Alejandra Hernandez

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  • In the Middle of Nowhere (Willow's Journey #1) on July 23, 2012
    (no rating)
    When I first started reading the book I was not able to get that into it because it takes a while before the real story starts to develop. However when I finally gave myself the time to read, I found myself really enjoying it. I give it a 3.5 start rating because the book seems too good for 3, but perhaps had it been longer it would have reached 4. Anyways, you guys should give it a read, I definitely recommend it I really liked that Willow was a relatable character.From falling to Tessa's peer pressure, to handling her mother's new relationship she dealt with it in a way that I can imagine many teens would. I like that by the end of the book she seems to have matured and come to terms that some things will not stay as she wished to be, that people move on with their lives whether you like it or not. One thing I really dislked about the book was the fact that Michael was hardly present. For being one of the main characters he was not that well developed. While I found it sad that he was sick and loved his genuine feelings towards Willow, I wished we could have seen more of him and the romance that formed between the two of them. Overall it was a good book, there seems to be a good plot going on, if the author had perhaps made it longer and give us more of a storyline with Michael, and Tessa I think it would be even better. Thank you to the author, Julie Knudsen and We
  • In the Middle of Nowhere (Willow's Journey #1) on July 23, 2012
    (no rating)
    When I first started reading the book I was not able to get that into it because it takes a while before the real story starts to develop. However when I finally gave myself the time to read, I found myself really enjoying it. I give it a 3.5 start rating because the book seems too good for 3, but perhaps had it been longer it would have reached 4. Anyways, you guys should give it a read, I definitely recommend it I really liked that Willow was a relatable character.From falling to Tessa's peer pressure, to handling her mother's new relationship she dealt with it in a way that I can imagine many teens would. I like that by the end of the book she seems to have matured and come to terms that some things will not stay as she wished to be, that people move on with their lives whether you like it or not. One thing I really dislked about the book was the fact that Michael was hardly present. For being one of the main characters he was not that well developed. While I found it sad that he was sick and loved his genuine feelings towards Willow, I wished we could have seen more of him and the romance that formed between the two of them. Overall it was a good book, there seems to be a good plot going on, if the author had perhaps made it longer and give us more of a storyline with Michael, and Tessa I think it would be even better. Thank you to the author, Julie Knudsen and We