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John P. Ryan
5.0 out of 5 starsLone Stars was a great read. Great story about a former pro football player and the two young kids. Who gave of themselves to help the Coach as he battled the effects of concussion. We don't see enough of this going on in sports, not in life. Can't wait to read another Mike Lupica book. Highly recommend thisbbok
Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2019
Lone Stars was a great read. Great story about a former pro football player and the two young kids. Who gave of themselves to help the Coach as he battled the effects of concussion. We don't see enough of this going on in sports, not in life. Can't wait to read another Mike Lupica book. Highly recommend this book.
5.0 out of 5 starsTromly does it again, long live Planet Digby!
Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2017
Tromly achieves a triple header in fine style with Trouble Never Sleeps, the last book in her Planet Digby trilogy. Zoe and Philip Digby are in the last throes of their investigation into the fate of his vanished little sister Sally, while facing up to their decision to deal with their mutual attraction. Oh, and deal with a host of other problems such as online bullying, slut shaming, absent or clueless parents, corporate terrorism, and whether Zoe should leave for private school just as events typically start to blow up around them, literally and metaphorically. Their friends Sloane, Henry and Felix are back to give them advice, and the usual villains pop up to complicate matters, but it's Zoe and Digby's wisecracking, thrill seeking, roller coaster riding relationship that commands our unstinting focus right up to the very last page and beyond. These books fly off the YA shelves at my library and adults are onto Tromly's charming and witty style - time to get another set of them!