Dreamland Social Club
Jane has traveled the world with her father and brother, but it's not until her fractured family-still silently suffering from the loss of Jane's mother many years before-inherits a house and a history in Coney Island that she finally begins to find a home. With the help of a new community of... show more
Jane has traveled the world with her father and brother, but it's not until her fractured family-still silently suffering from the loss of Jane's mother many years before-inherits a house and a history in Coney Island that she finally begins to find a home. With the help of a new community of friends, a mermaid's secrets, and a tattooed love interest with traffic-stopping good looks, the once plain Jane begins to blossom and gains the courage to explore the secrets of her mother's past. Colorful characters, beautiful writing, and a vibrant, embattled beachfront backdrop make this the perfect summer read for anyone who has ever tried to find true love or a place to call home. Watch a Video
Publish date: 2011-05-12
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
This book is pretty interesting and not bad. Sometime I wonder what is like to meet a person who a freak in circus or whatever. When I said "freak", I mean like a person you have never seen before. A person you doesn't look like normal people. To me I wouldn't care and I wouldn't call them freak. Th...
Dreamland Social Club is the perfect mix of local history and fantasy. I could smell and taste Coney Island in an entirely new way. Even recognized some of the Anchor/Rudy references. Because of the great caste of fully developed characters and a sweet love story that pulls at the heart strings, I'm...
I was slightly hesitant when going into Dreamland Social Club; Having just finished up two amazing contemporaries, I knew that Dreamland Social Club was going to have to be spectacular for me to like it, and it was just that – spectacular.Dreamland Social Club is weird and quirky and kooky, and I lo...
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First off, I love the cover of Dreamland Social Club. It's bright, eye-catching, and features a mermaid... It's kind of hard not to notice it, whether it's the kind of book you'd normally pick up or not. I'll be honest, I bought it based solely on my positive response to the cover, without knowing m...