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Wild and Crooked

Wild and Crooked cover

Wild and Crooked

Thomas, Leah
5
Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019

The book switches between perspectives of two different, yet alike, characters forcing you to look at the situation from multiple perspectives. It is a book dedicated to those who are often pushed to the side in today’s world, and shows that we are all more alike than one might think, and that you should not judge others based on only what you’ve heard.

The most compelling aspect of the book to me was the underlying mystery mixed with the two teens who were drawn to each other. As they were learning about one another, one was very truthful, while the other claimed to be deceitful- yet still showed her main character traits.

I enjoyed the idea that the two main characters did not have to have a love story, even if they are a boy and a girl. I felt that it was different than many stories you read today. I also felt that there are many characters and different people represented throughout the book, which was absolutely refreshing.

This review was contributed by: 
Rose K. from MO YA Lit Council

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