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The Glass Mountains by Cynthia Kadohata
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Aug 26, 2011

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An interesting book written by someone who didn't follow the normal formula, which I found refreshing. I found the lead girl to be promising, but she then often confused me; her personality, morals, and ambitions did not seem to be set. They wavered, and not because of character growth. However, at the same time I feel like I might have acted the same way she did.

I found Moor to be a stronger, more reliable character, as it were. And the dogs were a wonderful, unusually written addition to the main cast.

Would I read it again? Maybe, but it didn't leave a deep impression on me. The ending was extremely hurried and dissatisfying, which I found unfortunate.

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