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Beach Potato

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Jess knew that leaving the city was the right thing to do and it would give her a chance to escape the bullying without having to fight it. But she had no idea just how different life in Titterstone would be. Her new home would not only give her new hope, but it would also give her close encounters with pirates, ghosts, surfing big waves and beach adventures.
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Published December 29th 2010 by Sarah Riley, via Smashwords
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Stacy Stutz
Beach Potato by Sarah Riley is intended for a younger crowd (tweens I would think) but enjoyable as a light read for an adult.

Riley’s description and imagery is definitely better than average and the storyline was pretty tight. There were some contrived moments but overall the story flowed well and the characters are well formed.

It’s a good book to read poolside.
This is the author's first book and she did a pretty good job. It is juvenile fiction and I will let my kids read it. The author was a bit too obvious with one of the characters, but overall it was a cute book. I probably won't read it again, but I will definetly encourage my kids to do so. It would be a cute movie. :)
I enmoyed this book. Its about a family who is having difficult times then suddenly get a little break and decide to buy a house in a small beach town. There they again find some difficulties and may lose their home. There is history, crime, friendship, village life even surfing. Its an easy read give it a shot.
Emme Leong was okay. too simple.
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