Gap Year, The
FICTION / General
Sarah Bird is acclaimed for her multi-layered novels that are at once hilarious and moving. Here Bird examines “the ever-deepening mysteries of parents and children as they grow up and apart” (Publishers Weekly). Working single-mother Cam Lightsey is proud to give her daughter Aubrey a chance at a good education. But when Aubrey turns her attention away from college and toward a boy at school, their once solid mother-daughter relationship quickly begins to crumble.
“… wry and funny … Sure to please Bird’s fans.”—Library Journal