Book review: Nest by Esther Ehrlich

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Age Recommended: 12 and up

Genre: Fiction

This book is an ARC, courtesy of NetGalley.

Nest

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Chirp is a normal eleven year old who loves bird-watching. Chirp’s mother has just been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and her once happy family is now crumbling apart. Even Chirp’s birds don’t give her solace anymore. Chirp’s father feels that he can’t take care of his wife and has her sent to the “nut house,” resulting in an even more fractured family.

Chirp’s older sister is also trying to act like their mother which irritates Chirp. This, coupled with her mother’s sudden memory loss, has Chirp at her wit’s end.

She can’t take it anymore.

Chirp runs away with Joey, a neighborhood kid. Joey has been her new friend through these past few weeks and there isn’t anybody who she trusts more. But Chirp and Joey get lost in the city. Anything can happen to them now…

Will Chirp and Joey find their way home?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Nest

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