Tape

Tape

Book - 2014
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English teens Ameliah and Ryan, who live twenty years apart, meet fortuitously when each begins recording cassette tapes to work through family problems and hears the other's voice speaking back.
Publisher: London : HarperCollins Children's Books, 2014
ISBN: 9780007523511
0007523513
9780007511204
0007511205
Branch Call Number: YF CAMDE-S
Characteristics: 363 pages ; 23 cm

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bambi13
Jan 11, 2015

Two hundred pages into the novel and I still can't get into it. I tried. I really tried. I have a nasty habit of giving up on books halfway through or even less than that. But this one was no exception. I had such high hopes too. I was counting on something different. The story was predictable, the writing flat and boring. Ryan and Ameliah's tale failed to captivate me, much less pique my interest. The characters were flat and tasteless with no flavor to spice things up and I couldn't relate to them in any way. I don't recommend this to anyone. At least not for those of you who actually have good taste in reading material.

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gvlee
May 24, 2014

A girl and her dead father learn they can communicate when she plays the cassette tape he used to record his thoughts on when he was a teen. Intriguing premise but terrible, amateurish writing. Don't waste your time on this one.

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Sep 07, 2016

mausi13012003 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 12

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