Piper Piper the daughter of Kathryn and Tom Scanlon assumes a cover up when her mom drowns in the Jacuzzi of Tom s boss
  • Title: Piper
  • Author: John E. Keegan
  • ISBN: 9781579620295
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Piper
    Piper, the daughter of Kathryn and Tom Scanlon, assumes a cover up when her mom drowns in the Jacuzzi of Tom s boss.
    Piper By John E. Keegan,
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  • I enjoyed the perspective of this book but did feel that elements of it were a repeat of other recent reads Fun Home for the coming out and All the Bright Places for the small town teenage angst However that is my problem If I had read this book first, I wouldn t have been feeling this way and would have simply enjoyed it for what it is a good and funny story which actually tackles some serious issues the death of a parent, sexuality, old people, family relationships, adoption name but a few The [...]

  • I enjoyed this book, although the pacing did lag a bit near the middle The main character is a teenager who is basically a loner, discovering who she is in the wake of the loss of her mother under questionable circumstances She is learning to navigate a world living with only her distant father and her pleasantly demented grandfather who moves in with them She has few friends to turn to and internalizes her grief and her uncertainty about who she is, and where she is heading Family secrets are e [...]

  • I think some of my students would enjoy this book, which focuses on a girl who is at odds with her father, her town and her small number of friends, yet discovers her relationship with all 3 is complex than she thought The plot twist was a little predictable, and the pace a bit patchy, but this was a generally enjoyable read I wouldn t use this as a class novel, but would recommend it to certain students with the caveat of being clear about some of the subject matter beforehand.I received an ad [...]

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