am 13. Dezember 2012
Glory, who suffers from a serious congenital heart defect, befriends her new neighbor, Lena, the new principal of the local high school.
"Mending Defects" is a nice story with likable characters, but not one of Lynn Galli's best. It seemed a bit too short. Some of the issues could have been explored more deeply.
The book is written mainly from Glory’s first-person POV, interspersed with diary entries from Lena. Personally, I didn’t care much for the diary style storytelling, but don’t let that stop you from reading the book. You might enjoy it.
There were a few editing issues, but nothing that made me want to stop reading the book.