Unlike the thousands converging at Moon Shadow to witness a total solar eclipse, Ally calls the isolated campground home. Bree shields herself in a cloak of good looks and popularity, but there is something within her no one suspects. And Jack, overweight and socially inept, finds himself on the verge of a startling possibility.
©2008 Wendy Mass; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
My 6th grade son started reading this book for school and loved it. He recommended I read it with him. It was such a pleasure to read and we enjoyed discussing the changes the teens in the book were going through as well as the science of the eclipse.
Well honestly It's really cool that it switches characters point of view and voices. It's not long and drawn out either.
When Bree says "I am not plain, or average or - God forbid - vanilla. I am peanut butter rocky road with multicolored sprinkles, hot fudge and a cherry on top."
No sorry I haven't
Yes it was. But that's impossible.
Many interesting facts about the constellations
*Small Spoiler* Honestly a lot if books don't. catch my interest but this book kept me hooked I wish there was a second book explaining about Bree's life now at the camp, Alpha's in the city, and Jack's life of becoming the new him. seriously the end brought me to tears I loved this book so much.
It was a great book I did not expect this great from a book from your other books The Candymaker and Mango
I would give this a book 2 thumbs up for its wonderful story
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