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Every Soul a Star by Wendy Mass
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Jan 05, 10

bookshelves: realistic-fiction
Read in December, 2009

Ally lives at a campground. She does not want to move to the city. The stars can't be seen there, and she's been searching for the Messier Objects, which can hardly be seen from where she lives!
Bree has a life, and she likes it the way it is. As far as she's concerned, school is only there for popular people like her to practice looking good so they can be models someday.
Jack is a misfit with a talent for art. He failed science, and is looking for any excuse to get out of summer school.
They get brought together by the weirdest chains of events, and none of them expects what happens next.

This book is about three totally different kids who would never speak to each other at school, who meet each other under weird circumstances and change everything.

People who like realistic fiction that can be read by boys and girls might like this book. I'm suggesting that you try it, because it's really good.
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message 1: by Casey (new)

Casey keep writing this story. you are doing great.


Rachel Casey wrote: "keep writing this story. you are doing great."

It's not a story. I wrote a review.


message 3: by Casey (new)

Casey I know i relized it right after i wrote it.



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