Friendships are hard. But they’re made even harder when a friend begins struggling with addiction. Fix by J. Albert Mann is a beautiful, heart-wrenching novel that mixes prose and verse to explore themes of disability, pain, belonging, loss, addiction, and friendship. This story is painful and gritty and will leave you a little heartbroken in the best way possible. Now feast your eyes on this amazing cover and prepare your soul for a truly shattering tale.
A Buzzfeed Best YA Book of 2021! A gritty, heart-wrenching novel of disability, pain, belonging, loss, addiction, and friendship.
About The Author
J. Albert Mann is the author of middle-grade and young adult novels. Her stories and poetry have appeared in Highlights for Children, once winning the magazine’s annual Fiction Contest. Simon & Schuster’s Atheneum Books for Young Readers is set to publish her next work of historical fiction about the early life of Margaret Sanger, and Bloomsbury published her early middle-grade series Sunny Sweet, written under the name Jennifer Ann Mann. She has an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults, where she also obtained the Picture Book Intensive certificate. She is the author of Scar: A Revolutionary War Tale, What Every Girl Should Know, The Degenerates, and Fix.