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by Suzanne LaFleur
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Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 5 years ago
A good friend is one of the hardest things to keep in this life. Don't forget that sometimes you have to work at it. --Chapter 19 Sometimes you are friends with someone just because you're used to it, and maybe you forget why it happened in the first place. --Chapter 9 Trying to figure out why t...
Under The Mountain
Under The Mountain rated it 6 years ago
I purchased this along with Love, Aubrey - Suzanne's first book about a year ago now if not longer and just this morning found myself picking this book up off of my shelf and opening the pages. It's late now and I've read every page. Eight Keys is perfect for a rainy day read as with just over 200 p...
julieharrison
julieharrison rated it 7 years ago
This covers a lot of coming-of-age territory: changing friendships, standing up for yourself, understanding your history and contemplating your place in the world. It does it well, with a sympathetic main character and an interesting almost-mystery involving the eight keys. It's a hard book to revie...
The Cheap Reader
The Cheap Reader rated it 7 years ago
I don’t usually read many contemporary books for some reason. When I pick up books like this, I start to wonder why I don’t read contemporary books more often. Eight Keys worked for me on so many levels. We have two big stories going on. The first story is Elise growing up. She’s starting middle sch...
janawarnell
janawarnell rated it 8 years ago
5 fresh from the oven, warm and melty cookies dipped in cold milk.Cover Love: It's intriguing, but I don't think it's particularly eye-catching.Why I Wanted to Read This: I loved LaFleur's book Love, Aubrey and liked the synopsis for this one.I Kept Reading Because: I couldn't put it down. AT ALL....
afterwhat
afterwhat rated it 8 years ago
There are eight locked rooms in the barn outside of the house Elise lives in with her Aunt Bessie and Uncle Hugh. Her mother died when she was born, her father got sick a few years later, and he died, too. Now Elise is starting sixth grade, middle school, and we all know how terrible middle school...
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