The author of everyone's favorite book-that-was-ruined-by-the-movie, My Sister's Keeper, is BACK yet again with a riveting page turner that pairs complex characters with Buzzfeed-worthy social issues. We meet Ruth, a black labor and delivery nurse whose white supremacist patient demands that no black personnel handle their baby. But when this baby's life is at stake and Ruth is the only one in the room to save him...
This novel tackles institutional racism with some SEXY courtroom scenes, told from the perspective of Ruth, her white lawyer and the white supremacist father.
Buckle up, cause this shit is LIT.
(Roxane Gay's review articulates the lack of a 5th)