I hope you haven’t forgotten me, because there is not a week that goes by that I don’t acknowledge my lack of presence in the blogosphere. I’m hoping things will get better in the next few weeks as I start to finalize final papers and midterms and moving towards final exams.
I’m hoping that by the end of April I will be able to get back into reviewing, or at lest reading/listening to get some reviews out again! I do know writing blogs has not been on the forefront of my mind, but fingers crossed I’ll be more there soon!
Tell me what you’ve been up to. What are you currently reading? Link up your recent blog posts, because I haven’t been checking into my Bloglovin’ account either (oops)
By: Scholastic Audio
Length: 6 hrs., 20 mins.
Eevee is almost 16, and her step-father, Joe, is back from the war and upon his return he built his empire as an appliance store owner. After many weeks of late nights, Joe comes home to his little family and announces that they are going on holiday to Florida. Without any rhyme or reason, the next morning Joe, Eevee, and her mom pack up and head south from Brooklyn, and upon their arrival strange things begin to happen.
I realize I’m ending my description ends like this might be a mystery novel, I’d have to disagree. It’s a murder mystery, but we never really find out who did it, with a female protagonist who makes a “big girl” decision to lie for her parents because she doesn’t either of them to accused of murder, even though it’s obvious they both had a hand in it. The beginning was sounding cool and slightly sweet, especially when Eevee was crushing hard on her step-father’s military buddy, Peter. But once things start getting tense then it gets awkward, and it almost seems Eevee takes having a crush to a whole new level of crazy!
I don’t know if I would recommend this book for a school library, since I know there are so many books about WWII with stronger female protagonists. Would you?