Books I own by Patrick Ness
A Monster Calls goodreads
Ostensibly a children's book. Well, "young adult", whatever that means. But this is not childish. It starts as something akin to a fairy story, but it's actually quite a harrowing look at loss, family, and responsibility presented through the lens of a teenage boy. Definitely worthwhile reading. It reminded me -- or made me think about, at least -- the text adventure Tapestry, by Daniel Ravipinto, from many years ago, which is praise.
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