Teen icon Bella Thorne's debut novel!
Filled with personal elements from Bella’s own life, Autumn Falls is the first book in Bella Thorne’s new series! It has everything listeners will love and relate to: a real girl trying to find her own inner strength and be the best she can be, with a hint of magic and mystery, and a steady stream of OMG-I-can’t-believe-that-just-happened fun.
With her fiery red hair, new-girl outsider status, and tendency to be a total klutz, Autumn Falls definitely isn’t flying below the radar at Aventura High. Luckily, she makes some genuine friends who take her under their wing. But she also manages to get on the wrong side of the school’s queen bee, and then finds out the guy she’s started to like, funny and sweet Sean, hangs with the mean crowd. Now her rep and her potential love life are at stake.
When Autumn vents her feelings in a journal that belonged to her late father, suddenly her wildest wishes start coming true. Is it coincidence? Or can writing in the journal solve all her problems? And if the journal doesn’t work that way, is there a bigger purpose for it - and for her?
©2014 Bella Thorne (P)2014 Listening Library
"You'll be obsessed with Autumn Falls. It has basically everything you could ever want: a lovable klutz for a main character, a total heartthrob, and just a touch of magic." (Seventeen)
Bella Thorne has the potential to be a very good author. The fact that she wrote this well written novel. All while being under the age of 18, is impressive. Kudos to Bella
Interesting, quick moving, easy listen.
Sometime the readers emotions seem to come thru. Books read by the author always seem better.
Good shorter book. Needed a 5 hour book for a 5 hour trip. Fun listen
Good work Bella. I am touched by your story's sweet end. It would be interesting to see what our irresistible Autumn character could do, with the journal's help + that of her wonderful friends and family in some wider context just as relevant to our youth today like, say, climate change, the health of our planet or the political perversity that a small group of billionaires be allowed to wreak such havoc on world peace, social justice and the environment.
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