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Drawing the Ocean by Carolyn MacCullough
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Apr 15, 11

really liked it
Read in April, 2011

This book has the 3 things all books should have, a compelling story, beautifully written words and wonderful characters. To begin the story feel real since Carolyn brings to life so much real details. All the characters matter in this book and go one with the other. The message in the book is Choice, making the right or wrong call and how it affects you afterwards.

Story is centered around Sadie, she has been relocated to a new town. Like all kids in a new town you want to fit in your new school. Sadie is a very talented painter and goes down to the beach to paint the ocean. While she is there she tends to be visited by her twin brother who passed away 4 years ago. She begins to make friends at school and one friend in particular might not be the choice everyone expects from her. Fryin' Ryan is a outcast and well Sadie questions what is normal and if it should matter as far as choosing your friends.

Im a now a fan of Carolyn and plan to read more of her novels.

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