Tom Anderau Anderau de São Pedro do Sul, Portugal
A Face in Every Window is the type of Young Adult book that contains universal themes applicable to any reader, regardless of age or life experience. Each character, from the protagonist to each and every odd hipster that bursts through his front door, is, on the outside, a crude stereotype of what society would label them as. JP is an introvert and a loner, his mother is a homewrecking, care-free, spoiled woman, and her various friends are all hipsters drinking wine and reading poetry. But Han Nolan brilliantly dispells, over the course of the novel, those illusions. Each character, it turns out, has been shaped by life circumstances and is truly a three-dimensional, deep character. It is satisfying novel that pulls at the strings of your heart from all angles.