One, Two, Three by Laurie Frankel

Horror Corner

Thank you to Henry Holt & Company and NetGalley for this book. I deeply appreciate it.

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“One, Two, Three” had quite an act to follow after Laurie Frankel’s last book, “This is How It Always Is”, which was one of the best and most touching books I have ever read. While this latest offering is nowhere near the same as her previous work, it has some amazing points.

Mab, Monday, and Mirabel are triplets and Nora is their single mother. Each triplet has a set of unique challenges. Monday is on the autism spectrum, Mirabel is wheelchair bound and cannot speak without her “Voice” and Mab has the enormous burden of being perceived as “the normal one”. This book tells the story of the citizens of Bourne and their struggle against the faceless, evil corporation that has poisoned the residents of Bourne through the water supply…

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