Tell The Wolves I'm Home
Publisher: The Dial Press
Pages no: 367
Shattered. Destroyed. That's the current state of my heart. This book had me crying from chapter 1 and then it just turned me into a blubbering mess by the end of it. A very sad yet realistic coming of age story.
Wow Ok...This book. This book was heartbreaking and wonderful. It was a coming of age story, it was a self-portrait, it was a reproach, it was an apology, it was an unmasking,it was a love story, it was a love story...It was a love story.June Elbus is an average girl, actually, she's a weird girl. S...
This is hard to rate for me. The book is good and I even cried a few times, but I wasn't fond of the narrator, June. I really tried to like her, but it was such hard work. I'm sure plenty of people will like her, but for some reason we butted heads. She's not the too stupid to live variety, and she ...