7 Aug Summary: Five years ago, Miranda’s older, troublsome and wild sister Xanda died. Now, she lives in the shadow of the past and the secrets that. Read Tell Me a Secret by Holly Cupala by Holly Cupala by Holly Cupala for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. 17 Nov A few months ago, Kelly wrote an in-depth review of YA Fiction nominee Tell Me a Secret by Holly Cupala, a book she said far exceeded her.
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Review: Tell Me a Secret by Holly Cupala
The Grave Keepers by Elizabeth Byrne. At times i really hated this book and at other times i really liked it. Secrets can be some of the most damaging things we carrying with us. That being said, I didn’t really feel any connection from Miranda. Teens will be held by the fresh take on the teen-pregnancy plot. Aug 19, Katie rated it it was amazing Shelves: However I hoped a bit more for Rand and Kamran.
By twelve, I was trying on her clothes in secret, of coursethrilled with the way her shorts hugged my cheeks and made my decret seem obsolete.
Tell Me a Secret. Her death shattered their perfect family and nothing c Debut author, Holly Cupala, has taken a very tough subject and written a beautiful novel about it.
The plot was fast-paced. Miranda considers her baby to be a replacement on sorts for his dead sister, but the author never shies away from the negatives of being a scret mom. The loss of her sister Xanda leads her to make some very stupid choices. She needs Lexi as much as Lexi needs her mother. Refresh and try again. Apr 22, Skye rated it liked it Shelves: About Product Details Praise It’s tough living in the shadow of a dead girl.
It was such an eye-opener for her. Her sister’s death affected them so much that the life they all were living was a sham. I think it could be a semi-accurate portrayal of being pregnant while being a teen. Your browser doesn’t support iFrames.
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I dare you to set it down during its last hundred pages. I gave Tell Me a Secret 5 purrs because I cannot remember the last time I became so emotionally invested in a book. We’ve emailed you instructions for claiming your free e-book. And I felt bad for Miranda’s dad.
Tell Me a Secret, by Holly Cupala. Read by Jenna Lamia.
Jul 28, Ashley rated it really liked it Shelves: Laddered stockings with dresses that were decidedly un-churchy. Perhaps this book would be enjoyed more by teenagers I’m hardly the right age to be included in the books target audience and hopefully it contains enough information about teen pregnancy to make them think twice about getting themselves into Rand’s situation.
Rand has had a lot to deal with since her sister Xander died 5 years ago, she has never really dealt with her grief and her parents haven’t helped by refusing to talk about Xander now she is gone.
She was incredibly likable and I found myself relating to many of her doubts from when I was a teenager. Get a free e-book from Book perk. She had that sour, sharp smell, and I knew she had been with Andre—Andre, of the sultry voice and skin the shade of coffee with milk.
I was relieved to see her happy and moving ahead with her future, after so much heartache and sadness during her pregnancy. Anyways, I think that this could be a good book for teenagers to read and possibly even parents of pregnant teenagers. I liked the second part of the book with Lexi.
She was brave and forceful when it came to her baby and that was what really mattered. She’s strong and vulnerable at the same time. Miranda Mathison hasn’t had an easy life since her sister died.
I was so scared I poked a pin through the end of my pinky. Jun 01, Jenna rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Because that makes it teen pregnancy. With a heavy grasp, she steered us both toward the full-length mirror hung on the back of her bedroom door. Miranda’s pregnancy is never romanticized nor glamorized. I liked this book in general, it’s very emotional and I cried a few times, but I was so pissed at Mandie for He isn’t the focus of the story, but he grows as a person as well, and by the end of the novel, I had stopped making angry faces when his name was mentioned.
More accurately, she would give anything to just be like her. I would of freaked in her condition: Other than that, if you like audio, this was very good quality then again, I have no real reference material.