I read all the time and “The Fault in our Stars” is a good one. Other than that one, there’s “If Not for This” which is a realistic depiction of a woman who develops MS. The rest that come to mind are all science fiction/fantasy. In that group, there are many of the books written by my brother T.A Barron. He often has characters with disabilities, but often with some magical powers as well.
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