A review by smalltownbookmom
All the Things We Don't Talk About by Amy Feltman



A moving family drama about Julian, a neurodiverse father and Morgan, his nonbinary teenager whose world gets thrown into chaos when Zoe, the mother who abandoned the family returns from out of the blue wanting to rekindle a relationship with Morgan.

This book had great representation and reminded me a lot of Kim Hooper's newest, Ways the world could end or Laurie Frankel's This is how it always is.

Recommended for fans of well written family stories that make you empathize with the characters and great on audio too.