Far Far Away
Publish date: June 11th 2013
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Middle Grade
, Fairy Tales
*Book source ~ NetGalley Jeremy Johnson Johnson of Never Better can hear voices and ever since he made the announcement as a child the townspeople have treated him like crap which got worse after his mother skipped town and his father became a recluse. But Jeremy usually doesn’t let it get him dow...
I first read Far Far Away last year as an ARC, but at the time I wasn't able to figure out how I felt about it. When I stumbled across an audio book of it last week, I decided to give it another shot. See, I love fairy tales. Specifically the older ones that weren't afraid of a little darkness. Ther...
Jeremy Johnson Johnson (so named because his parents both had the last name of Johnson BEFORE they got married) is a quiet outcast who lives above the town bookstore with his father. An adventurous young girl named Ginger takes an interest in Jeremy. Together they cause some mischief and grow close...
I received a copy of Far Far Away from the publishers via NetGalley in return for an honest review.I have mixed feelings on this one, I really liked the premise of Far Far Away. I mean cmon, if you were a kid who loves to read and could hear the voice of any ghost, being able to chat with the ghost ...
I didn't realize until I looked at the list of other books by Tom McNeal that I've actually read him before. I read his literary novel for adults, "Goodnight, Nebraska," when I was in college. And I think remembering that tainted my experience of this novel somewhat, because I noticed that some of t...
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