Author Archives: K2Harvey

About K2Harvey

Reading, and writing about it.

Solo by Kwame Alexander (2017)

Rating: 4.2 Stars Short Summary: Blade Morrison is on the precipice of graduating high school. Blade struggles to face conflict through his interactions with his girlfriend, his substance abuse rock and roll father and within himself. What I liked: Alexander … Continue reading

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Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult (2012)

Rating: 2.5 stars Short Summary: Delilah – a fifteen year old book worm finds herself so immersed within reading a fairy tale that she soon discovers that the prince inside the story is trapped and in need of escaping his … Continue reading

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Rating: 4.2 Stars. Short Summary: Gregor heads to Camp Save the World a special summer program for teenage activists who are looking to enhance their cause. When the prize for the demonstration of the greatest activism is announced, things slowly … Continue reading

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Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner (2017)

Rating: 4 stars. Short Summary: Carver’s life falls apart after he texts his three best friends – who while responding get into an accident that takes their life. Carver tries to come to terms with his own guilt over the … Continue reading

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A Season of Daring Greatly by Ellen Emerson White (2017)

Rating: 4 stars Short Summary: Jill Cafferty becomes the first female to be drafted to the MLB as a pitcher right out of high school. She deals with the trials and tribulations of becoming a new recruit with the added … Continue reading

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Honestly Ben by Bill Konigsberg (2017)

Rating: 4 stars The story takes off AFTER Openly Straight, so if you’ve not yet picked that book up, you should before starting this one, and in fact, if you plan on reading it at all, quit reading this blog … Continue reading

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The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Abertalli (2017)

Rating: 4.5 Stars Short Summary: When Molly’s twin Cassie gets a new girlfriend, the dynamic between them significantly changes while Molly comes to terms with her own body image and making sense of her own crushes. What I liked: Abertalli … Continue reading

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