Go read Soulkeepers
God, Love, Death and Mystery
A teen Fantasy
Mother gone missing
Danger Paves the ground and sky
The Magic Defies
All laws of Reason
A tree warps time and season
Cat with mind of man
A knight with aquatic hands
An innocent heart
You best be quite smart and
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"The absolutely true diary of part time indian"
by Sharmen Alaxie
This story is actually about trials of Native Americans. This book is very interesting to read. It's about an indian boy (Junior) who is born with a number of physical disabilities like water in brain. His parents are poor and always busy in their lives especially his father who is always drunk. He talks about his life and his parents lives that like him they also had a lot of dreams but there was no one to fulfill their dreams. Junior has his best friend who cares about him and protects him from other people who fights with Junior. Junior is a smart kid and always afraid of people but sometimes forget that he is afraid of those people and show a strong reaction to them.
( i have not finished this book yet )
I have read this book at least 3 times and I enjoy it more each time. It makes me think about everything from love and relationships to death and religion.
I recommend you read it when you have some time on your hands because it induces some aimless staring or daydreaming as you attempt to digest the huge themes in the book.
I highly recommend the Millenium Series by Steig Larsson. It's a well written novel with great character development. The storyline is very intriguing as well.
Sam Border (Dave Franco) character wishes that he could escape his unstable father's hold on him as he and his little brother travel off and on due to his fathers criminal ways.
Riddle Border (Angus T. Jones) is not much of a talker. He has a strange unique way about him that finds interest in drawing pictures of the insides of things and waits for the day when the outsides of things will make sense. He looks up to his older brother and finds him as a great inspiration and role model. Both Sam and Riddle's world changes when Sam meets Emily Bell.
Emily Bell (Emma Stone) is a strong believer in destiny. First being placed to sing for her church choir, . She sees Sam in the back row being somewhat invisible to everything around him, Nothing, she feels, is mere coincidence. And as she is singing its only her and Sam in one room, or thats what it felt like to her.
"Everyone whose path you cross in life has the power to change you—sometimes in small ways, and sometimes in ways greater than you could have ever known. Beautifully written and emotionally profound, Holly Goldberg Sloan’s debut novel deftly explores the idea of human connection" - http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/9415957-i-ll-be-there