Harbor Me: 12/23/18
Harbor Me by Jacqueline Woodson is a freeform, almost stream of consciousness tale of a group of teens talking together. They have a room at school that is unsupervised where they can just shoot the breeze. Through their monologues we learn about each of the students and their troubles at home and at school.
I'm going to hazard a guess that this book would work better for me as an audiobook. The problem is the mixture of free form text and the lack of quotation marks for the recorded dialog. My inner voice just doesn't render this type of book well.
Most readers, though, seem to love the book. If you're looking for a character driven, monolog style of prose, this will work for you.