“This book is for the romantic, the adventurer, and the loner in all of us. It’s a quick read, and an overall great book for a relaxing weekend or a cathartic afternoon, especially if you want to escape into almost a parallel universe, filled with nerve-wracking emotions and revelations.
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
With a carefully constructed plot, this beautifully-written prose taps into childhood memories, evolving through the lens of a bittersweet adolescence, and culminating in a heartbreaking finale. It contains an air of mystery, a questioning of love, and a tinge of sorrow — and tons room to spare — as it forces the reader to question what defines a happy family, what defines a fatal decision, and what defines a proper denouement.
Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech
A renowned novel, this book follows the journey of a lovable characters through their internal and external struggles, as told through the eyes of a girl with struggles far beyond her thirteen years of age. Written with an intricate network of plot devices, Creech’s materpiece is a must-read for people of all ages.”
Thanks, Angie! I’ve read two of these and they are terrific…will have to add the third to my list 😀
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