So… what did she choose?

For those of you waiting to see what my daughter chose – drumroll…..

She was really interested in this one after I gave her a quick synopsis.  I can’t wait to hear what she thinks of it.  She started reading it the other night when she was home – in the morning she comes downstairs to make the following comment:

“Mom – she’s already dead!”  To which I corrected her and then got the “MOM!  Don’t ruin it for me!”

So – it’ll be fun to see how she makes out with it.

I’d love to hear from anyone who has had a daughter or son who has read the same book as you – were their views similar or different from yours?  My youngest and I have read a couple of books and I can tell you that our views were NOT the same – but I suspect that my eldest daughter’s views may be similar than mine….  So how bout you?


2 thoughts on “So… what did she choose?

  1. I’m just finishing this book and have mixed feelings on whether or not I’d recommend this to my 14-year-old. I think the writing is stunning but it is so hard to watch Lia hurt herself. I think it might be more suitable for an older teen.

    • I would struggle recommending it to my 14 yr old too – but my oldest is 18 and she wanted to read a book that had a real-life aspect to it. So something that was essentially easy to relate to. Part of me really hopes that she takes something away from this book…..

      Thanks for dropping by 🙂

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