Monthly Archives: July 2015

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

I read this book yesterday and I have to think about this whole book for awhile. It was extremely readable, but nothing really happens. I kept waiting for a big moment, but was surprised there was nothing more. I was surprised … Continue reading

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The Truth About Alice – by Jennifer Mathieu

Alice was a believable character with a believable situation. Telling the story between four different characters fleshed out the story and supporting characters.  I thought it was a difficult story told honestly, but with the moral that when things are … Continue reading

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Grasshopper Jungle, by Andrew Smith

Not sure what to say about this book. I finished it, so you know I was interested. It annoyed me at every page and I skimmed a lot, because he babbled incessantly, and more annoyingly, repetitively. I did like those … Continue reading

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