What do you get when you take three families, all with children who are on the autism spectrum, and leave them at a camp to fend for themselves? Absolute hilarity, that's what. Harmony is the story of the Hammond family's search for "normalcy" in the middle of not so normal circumstances. It is told in alternating perspectives of Alexandra, the mother, and Iris, the neurotypical daughter. Alexandra packs up her husband and two daughters to live at Camp Harmony in hopes that parenting expert Scott Bean can come up with a solution for how to raise Tilly, the Hammond's eldest daughter who is a mix of genius and socially awkward. Harmony was a definite page turner, and actually made my jaw drop with the ending.
The way to Alexandra's heart is through a great book recommendation.