Piece of Mind (Thorndike Reviewers Choice)
At twenty-seven, Lucy knows everything about coffee, comic books, and Gus (the polar bear at the Central Park Zoo), and she possesses a rare gift for drawing. But since she suffered a traumatic brain injury at the age of three, she has had trouble relating to most people. She's also uncommonly messy, woefully disorganized, and incapable of holding down a regular job. When unexpected circumstances force her out of the comfortable and protective Jewish home where she was raised and into a cramped studio apartment in New York City with her college-age younger brother, she must adapt to an entirely different life one with no safety net. Over the course of a challenging summer, Lucy is forced to discover that she has more strengths than she herself knew.
Thorndike Press, 9781410490148, 394pp.
Publication Date: June 8, 2016