A Very Quick Review: The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot

This is such a delightful book, full of hope and joy amidst real-life heartache and suffering.

Lenni, a seventeen year old living in the terminal ward, joins an art class against her doctor’s wishes and makes an unlikely friend. Together they tell their 100 year story, weaving them together and making the reader fall in love with both their humanity and resiliency.

I loved this one. It had me grinning and crying, I couldn’t put it down.


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