Sometimes Never, Sometimes Always
For Cassandra Randall, there’s a price to pay for being a secret atheist in a family of fundamentalists—she has nothing good to write on an online personality quiz; her best friend is drifting away; and she’s failing English because she can’t express her true self in a poem. But when she creates... show more
For Cassandra Randall, there’s a price to pay for being a secret atheist in a family of fundamentalists—she has nothing good to write on an online personality quiz; her best friend is drifting away; and she’s failing English because she can’t express her true self in a poem. But when she creates a controversial advice blog just to have something in her life to call her own, there’s no way she can predict the devastating consequences of her actions. As her world fractures before her very eyes, Cass must learn to listen to her own sense of right and wrong in the face of overwhelming expectations.
Publish date: November 8th 2013
Pages no: 349
Edition language: English
I'm not so sure what to say about Sometimes Never, Sometimes Always. It certainly is interesting and I think the subject matters are very relevant in this day and age. Religion and technology were both integrated to form the backdrop to Cass's story. Cass struggles with living in a family where she...
Cassandra Randall is a self-proclaimed atheist belonging to a very religious family. So when her teacher sets an assignment to write a poem to reflect themselves, she is stuck. She could never reveal what she truly feels because she feels that it might hurt her parents. Then there’s the matter of he...
http://www.divabooknerd.com/2013/09/sometimes-never-sometimes-always-by.htmlSometimes Never, Sometimes always could possibly be the coming of age novel that represents small town America. Cass is a follower but desperately wants to march to the beat of her own drum, she just doesn't know how. Her pa...
Well… I’m pretty torn about this book. It wasn’t bad. Not at all. The writing was good and the characters were well-developed and all… but it focused on religion a lot. A bit too much for me.This book is about Cassandra and she lives in a very religious family. She doesn’t feel like she can be herse...
I have to confess something with this book: I requested a review copy on Netgalley because I thought the cover was really pretty. I'd just been turned down for a couple of titles that I was REALLY excited about, so I thought that I maybe my chances of getting approved for my next request might be b...