Extraordinary Means By: Robyn Schneider

Lane is just an ordinary boy who wants to do good in school, study hard, and have a good life. His whole future has been planned out, and nowhere does it say get diagnosed with tuberculosis. He gets sent to the Latham House; a sanatorium for people like him, and he discovers new things. Such as a girl named Sadie, who will soon change his world.

I would recommend this book to the ages 13-14, and whoever has read “The Beginning of everything” which is by the same author. It includes fiction, romance, and disease and of course love “Extraordinary Means” is a love story with a twist because all of this does happen in reality. I really enjoyed reading this book and recommend it to everyone I know.

Robyn Schneider is a writer and actor. Her two best-selling novels “Extraordinary Means” and “The Beginning of Everything” all have starred reviews. She is a graduate of the University of Columbia, and University of Pennsylvania School of medicine. She now lives in LA, California.


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