Publish date: August 2011
Publisher: Rabén & Sjögren
Pages no: 328
Edition language: Swedish
How to Say Goodbye in Robot is a contemporary YA about Beatrice, whose family moves often and she is about to start her senior year at another new school. She ends up becoming friends with Jonah, who is called "Ghost Boy" by his classmates due to a cruel joke in middle school. Jonah, who hasn't had...
http://www.divabooknerd.com/2013/09/how-to-say-goodbye-in-robot-by-natalie.htmlHow To Say Goodbye In Robot begun like your average teen contemporary novel, but soon turned into a quirky, and emotional read that will leave you not knowing how to feel. It wasn't the characters, or the storyline that s...
3.5 or 4.... I can't decide. Nor am I sure how to review this book - it's as if there was a mash-up of Eleanor & Park, Jessica Darling/Sloppy Firsts, and threw in a pinch of Saving Francesca, and you would have How to Say Goodbye in Robot. There's a pair of outsiders who don't feel like they belong ...
3.5 stars Beatrice and her family relocate to Baltimore just in time for her senior year in high school. She attends a small private school with only 40 seniors so everyone pretty much hangs out together by default. So even though the rest of the class has been together since kindergarten, there is ...
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