Wednesday, January 2, 2013
No Passengers Beyond This Point by Gennifer Choldenko
This was a very odd book. I was expecting something more like Gennifer Choldenko's Al Capone books. I wouldn't know what genre to put this in.
The story starts out with a family facing foreclosure. A single mom sends her three children across the country to live with an uncle while she finishes her school year so she can join them and start a new life. Something happens on the way and the children end up in a strange town.
I couldn't tell if this was a dream sequence or the author's view of the afterlife. I would be very cautious who I recommended this book to.
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