Review: Mosquitoland


Mosquitoland
by David Arnold

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book came to me, just in the knick of time. I felt like a prisoner: in my own head &in my everyday life. That is… until I met Mim. She helped me see that my quirks are precisely the things that make me special, not how well I fit into the norm. If you’re stuck in a rough spot, maybe Mim can help you too.

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