Fix by J. Albert Mann
J. Albert Mann
Star Rating
Reviewer's Rating
Oct 6, 2021

When 16 year old Eve gets major back surgery to fix her scoliosis, she is left alone to deal with the aftermath. She reminiscences about the times she spent with her best friend, Lidia. Throughout the story, she struggles with medicine addiction, loss, and disability.

This book dealt with the topics of major surgery and addiction in a good manner. The story seems original to me, considering I haven’t read a story about a teen recovering from getting surgery to correct her disability. I enjoyed the feeling that the book gave me, it made me feel like I was really inside of Eve’s mind. Eve is a very likeable character that promoted feelings of awe in me while I read the story. I enjoyed the book, but I didn’t like the ending; it seemed kind of open to interpretation. I really like the cover of the book; it shows how Eve is stuck inside of the pill, representing how Eve can’t function without her medication. This book is perfect for those who want to read about teens going through physical and mental changes.

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