The Hidden Memory of Objects Ki by Danielle Mages Amato

When Megan’s brother Tyler dies the pieces don’t add up as far as she can tell and the more often the police show up at the house with questions the more Megan has questions of her own.  She tries to piece together Tyler’s last days and in doing so she realizes that her brother was not quite the boy she thought he was.  Megan questions his friends and eventually comes to some hard truths about what happened to her brother and why.  Along the way she learns not only about Tyler but about herself as well.  Deftly written, tight prose and a great pace will make you glad this novel made your reading list.

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