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Hilary T. Smith has a writing style that is engaging and flowing.
Quick & Dirty: This was an interesting book that covered some very serious issues, but I found it to be a little bit weird and disturbing.
It felt like a sloppy excuse to make sure Kiri’s mental state could go from bad to rock-bottom all the easier.
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This book was not quite what I expected. Read more
I admit that I didn't read past the first page because the subjunctive case wasn't used in terms of the red shirt. Yes, I'm an editor. It makes enjoying reading a lot harder. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Olivia Foster
Wow, so many crazy things can happen when parents leave for an extended period of time! This was a slightly scary book but was interesting to read.Published 1 month ago by Sarah
Hilary Smith is a writer with an interested eye. She notices clocks, carpet, earrings, t-shirts - small poetic details. There are plenty such details in this novel. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Botur
I knew going into Wild Awake that it might not be a “me” book, but so many people loved it that I decided I need to give it a chance. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stormy(Book.Blog.Bake.)
Wild Awake is a hard book for me to review. There is no question that the writing itself is superb. The voice throughout the novel is quirky and enjoyable to read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Emma
I should start out by saying that this book is immensely weird. And it didn't start off weird. It lulled me into a somewhat false sense of security because it seemed like it was... Read morePublished 3 months ago by endlesswonderofreading
Kiri wants to spend the summer working on her music and participating in Battle of the Bands. Great writing, great characters and it would be wrong to limit this book to teens. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lynn Ellingwood
Borrowed the library ebook and then read it last night when I realized it was about to expire. I have mixed feelings about it, although I wholly enjoyed the experience of reading... Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. McCaskill