Birth date: August 12, 1948
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Poor storytelling, too much message-sending, bland characters, unbelievable and predictable settings and situations, unreadable short stories that no teen will find appealing. Sorry, I did not enjoy this at all and I don't think teens will either.
This novel in short stories is written by ten different authors. The royalties from the sale of the book benefit Amnesty International. All of the stories revolve around a photographer named Gee. The stories range from realism to magical realism to science fiction. Like all short story collections, ...
At first I didn't get into the story, and the writing style annoyed me. But soon enough I was hooked into the mystery, and it became a page-turner that I had to finish as soon as possible! I fell in love with Blink, that adorable boy who is so naive and honest and down-to-earth. I felt for Caution, ...
I finished Blink & Caution by Tim Wynne-Jones. Mixed feelings–I liked it, but it was extremely self-aware, which is not something I admire in a book. And the second person narration seemed unnecessary.