Review: Passport by Sophia Glock
I found this one to be intriguing. It's also sad, and quite heartbreaking in places. Glock perfectly captures the sense of loneliness and isolation that she must surely have been feeling at the time, along with the complexities of high school--toxic friendships, a crush that ends badly and feeling as though she never quite fits in. The illustrations are quite effective and I like her style.
This was not an easy read, but the journey is more than worth it.