Last week I read a child's book. This week I graduated to young adult. Numbers by David A. Poulsen is about a teenage boy who is a new kid in town. He fits in with the outcasts who call themselves The Six, but also searches for his real niche and bounces around between groups; even has a girlfriend. He has a favorite teacher who inspires him to think in new ways. He is challenged to stretch that thinking in the end, and it gets a little tense and exciting as he tries to sort out his thoughts and the truth.
I'm glad to be reading again and hope by next week I'll be back to adult books.