Also, you want to keep reading to know if Kim is going to die. I have not read any of the Ann Dee Ellis book’s but I will look for her books now. I would recommend this book to other people because it may be 346 pages but goes way faster than you think. I would recommend it to people they love funny and sad book at the same time. It also a good read because you kinda relate to this person because these girls are you age and they go through jealous. At the end I would definitely would read again if got the
My book is Heartbeat and it is written by Sharon Creech. The book is told in first person by a character named Annie. The names of the main characters are Annie and Max. The story has many different settings, but it takes place mostly at a red bench at the park and at Annie’s house. At the beginning Annie’s mom is pregnant and this is the biggest thing that sets the in motion.
One of the things about the book that I personally liked was the characters, some of them were easy to relate to, even if you couldn't you could relate someone you knew with them. For example, David is not one of the main characters from the story but the more you learn about him, the more you realize how ambitious he is, wanted to change his career path almost every week, standing up to Mr. Neck. I think he's one of the things that helped Melinda find her voice.
The book is enjoyable to read because it shows not only the way Georgia lives, but what we can learn from the book as well. My experience with this book is beyond great and showed me how rough Georgia lived her life. She is independent to take care of herself. In the novel Georgia finds hope to do what
Not as good as the first, See How They Run, features Grace Blakely, the slightly crazy girl that shot her mother. Grace’s character had no time to develop, as guilted by the past, she runs around in circles, not figuring anything out until someone comes and helps her. The trio of friends (Noah, Megan and Rosie) are helpful, but not as much as the last novel, due to Grace not letting them in, or allowing them to fully participate. Brother Jamie is in this, which Carter did a good job on, as he’s loving, and caring, like a big brother should be, and there as a support to Grace (if only she used him!). Finally, what a young adult novel without any love interest, as Carter brings back Alexie, but not letting Grace have a final decision on him yet. With a good plot, and a steady story line, this book might not stick out compare to Carter’s other novels, but it is defiantly worth the read, as the ending of this book will leave you speechless and yearning for what comes
When it comes to Big Brother Jewel Deceased George Biddle Kelley, I would say he has impacted my life by showing me that no matter how your life begins that does not affect how you’ll live your life. Big
I, personally, loved the author's writing, although I did not really understand why she structured the book like so. With each chapter changing different perspectives and stories, it was kind of hard to remember which chapter went with another considering the chapters where out of order. With each story, I was a little annoyed that they just suddenly ended at the end of the chapter. It made me want to read more and more trying to find the next chapter that went with that person's story. It was also kind of difficult to connect the stories. Other than that, she did a marvelous job grabbing my attention. I loved the analogies that she included in the stories. For example, on page 216- 217, one of the mothers told her daughter about a turtle that eats her tears and then creates birds that laugh
The characters bring a riveting story to life when reading. Throughout the book, I felt emotions left and right for the characters and what they were going through. There is a lot of mystery and questioning that will be answered later in the book, but once its done, there are still many questions being asked. when I look for a book, that is something that stands out to me because I really want to read more, and when you have that reaction to a book, that means it was worth reading. I found this book remarkable because of the behaviors, characteristics, and decisions that the characters make, and I recommend this book to everyone, even if they don’t like to
Monkey Beach was a good novel to read; it was challenging because the novel goes back and forth between the past and the present, and hard to interpret. The author, Eden Robinson captures the essence of Northern British Columbia indigenous people, the Haisla. Also, shows a beautiful vivid portrait of what Kitamaat looks and how Haisla Nation lives. I got to learn some of the language, culture, food and mythology. I like how it is in two places the physical and spiritual world. Also, the novel tells us about her childhood, her family and school problems that she has dealt with in the past. The theme of the novel is spiritual awareness because Lisa father does not understand her gift and mother has some of the gifts, but denies. Lisa has a bad
She isn’t verbose and looking to just fill in sentences, she had a lot that she wanted to tell you and managed to get it all in without drowning on, she hits her message home right from page 1. I also found the book to fast-paced which was great for getting inspirational story through to the reader (Life’s short, get to work)
I am so exhilarated that the woman who is the reason I first became a Heartie is still in the show and is as lovely and immaculate as ever. Lori as Abigail--she is unquestionably my favorite character of the show, and there is no one else on God's green earth that could play her as convincingly as Lori.
I like this book because it takes you on an exciting journey following Bill Collins on his adventures with Poetry, Shorty, Big Jim, and Little Jim as they try to find a solution concerning Babe, the blue cow, and the mischief she gets into. This is a good book for all ages because it has no mature content like cursing, and it has an enjoyable story.
The book that I read and am reviewing is the book Weetzie Bat by Francesca Lia Block. It was published by HarperCollins and was published in 1988. Also, it is a work of fiction. It is based around the character Weetzie and her best friend Dirk. In my opinion, I do not think this is a good book to read.