Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Solomon suffers from agoraphobia and severe anxiety, and since he jumped into the fountain at school in 8th grade (after taking his clothes off), nobody has seen him. Enter Lisa - she recalls the day a strange boy jumped into the school fountain three years ago, and she's determined to go to college to become a psychologist, so why not make him her first patient?
What ensues is a coming of age story filled with humor, truth, friendship, and doubt. Whaley's characters are flawed, honest, quirky, and relatable. What more could any YA fan ask for?
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