A Book That Reminds You Of Home
This would have been much easier if I was still living AWAY from home in Arizona. But I am going to pick one and tell you why:
It isn't the theme of this book that makes me think of home. Honestly, I don't remember much of the story. It's the time when I was reading it.
I was an odd teenager. I was suffering from serious depression and dropped out of high school half way through my senior year. During that spring, I started this book. I would spend hours sitting in my parent's backyard or in my room reading this. I had a tough time concentrating and so I went and got the audio version hoping to listen AND read to absorb the story. I didn't know about audiobooks being abridged though and so I had to tough it out with the book.
Half way through, my parents split. My mother had a boyfriend and so she moved out and my father was thrown into his own private hell, which I could do nothing about because I knew that there was no words to help. I was stuck there and this book became my escape.
So that is my book that reminds me of home. My parents' home.