Publish date: July 2011
Publisher: Pier 9
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: N/A Publisher: Dutton Juvenile (2011) Genre(s): Urban Fantasy, Mystery This book is beautiful. And it's ugly, sometimes, even. And it's definitely weird. I was in a reading slump. I didn't feel like reading anything at all and that is a very scary feeling for a book lover as all book lov...
I didn't really get it. I didn't really like it. To my mind the weakest of her books. Not a patch on the other two.
Opening sentence: Ruby said I'd never drown - not in deep ocean, not by shipwreck, not even by falling drunk in someone's pool. Well that was bizarre and not at all like i expected. still really good read though. I kind of felt like this book or should i say writing enchanted me, I just wanted, ...
I enjoyed the journey I took reading this book. You know what they say: the fun is in the journey, not the destination. Because in the end I think I know what the book was about but I can't be sure. The story is about two sisters. One who seems to hold the world in the palm of her hand, the other is...
***Note: this review assumes that you've read the book.*** One-sentence summary: Gorgeous prose and intriguing magical realism, but a lack of depth in one of the key characters ultimately undermines the power of this novel. Imaginary Girls is beautifully written, even more so than 17 & Gone, Sum...
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