Blink & Caution
Publish date: March 8th 2011
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Pages no: 345
Edition language: English
At first I didn't get into the story, and the writing style annoyed me. But soon enough I was hooked into the mystery, and it became a page-turner that I had to finish as soon as possible! I fell in love with Blink, that adorable boy who is so naive and honest and down-to-earth. I felt for Caution, ...
I finished Blink & Caution by Tim Wynne-Jones. Mixed feelings–I liked it, but it was extremely self-aware, which is not something I admire in a book. And the second person narration seemed unnecessary.
This was a sweet YA book, with believable characters, set a little more in reality than many YA books. It's almost like a James Patterson book with kids as the main characters. Almost.I found Blink annoying at first, but once I got used to the style of writing, and when Blink met Caution, he grew on...
A good choice for older teens looking for an adventure, not-quite thriller story. The lives of two teens with troubled pasts are intertwined after one of them witnesses a crime of sorts. Somewhat suspenseful, but not really a page-turner for me. Also, I question how realistic parts of it are. For in...
When an author focuses on two teenaged street kids as the protagonists for his story, you have to be concerned. Generally, things don't end well. Blink and Caution are smart and canny, although their instincts aren't always very good. So Blink is searching a very nice hotel for breakfast, and he is ...
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