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This picks up some months after the first novel ended, when Ginny is contacted by Oliver, the person who found her bag and envelopes. Somewhat far fetched but anyway, Ginny is soon off on another European adventure, this time to find the lost art pieces of her Aunt Peg, and to reclaim her letters from the mysterious Oliver. Nothing goes as planned, but Ginny is given the closure she never received at the end of the first book.
I loved Ginny and watching her emerge from her comfort zone and get to know not only herself but Aunt Peg in a new way with every place she visited.
I also absolutely loved Keith and Richard because I felt like they balanced Ginny out. By the very act of coming back, you wipe out what came before. Feeling becomes action. Everyone knows this. No one quite understands how it works. Maybe they seem to come together all wrong. The event. It is unique.
It is theirs.
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So why two stars and not one? The writing wasn't awful. The idea was just underdeveloped and rushed. I think with more time from Johnson and an editor who'd pushed her to really polish it the book could have easily been three stars, maybe four. I do think she has some talent and I want to try her again, but this was definitely a disappointing start.
View all 21 comments. View all 3 comments. Feb 03, Shannon rated it did not like it Recommends it for: no one. Shelves: own , ya-books. It was all action and no thought.
It was not insightful. The main character was not likeable. She wasn't unlikeable either. She was just like She didn't have very many thoughts. And never very insightful ones ie "I like this boy! I am sad. I am happy. I am angry". There was no attem Unimpressive. There was no attempt made to make her a human, a believable character. Also the end was frustrating but kind of oddly moving a little at the same time. But overall, I was not in any way impressed. View all 9 comments.
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Aug 20, Lisa rated it liked it. I am not going to review this book except to say the thing that made me crazy. There were several instances in this book where something was mentioned and you think it is important and then it was dropped. For instance, when the MC goes in the Louvre, it is mentioned that she checks her backpack in at the front--kind of like a coat check.
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But then, as she is trying to get out of the Louvre she kind of starts going down random hall after hall in search of an exit and finally finds I am not going to review this book except to say the thing that made me crazy. But then, as she is trying to get out of the Louvre she kind of starts going down random hall after hall in search of an exit and finally finds one and leaves. Later, we see that she is on the street and has her back pack.
Excuse me? This drove me to distraction. Why was it even mentioned that she checked it in??? If you mention a small detail like this, it should be important later. Do not leave me hanging.
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It would've been differnt if we never saw her leave the Louvre because the reader could then assume she retrieved it. This was not the only scene that did this kind of thing.
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There was another in Denmark when she gets off a train and it is mentioned that she has to pee very badly. She does not know which restroom is mens or womens. As she is trying to decide, her ride comes, hustles her along to a boat, and we never find out of the poor girl ever got to pee!! I worried about her through the next few scenes! Okay--other than that, the book was a good read. Carry on with your lives. I read this book as an assignment from a mother-daughter book club that I am in with some friends from B.
It wasn't very good, and while the plot is a nice idea, the author didn't really write it very well. I mean, who would let thier daughter go overseas with no contact to the US and only carrying what she could fit in her backpack. And only haveing US dollars to spend. In addition to several other appalling facts, some of which are: letting your daughter do the following: 1 stay with a I read this book as an assignment from a mother-daughter book club that I am in with some friends from B.
In addition to several other appalling facts, some of which are: letting your daughter do the following: 1 stay with a adult male to whom she is not related to, and you have no clue who he is other than she is your unreliable completely out of controll sister's friend 2 travel around unsupervised all over Europe following a pack of envelopes 3 go on a wild goose chase, the letters written by your sister who as I mentioned before is unreliable, and completely out of controll Oh, and by the way, did I mention that your daughter isn't even out of high school yet? View all 16 comments.
Jul 17, Katya rated it it was ok Shelves: , the-ya-project. Oh, book.
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I had such hopes for you. Here's the thing - I love travel stories. I love coming of age stories. So what's not to love about a coming of age story that involves lots and lots of traveling? It's a hard question to answer, and the fastest way to answer it is: Aunt Peg is one seriously bitter person. She lives without having constants. Fair enough.
She does all sorts of menial, petty jobs while waiting for her career as an artist to hit off.