New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury presents Unlocked: A Love Story. Holden Harris is an autistic eighteen-year-old who is bullied at school. Laura Reynolds is the head cheerleader who befriends Holden but has problems of her own at home. In her trademark way, Kingsbury tackles real-life issues of high school bullying, autism, adultery, and ultimately ... acceptance.
Great book| Posted April 28, 2011
This was a great book! It was my first Kingsbury novel that I have read. I had heard about her and this book kept jumping out at me at stores all over. I finally read it and was so glad I did! It left me wanting to read more of her books. This one was so great because it is realistic like many of hers are but this is good for all age groups. I enjoyed it as a parent but thought about how I would be in the same situation. I also think my daughter who is in high school would enjoy it as well as respect the message. I wish there were more kids like the ones doing good in this book! I am now reading her latest novel Bailey and it is fun how it sometimes relates back to this book so I understand those tie ins. That is a good book so far as well!