A review by ashleyreads88
Finding Fish: A Memoir by Antwone Quenton Fisher, Mim Eichler Rivas

challenging emotional hopeful inspiring reflective sad medium-paced
I remember reading Finding Fish in, I think high school and have maybe re-read it a few times since and then watching the movie.  I think that this is a story that needs to be read.  It’s raw, heartbreaking, but at its core, it’s hopeful.  It’s also at its core, a coming of age story about growing up in a system that more often than not fails.  Finding Fish touches on some tough topics that are an integral part of Antwone’s story.  This is an emotional but great read, and I’m glad I re-read it again.

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