Searching for Sky

Searching for Sky

Book - 2014
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On her sixteenth birthday, Sky and River, the boy with whom she has shared Island since she was a toddler, are "rescued" and taken to California, where Sky is separated from River, forced to live with a grandmother she has just met, and learn new rules for survival.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2014.
ISBN: 9781619633513
1619633515
Branch Call Number: TEEN CANTOR
Characteristics: 276 pages ; 22 cm

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Jul 20, 2016

This book was really quite different from all other books I've ever read. For one, it's really strange but cool to see how a person kind of "starts living again" in a completely different atmosphere. How on Island Sky and River, had everything, then when they came to California it was like starting over in life. Sky had to learn Everything. from Toe to plane. It was also quite funny of her reactions to all the things that surrounded her or things she had to use for living and such. The author kinda puts us thinking "huh, how strange that we as people stare at a television box of fake people" Or, "Maybe our oceans aren't that swell after all than the warm Island Ocean" Or even "What's a gun?..What's evil? Why do people need money?... Well just random things like that could really get us thinking. This type of book was something unique in a way. River and Sky had this unique,deep,kind,truthful and sweet kind of love that makes us all want to experience that. In many ways, this book gave you this comfort,made you laugh and question many things about life. It was great.

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