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Chasing Fireflies Kindle Edition
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Firstly as a parent I love the insight inside a young mans head,it helped me understand how my sons brain ticks at time. The characters in this story I connected well with as some were a reminder of friends from school and friends i have made now!
I'm sure we have all had friends that have a little bit of there personalities which is fun and gives you a laugh and makes you look back into your teens.A trip down memory lane.
The story that is created here is one that will touch your heart as I'm sure we have all experienced this sadness in our lives,what I truly loved was how these kids approach and deal with it and the trip they take you on is beautiful,adventurous,exciting and educating. As the places they visit are places I have never been and maybe never will
(it lit a light inside me wanting to be adventurous)
It's definitely worth a read as a parent and a young adult as its story will click with you in so many ways ~
Assassins Reading Reviewing Group
After a tragic accident where another classmate, Amber, is killed by a hit-and-run driver, these three friends are left reeling from the reality of Amber’s short-lived life. As a tribute to her, they plan an adventure in her honor to some of her favorite places. It’s a heart-touching tale told through Fitz’s eyes and, as cultured or sophisticated as he is, he still suffers some insecurities.
All three personalities were engaging and realistic in both their dialog and actions. The settings were well detailed to draw the reader into each scene. The only parts I have to nitpick about were all of Fitz’s flashbacks from his past. I felt like they were too numerous and slowed down the pace of the story. I will say the remembrances were entertaining, but I was excited for their adventures to begin. So color me impatient?
All in all, I think readers of all ages will enjoy “Chasing Fireflies.”
I love how the characters all have different backgrounds and personalities but accept and care about each other despite not agreeing with someone. I think that this book could be a great read for older teens and maybe the characters become role models in a way for today's youth. I don't think there is enough of that in the world today and I really think Tamsin, Fitz, Maddie and the others all have something to offer readers.
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Though Chasing Fireflies was not in my typical choice of genre, I found it quite charming and captivating.Read more