…

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