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Every Soul a Star by Wendy Mass
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Jun 19, 2014

it was amazing
bookshelves: great-in-a-sciencey-sort-of-way, great-books

let's just say that I just love books with different points of view, in fact I have to say this one is my favorite by far.Some reactions I had was WOW I just learned most of this in science class, so a review kind of. Another reaction I had was wow these people are about my age, and they are in to all that science cool.Well the book is about two girls who are told by their parents that they are basically going to swap life's,( right after the total eclipse) Then there is a boy that has no friends, and likes to spend time alone cooped up in his tree house. He's one of those people who are pulled into this, even though he doesn't want to be. Ally (one of the girls) lives far out in "Nowhere,USA" Where astronomy isn't just something you learn in science class. You actually live it. Her and her family own a camp down there. Moon Shadow. Now Bree is just your normal American teenager who is obsessed with being a model. The three meet with a bunch of coincidencess, but in the end everything turns out peachy keen. Ha ha



To all those out there I wish you all clear skies!
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