Publish date: June 8th 2011
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
So this was a short book to get through (only 260 pages) but it left a big impact. I thought at first that things moved a bit slow, but once you get to the meat of the story, you won't be able to put this down at all. You are going to just be shocked and dismayed at the things that are going on with...
Pre-read: Yeah, I'm re-reading this book for this year because apparently I'm on a Sarah Dessen kick from my library. I'm really looking forward to it.Post-read: Dude, I'm still shaking even after I've turned the final page. Much of "Dreamland" hit spot on with respect to the feelings of isolation t...
My fifth brush with Sarah Dessen’s books hasn’t gone as well as the previous four books of hers that I read. I was mainly interested in this book because it looks at an abusive relationship, something you might often see in YA but one that doesn’t get called out as such (I haven’t read Hush, Hush,...
Dreamland..... Another pretty good book by Sarah Dessen. Caitlin O'Koren felt lost and alone after her sister, Cassandra, ran away from home. Then she meets Rogerson Biscoe. Rogerson is your typical drug dealing bad boy. At first, the relationship is a good one. But Rogerson introduces Caitlin to dr...
I cried reading this book. This is the 1st time I cried reading a book since I read The Book Thief.The emotion, it feels so raw it HURTS.Read this, but mind you, it might make you cry. "I was drowning in broad daylight and no one could tell."
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