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The Twice-Lived Summer Of Bluebell Jones (2012)

by Susie Day(Favorite Author)
4.12 of 5 Votes: 1
ISBN
1407120840 (ISBN13: 9781407120843)
languge
English
publisher
Scholastic
review 1: Just, like. WOW. I don't even know where to start. I've been pushing off reviewing for quite some time now, and some books have already faded away in my mind, but this one is just like still clearly etched into my mind. I personally thought this was going to be some middle-school novel, but it turned out to have such deep, almost bending towards dark themes? Bluebell and Red - the whole back to the past, and THE FREAKING TWIST AT THE END. Be still my heart. It was the kind of book where you finish and your face is just "O.O" for the first few minutes. Speechless. Jaw hanging out. In your head, there's Macklemore repeating What What What What. Then summon THE TEARS. Please, go read it.
review 2: Bluebell Jones makes a thirteenth birthday wish that conjures up he
... morer 14-year-old self, and life will never be the same again!Red seems to be everything that Blue isn't and longs to be, so with her very own expert to guide her into becoming her new, cool teenage self, the summer hols at the seaside town of Penkerry are definitely looking up... or ARE they?!The Twice-Lived Summer of Bluebell Jones is an absolutely absorbing, beautifully funny read. The characters - from Blue's gorgeous older sister, Tiger, to her pregnant drummer mum, to her gang of new-found friends - all are so vivid and feel so refreshingly real.This is a book about living life that stays with you long after the story is finished. A totally memorable MUST READ! less
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ash
its an awesome book but also explains to much but such worth of time
Nick
Solid MG/lower YA. Liked it.
Twoeyedox
A really sweet read
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