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Friday, February 5, 2016

Review: Both of Me by Jonathan Friesen

Both of Me by Jonathan Friesen.

Both of Me by Jonathan Friesen

Harper Collins Publishing
Publication Date: December 2014
List Price: $16.99
ISBN-13: 9780310731887

Review: Imagine: You are trying to forget about your past so you jump on a plane and you meet someone and you think it's true love. But then, when you get off your true love mistakes your bag for his bag and your bag has the most important thing in the world to you in the bag. What are you going to do?

In the story Both of Me a girl named Clara gets on a plane and tries to forget her past. She brings one bag very similar to the guy sitting next to her. When she gets out of the plane she realizes that something so important to her was in her bag. But the bag she picked up wasn't hers. On trying to get her bag back she meets someone who knows more about her past then she does herself.

Both of Me is good for people 12 and up because they will understand it better than kids. There are no pictures in the book, which makes you able to create a picture in your head. This is also why I think it should be for teens than for little kids. I think a boy and a girl could read this because it has a boy and a girl in the story. This is a great love story too.

Review written by Izzy (6th grade student).

We would like to thank Harper Collins for providing a copy of Both of Me for this review.

Have you read Both of Me? How would you rate it?

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