Three Things I Know Are True

Betty Culley’s debut novel in verse is a moving testament to the power of resilience, full of courage and authenticity.

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Review of ‘Three Things I Know Are True’

“Jonah’s hands are still now,” teenage narrator Liv says of her older brother, Jonah, on the first page of the novel-in-verse Three Things I Know Are True. Jonah was once a daredevil, but that was before he and his friend Clay played with a gun they didn’t know was loaded. Now Jonah needs around-the-clock nursing…

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