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by Gary D. Schmidt
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November News 2014
November News 2014 rated it 4 years ago
There are layers in this story. One layer is that it is historical fiction. The island off the coast of Maine where the black inhabitants were chased away to make room for a hotel does exist and the story did happen. The author added more layers with a story about a minister's son and his friendship...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 5 years ago
Four older books that I’ve read for the first time and had mixed reactions to. Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy by Gary Schmidt: I loved a lot of this–the descriptions of the Maine coastline are so perfect, and the feeling of lived-in-ness in Turner’s life. His coming of age is thoughtful and l...
52 Book Minimum
52 Book Minimum rated it 6 years ago
3.5 Stars. This is the first historical fiction of Gary Schmidt's that I've read (even though that's what he is famous for). As always, his characters are people you want to know in real life. The plot was interesting and the dialogue really flowed. A very quick read and all around good book. Howev...
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