Last week Isabelle started doing the 5 On My TBR bookish meme and it looked like so much fun, I wanted to give it a go as well! This bookish meme is hosted by E from Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. This week’s prompt is books with disabled MC. Let’s check out five books that fit that prompt on my TBR!
You’re Welcome, Universe – Whitney Gardner
This one has been on my TBR for ages!! I’ve read a book by this author before and enjoyed her writing. I did a sign language minor in college and Deaf culture is something that’s really come to interest me.
Love From A to Z – S.K. Ali
I don’t think I’ve ever read a book with a character that had multiple sclerosis. I know that it can be horrible. As a big fan of contemporary, this sounds like a book I need to read!
Like Water – Rebecca Podos
Quite awhile ago I read a book by Rebecca Podos and this one has been on my want to read list for quite some time, I have a feeling that Like Water is going to be a hard book to read, but a good one. I don’t know that much about Huntington’s disease, but I know that it’s horrible.
The Love Letters of Abelard and Lily – Laura Creedle
If you’ve been following the blog you know I love books with letters, emails or text messages. The fact that our main characters bond over their love of ancient love letters made me want to read this book right away. Our main character Lily ditched her ADHD medication and Abelard has Asperger’s.
A Quiet Kind of Thunder – Sara Barnard
Selective mutism is something I learned about in college and I think I’ve read a book with this subject as well, but that was awhile ago. It’s going to be interesting to read a book from the POV of someone who deals with this daily. I have a feeling that A Quiet Kind of Thunder is going to be a powerful story!
There are so many books with disabled MCs that I really want to read, but these are five of them. If you have any recommendations you think I need to check out, please leave them in the comments! I’d love to hear about your favorites!