fathers and daughters

Dec 3, 2021

The Canyon’s Edge is a kind of boring and an emotional realistic fiction novel by Dusti Bowling. This book is about a girl named Elenor. Ever since the shooting that killed her mom, she and her dad have isolated themselves from the world. After a year Elenor and her dad go to a canyon where no one goes. Elenor’s dad feels a canyon flood and pushes Elenor to safety, but he gets carried away by it, now Elenor has to find and rescue her dad.


I love the way the author tells the story as a poem, but I think the way the author presented the plot was kind of weak. I recommend this book to

Nov 23, 2021

15-year-old Frannie is dealing with the death of her father when she discovers that he had made her a 1000-piece puzzle. Frannie is then suddenly transported back in the past to learn more about her father.

I personally did not like this book. It felt way longer than it should have been. This book did not flow very well and felt fragmented.  The plot seemed odd also, considering how she randomly traveled back to the past. I didn’t really like the characters either, they did not seem very redeeming. I would rate this book a 2/5.

Smoke by Darcy Woods

Smoke

4
Rated by
Oct 21, 2021

Honor Augustine is a perfect student and cares for her father who has PTSD. When she finds out that her family is getting into financial trouble and at risk of losing their greenhouse business, she is firm on saving them. She decides to grow marijuana to help her father and her family’s business.


This book is very thought provoking; it makes me wonder what lengths are people willing to go to in the name of saving their family? I really like the way that the author depicted PTSD in a seemingly realistic way. This book was hard for me to put down; it was very interesting. But, I don’t like

Aug 10, 2021

After months of scheming and fighting, Alosa has finally retrieved all three pieces of the treasure map from the leaders of the pirate families — Vordan, Jeskor, and Kalligan, her father. The assembled map shows a path to the Isla de Canta, where unspeakable treasures are guarded by sirens, waiting to be claimed. Alosa plans to work with her father in order to collect the treasure, but when she discovers a terrible secret that her father has been harboring for years, she begins to question everything she’s ever known. After escaping from her father’s ship, she and her crew find themselves in a

The Precious One

By Marisa De los Santos
4
Rated by Colleen O.
Aug 7, 2015

Writer Taisy Cleary moves into the pool house at her father's house, invited there after two decades of silence. Wilson, her absent and hateful father, is recovering from heart surgery and wants her to write his memoir. Taisy's presence is at first greatly resented by Willow, her little known half-sister. Willow is sixteen and after being homeschooled her whole life, is forced to attend high school and is struggling to fit in. Up until now, Willow's world has been tightly controlled by her father.


Taisy secretly hopes her return to her hometown will bring her into contact with Ben, her