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Out of Tune is book 2 in the Wynter Wild series -- the story of a girl who grew up isolated before running away with her sister to meet her three older half-brothers in the real world.
I strongly recommend reading book 1 (Little Sister Song) first, as this is an ongoing story. Here's a quick intro to the characters with notes to remind you of how it all began.
Wynter (14) "I'm not gonna buy any more snacks. Most of them weren't as great as I was led to believe."
Wynter was born behind the chain-link fence of a religious commune and has been living on the outside for 6 weeks when this book begins. She doesn't know what a guinea pig is and she's never heard of Star Wars, so she's put her re-education into Jesse's hands. Best decision she ever made! Probably!? Wynter has one aim in life: to live in eldest brother Caleb's house, where she can make rock music in the basement with her brothers. Instead, she's in foster care with an awful woman who keeps trying to do therapy on her, and she can't seem to make friends in junior high... until the day she decides to form her own rock band.
Jesse (18) "I ate a dime once. In the name of science."
Jesse has made it his mission to teach his little sister about the world - and he's obviously, according to himself, the best person for the job. A legend in his own mind, Jesse is a freshman at the University of Washington and drums for a couple of jazz and rock bands around town. Jesse always lands on his feet. Other than his girlfriend refusing to sleep with him, and his own father treating him like shit, life is good.
Indio (22)"I think I may be using you to work out some issues."
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Out of Tune (Wynter Wild #2)General Fiction
#1 in #littlesister (Feb 2019) Wynter is struggling to find her place in the world. Now in foster care, her only desire is to move home with her brothers, who become increasingly frustrated by her inability to tell them about her childhood. While sh...