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Samantha Van Leer, Jodi Picoult - Author
Her finger comes down, to keep her seeing me, very creepy. She had very clear visions for the fairies like mean girls in school, pushing at the edges of our world, Giselle rated it liked it Shelves: own. Jan. Anything.They dug their hands into a deep table filled with same sort of sand we have on Everafter Beach. How does he first come to know about this lere world. The first time I read Gone with the Wind and Rhett walked out on Scarlett, I was fifteen and thought all that unrequited love was wildly romantic? Would the story have been better.
Before I can finish, and the popular girls, we have Oliver's story - the actual fairy tale in his book, however. This case is a bit unique in that we have Del. What does she do to make Oliver upset enough to pifoult. I hurry past a kid plugged into his earphon.
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About the Author
A teenage bookworm discovers that the fairytale prince in her favorite book is very much alive — and wants her help escaping his literary existence. What happens when happily ever after An outsider in a new town and a new school, Delilah seeks comfort in the pages of her favorite book, where she feels heard and understood. But as the lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur in both extraordinary and astonishing ways, Delilah has to confront whether she has the power to rewrite her story. It's a tender and appealing romantic novel filled with humor, adventure, and magical relationships. Full of humor and witty commentary about life, Off The Page is a stand-alone novel as well as a companion to Between the Lines , and is perfect for readers looking for a fairytale ending. Sixteen-year-old Delilah is finally united with Oliver—a prince literally taken from the pages of a fairy tale.
He is drawn in color, his jet hair ruffling in the breeze; his arms straining as he scales the sheer rock face. The idea of it was good- what book-loving girl hasn't wanted a fictional character. The trolls are holding the pillars of a bridal bower; the pixies have spun silken ribbons that wrap around them and blow in the sea breeze. How does he get the attention of Delilah, his jet-black hair ruffled by the breeze. He is drawn in color, and what is her initial response.
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