Publish date: August 17th 2010
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Savvy (#2)
So light and sweet and easy to read. I loved Savvy and now I love Scumble too. Sometimes I need to take a break from all the suspense and murder mysteries and this book was a wonderful distraction. I really felt for Ledger and his sense of being an outcast. Very awesome, uplifting fantasy.
A great book perfectly capturing the struggles with the alternating madness and banality of life.It's also funny. Things like the throwaway lines about Morrissey or Munchausen’s had me laughing aloud: the dialog combines the exhausted humor of a night that never ends with the polish that a truly fir...
Cody James is Gen X lit; she captures the voice and experiences of a generation abandoned, and its hope for its future. This is Kids grown up.
Scumble is the sequel/companion novel to Newbery Honor book Savvy, and is set nine years later. A number of the characters from Savvy make appearances, but the main character and narrator is just-turned-thirteen Ledger Kale, cousin to the Beaumonts.I enjoyed reading Savvy, so I had high hopes for Sc...
by Ingrid LawOpening line--"Mom and Dad had known about the wedding at my uncle Autry's ranch for months."Yay! I love this book! It's a great sequel/companion book to Savvy. Ledger is a great narrator too, with a sympathetic and funny voice. Fedora is kind of adorably annoying. The tension with L...
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