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  • Book Name: June Reimagined 
  • Authors: Rebekah Crane
  • Pages: 304
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Publish Date: November 1, 2022
  • Language: English

Book review:


June Reimagined by Rebekah Crane books waiting for when I finish another book so yeah I'm going to try to get this done today this is a young adult book it's called the odds of loving grover cleveland's it's by rebecca crane um I had seen this cover

I mean the book kind of stands out a bit because I mean it says grover cleveland i guess and i would assume most people know that that's the name of a president 

so I kind of didn't know this was going to be historical fiction or what but when I picked it up it's just a kind of not run-of-the-mill but it's a standard young adult books no historical fiction involved they do explain the name obviously 

so the basic concept is the main character Xander is 15 years old I believe and she is dropped off at a camp camp padua and it's just a summer camp for teenagers who are at risk that's a common phrase that people use for teenagers with issues often times you hear that at-risk teens 

so they don't really talk they don't really talk about them or say that phrase at risk very often in the book so she we don't know why she is dropped off but you know that there's obvious issues for her and those you know she'll talk about things like her stomach clenching 

stuff you give you kind of little peeks of the fact that she's something's up but you don't know why and of course you do learn it eventually so i will say that because it's young adult there is some cheesiness in volved and there is some things that are tied up in a convenient way or some of the storylines are convenient so that's why I went to actually first started reading it 

I didn't just like it at all but I was just kind of reading it at surface value and I just wasn't really super into it but I wasn't not into it either you know it was easy to pick up and read but as I got into it there's four main teens in it that standard kind of or the three other teams 

i guess that she interacts with the most there of course our teenagers there and they do touch on suicide and they touch on eating disorders and all that stuff but the main character Xander's I guess best girlfriend at the camp is named Kathy and she is the one that I felt like somebody could read this I feel like I've been holding this up for a long time maybe look weird 

I feel like she's the one that will make this book very realistic for people in fact there are a couple of times where she talks about her childhood that like the one like really it made me stop and I got kind of teary eyed because I know somebody who had gone through situation like that and 

I work with teenagers and so I know these issues are real like when people talk about you have teenage issues and it's just bullying and just you know eating disorders or whatever it goes much deeper and if you work with teenagers at all you know that that there's so much more going on for them and that life is quite challenging as a teenager and 

so I felt like with all of them but especially with Kathy's some of it was very moving to me and I don't know if everybody will have that same reaction just because I know you know more personally I know people who are affected with that but that is the reason why i feel like i could tell somebody to read this I could tell teenagers to read this 

I'm often asked for or book recommendations at my job and I think that this one would be really good and it's not in a hard way you know sometimes when you read about real when you read about real life situations with scenarios they're hard to read and it's sad 

it's you know violent or whatever and this is not that way it was easy to read in terms of that it's not graphic or anything like that so that is I mean those are ultimately all my feelings I would definitely tell someone to read this if you like young adult books.


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