Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
A nice reading, but this is not something that I would read over and over again. One reading is more than enough for me. I like the story line, but the pace is somehow quite slow. How I wish I can say 'wow' by the end of the story, but I can't. However, the last chapter moved me. I almost cried. The...
For some reason I am really feeling juvenile fiction this summer. Just something about kids' books and summer that makes me all nostalgic, even though most of the books I read as a kid during the summer were Goosebumps. I still remember trading them amongst kids at school like they were Pogs. Oh, ma...
Started on Saturday, finished today.Pros:-sweet coming-of-age story-I liked the interaction between Lizzy and JeremyCons:-it felt a bit overly-didactic at times-most of the characters seemed like they could be summed up by their defining quirk (Jeremy and the candy, Lizzy and the stealing)So far:1 h...
Jeremy lost his dad in an accident. Before Jeremy's 13th birthday, a box comes to him from his dad, who'd had a premonition that he might die young. This book touches on physics (including the anthropic principle), love and many points in between. It's got wonderful characters, and the ending is tie...
I had nothing to listen to on tape for my long daily commute, so, in desperation, I picked up Jeremy Fink from the children’s audio section of the public library. I got hooked into the story quickly and realized soon that listening to the book on tape was too slow for me. Jeremy Fink was a book I co...
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