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Drawn by Chris  Ledbetter
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Did you ever wonder what it would be like to be a character in a book? Literally?

Cameron, your typical geekish teenage boy, is an aspiring artist. His mentor, 80 year old Mr. Cassisi, encourages Cameron to pursue his dream of not only becoming an artist but to pursue the girl he loves. Upon Cassisi’s death, Cameron receives a leather bound sketch book with strict instructions to “draw things” and not “people”.

Cameron is feeling dejected because Farrah, a girl he has a crush on in his journalism class doesn’t want him as a boyfriend. He feels that, if he can’t be with her, then the next best thing would be to draw her in his new sketchbook. What he doesn’t expect to see is “Farrah’s” image start to move and come to life on the very pages he just sketched. The story becomes more complicated when another girl, who Cameron hasn’t sketched also turns up next to “Farrah” or “Echo” as Cameron calls her and tells him that Echo is in danger unless he joins them in the book.

The plot is fairly action packed with unexpected plots and twists. The storyline does drag a bit every now and then but the action does pick up with the addition of new, unexpected characters. The characters were believable and the ending is quite exciting!

This book would be great for both teen boys and girls as Cameron’s love of gaming is featured throughout. A fun read!
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Reading Progress

July 2, 2015 – Started Reading
July 2, 2015 – Shelved
July 19, 2015 – Finished Reading

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message 1: by AJ (new)

AJ Sounds really creative!


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