When You Leave Survival Mode
"Somewhere Between the Trees and Clouds is heartfelt, heartbreaking, and heart-full. This beautiful, necessary novel in verse deals with some tough subjects— abuse and mental health— but does so with insight, tenderness, honesty, and hope."
- Jennifer Niven, #1 New York Times bestselling author of All the Bright Places
What Readers Are Saying
I’m damaged goods,
In my mind.
This is how Dylan describes himself, how teenage boys feel when they are sexually assaulted. Damaged. Yes, it happens to boys too. It isn’t until Dylan meets Audrey that he feels like he's something other than torn and damaged. She too has her darkness. Her assault is recent, from a party where she was taken advantage of, and she is forced to move schools only to face rumors that make her feel like she did something wrong. Together, they help one another navigate their pain and possibly find some healing and grace. Somewhere Between The Trees And Clouds is a story about loss, internal wounds, healing, love, and hope.