Format: library binding
Publish date: September 1st 2008
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Young Adult Contemporary
It took me awhile to figure out what was going on in this book. There are related stories from the past and present being told at the same time. Also, the present has a lot of different aspects. It all connects and wraps up beautifully. Even though it wasn’t immediate love, since it took a bit fo...
This book has phenomenal reviews on Goodreads, so I guess I’m in the minority for not loving it. Seventeen-year-old Taylor is the leader of the secret “territory wars” that happen every year between the students at her boarding school, the teenagers in the nearby town, and the Cadets who camp near...
Everybody loves this book. I have absolutely no idea why. It annoyed me so much I feared for the health of my poor e-reader, as it was close to being hurled across the room several times. This was at least twice as long as it needed to be, it was freaking obvious who all the grown-ups in Taylor's ...
I have books collecting dust on my shelf that I tell myself over and over again that I need to read. "Today will be the day," I tell myself. Instead, I pick up a book I've read numerous times but still feels like a fire truck rammed itself into my stomach each time I reach the ending. Jellicoe R...
*Originally read in Oct 2009.** Re-read in October 2014 ***Re-read in October 2016 5 stars? More like eleventy bajillion squillion stars. I love this book so much. Sosososo much. My review, originally posted here www.thetometravellers.wordpress.comI’m just going to come out and say that I have...