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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Take Me There - Susane Colasanti

This book is told in three different narrative voices, two girls, one boy. It's full of teen talk, which I normally don't mind, but which seemed to me a bit overdone in this book. Although it is, I'm sure, quite realistic and just got to my grown up sensibilities a bit too much.

This book deals with more high school than middle school topics, but mature fans of authors like Sarah Dessen and Justina Chen Headley will enjoy it.

Available at the Multnomah County library.

1 comment:

Ελλάδα said...

I read all of Susane Colasanti's other books but I put off reading this one because it didn't seem as intresting to me. It just sounded like it was some stupid, pathetic, desperate girl but that's not true at all. Even though the main character, Rhiannon sulks about her break up, she is a very well developed character and I got attatched to her just like I did with all of the other characters in this books. What I love the most about this book is that it's so real. Just like I thought, I didn't enjoy it as much as Susane Colasanti's other books. But even though it wasn't my favorite book, I still really liked it.