Recommended by Ashyrha D
A warm welcoming environment where no matter what you have been through or what your sexuality is you are accepted to be who you were made to be. At Joe”s, Keesha has found a safe place to live, and other kids gravitate to her house when they just can’t make it on their own. This book reminds me of real life because the book brings real life situations into reality. The thing that makes it stand out is the way in which it is written and it doesn’t just focus on one character. You have to read it until the end because the ending is always the best part. I would give Keesha’s House a 5 out of 5 stars. You should read this book because not many books lately have told you about life as a teenager in high school and what we go through in life.