Teen, 17 years oldWritten bycellogirl99February 21, 2012
A New Classic
This has been my favorite book ever since my Dad read it to me at the age of 6, I'm now 16 and make it a point to read it once a year. The plot is so origional that it takes your breath away, I developed a love for books and reading from hearing about a book from the character's point of view.
I loved every moment of this book! I didn't think I'd enjoy it at all but it a very unique story and I will read the sequels asap! I thought it would only appeal to younger years but I found myself unable to put it down and even found myself wondering if it was a good idea to leave the book open when I went to bed! Really captured my imagination. I love this book.
Teen, 13 years oldWritten bycapositoSeptember 29, 2011
It was great for my dautour. She lovvvvvesssssssss to read and it was a story that pulls you in. She said from the first sentence it was amazing. "Sylvie had a amazing life, but she did't get to live it very often." IT WAS GREAT!!!!!!!!
Teen, 16 years oldWritten bybookkeeperJuly 12, 2011
Stays with You, in the Back of Your Mind
An imaginative story about what happens to the characters in books when we put them down. When I was younger it was one of my favorites, and I still think of it whenever I stick my finger in a book to keep my place.
There is some fire, set by a child, so if you're trying to discourage a firestarter, this could either help or hinder your efforts.