By Stasia Ward Kehoe
For 16 years, Daisy has been good. an outstanding daughter, supporting out together with her autistic more youthful brother uncomplainingly. a great good friend, even if her ally makes her think like a 3rd wheel. whilst her mom and dad announce they’re sending her brother to an institution—without consulting her—Daisy’s livid, and comes to a decision the way to be an excellent sister is to begin being bad. She quits jazz band and orchestra, slacks at school, and falls for bad-boy Dave.
But one individual won’t permit Daisy disregard who she was once: Irish alternate pupil and remarkable musician Cal. Does she wish the undesirable boy or the prodigy? may still she aspect along with her mom and dad or safeguard her brother? How have you learnt whilst to carry on and when—and how—to allow go?
“The Sound of Letting Go is deeply relocating, fiercely sincere, and continually surprising. Stasia Ward Kehoe’s characters are so genuine and intricate, you won’t are looking to allow them to cross on the end. I enjoyed this book!”—Barbara Dee, writer of Solving Zoe, This is Me From Now On, Just one other Day in My Insanely actual Life, and Trauma Queen
“Achingly beautiful, The Sound of Letting Go takes readers down a deadly direction whereas touching the center and inspiring hope.”—Elana Johnson, writer of Possession, Surrender, and Abandon
“Told in verse that's right now delicate and powerful, lyrical and honest, Stasia Kehoe’s The Sound of Letting Go is a moving modern tale of the serious push and pull among the accountability of relatives and the liberty of dreams.”—Jessi Kirby, writer of Moonglass, In Honor, and Golden
“With captivating verse and a lyrical love story to compare, The Sound of Letting Go will hold you putting on, breathless and enchanted, till the final page.”—Gretchen McNeil, writer of Possess, Ten and the forthcoming 3:59 and the “Don’t Get Mad” series
“Soulful and stunning, this e-book has captured my middle. It’s a type of tragic melodies you by no means are looking to end, a tribute to the damning and redemptive strength of music.”—Jessica Martinez, writer of Virtuosity and The area among Us
“The Sound of Letting Go draws you honestly into the turbulent ambivalence of lifestyles with a seriously challenged sibling, whereas by no means short-shrifting Daisy's person coming-of-age trip. The song of Stasia Kehoe's superbly wrong characters will resonate on your brain lengthy once you finish interpreting her book.”—Elise Allen, writer of Populazzi, co-author of the Elixir sequence with Hilary Duff