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Rain has taken care of Ethan all of her life. Before she even knew what autism meant, she's been her twin brother's connection to the hostile world around him. She's always prepared—when her father abandons them, when her mother gets sick, when Ethan is tortured by bullies from school—Rain is the reliable, stable one holding them all together. She's both cautious carer and mad chef, preparing customized meals for her family and posting crazy recipes on her cooking blog.
Each day with Ethan is unvarying and predictable, and she's sure that nothing will ever change—until one night when her world is turned upside down by a mistake she can't take back. As her new romance with her long-time crush and her carefully constructed life begins to unravel, she discovers that the fragile brother whom she's always protected has grown into a young man who no longer needs her. And now, for the first time, she finds that she needs him.
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September 27, 2017
This was like 50% enjoyable and 50% I sort of wanted to eat a brick wall. It was just frustrating and while I think a lot of the story meant to be that way (hey every plot needs tension!) I ended up feeling really ticked off. And a bit insulted at how it treated autism. But HEY. Rain is a huge fo...
November 07, 2017
I’ve been given an ARC by Sourcebooks Fire via NetGalley in exchange for an honest opinion.
4,5 to 5 stars
When I read Sourcebooks Fire Editorial Manager Annette Pollert Morgan’s note it said:
“At Sourcebooks, we talk a lot about how books change lives. (…) We are passionate about finding narrative...
November 25, 2017
Read this review and many others at: 5171 Miles Book Blog.
Many thanks to Netgalley and SourceBooks for the chance to read and review this novel.
Leah Scheier's upcoming release Rules of Rain explores family relationships in one of the most interesting ways I've experienced as a reader. The main ch...
September 30, 2017
Ahem. I mean...Rules of Rain is this perfect little book that I flew through in a matter of 2 hours, had my interest from the 1 st page, and has all the FEELS, SQUEALS, and meals. Because Rain is a cook and has a blog! HELLO to relatable. Look I bake rarely, but blogging! And w...
November 29, 2017
I love the books Sourcebooks Fire releases, and this time wasn't so different. I fell in love with the story in the beginning and I suspect I won't forget it so easily. But there were some flaws that got in the way a bit too much. So 3.5 but rounding down to 3.
This is the self-discovery story of...
November 17, 2017
I've fallen into a bit of a reviewing slump so apologies that this review is very subpar and scarce. Although, truthfully I don't have an awful lot of thoughts about Rules of Rain. The most occurring thought was simply: meh?
While I loved the parts where Rain shared all her little food quirks, I f...
December 05, 2017
I received a electronic copy of Rules of Rain from SOURCEBOOKS Fire through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I really wanted to like Rules of Rain by Leah Scheier... I really did, but I couldn't. This book nearly put me into a reading slump after I set it down.
Overall, I felt very so...
December 27, 2017
Rain...(that's a beautiful name) takes care of her autistic twin brother, Ethan (such a sweet character). Their parents are divorced and they live with their mother.
Rain's friend Hope likes Ethan. Rain has a crush on Liam. They finally start dating each other. And Ethan and Hope also starts spend...
December 15, 2017
"Because it's exhausting to be different. Especially when you know that you can never stop pretending."
This review can also be found on my blog!
I guess this is this month's first spontaneous read! Leah Scheier's Rules of Rain drew me in with its intriguing synopsis and-surprise, surprise-pre...
December 12, 2017
Rules of Rain is the story of Rain and Ethan. They are twins but Ethan has austism and Rain is his voice/rock. This is a beautiful book about siblings, love, understanding and growth and I think the author did a fantastic job.
Rain is our main character. She runs a foodie blog and spends a lot of...