North of Nowhere review by druryj
North of Nowhere
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 12
Reviewer's Location - West Linn, OR, United States
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The book "North of Nowhere" is a fantastic book.  It involves both mystery and comedy in some parts.  With out telling you the whole book here is a summary: a girl named Mia lives in a city, but when her grandad goes missing every thing changes.  Mia has to suffer through a couple of weeks in a small town named Porhaven.  She is trying to make friends with a local girl and her name is Dee. Will she ever find her grandad and make friends? 

                                                                                                   

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 Liz Kessler must have put a lot of time and effort into writing this book.  I think this because it took me 4 days to finish it, I liked it that much!  I recommend that anybody 10 and up should read this book.  I let my mom read it and she liked it a ton!  I hope Liz Kessler makes a second "North of Nowhere" or a book like it!

                                                                                               

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5
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