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    (The Blue Girl) [PDF READ] è Charles de Lint I'm not a big YA fan even for a Newford book It wasn't a bad book And I did enjoy the tiny cameos and mentions of a few of the established Ne

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    (The Blue Girl) [PDF READ] è Charles de Lint This is a re re read for me; One of the authors magical tales of a reality that is not iuitei the same reality as the rest of us live inImogene's mother has just moved them to Newford where she has a new school to contend

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    (The Blue Girl) [PDF READ] è Charles de Lint I love a book that takes an familiar trope and turns it on its ear Forget what you know from other books about fairies; Charles de Lint's fai

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    (The Blue Girl) [PDF READ] è Charles de Lint review Î eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Charles de Lint Charles de Lint ☆ 3 free read When people ask me what my favourite book is my default answer is The Blue Girl One of my first experiences with urban fantasy I found The Blue Girl to be the perfect combination of weird and wonderful I'm sure that in the coming years I will re read this book to see if it holds up to my previous experience and when that happens I'll be su

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review Î eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Charles de Lint

The Blue Girl

The Blue Girl review ¾ eBook or Kindle ePUB Le for a change But trouble shows up anyway Imogene uickly catches the eye of Redding's bullies as well as the school's resident teen ghost Then she gets on the wrong side of a gang of malicious fairies When her imaginary childhood friend Pelly actually manifests Imogene realizes that th. I m not a big YA fan even for a Newford book It wasn t a bad book And I did enjoy the tiny cameos and mentions of a few of the established Newford folks

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The Blue Girl review ¾ eBook or Kindle ePUB E impossible is all too real And it's dangerous If she wants to survive high school not to mention stay alive she has to fall back on the skills she picked up in her hometown running with a gang Even with Maxine and some unexpected allies by her side will her new friend be able to make i. I love a book that takes an familiar trope and turns it on its ear Forget what you know from other books about fairies Charles de Lint s fairies aren t particularly beautiful but they are a little bit wicked I loved the way he mixed elements from fantasy science fiction even horror to create his world The characters are realistic and believable and the issues they deal with are real as much as they are fantastic Bullying oppressive parents parents who don t care enough image and one s real self all come into play Not to mention soul sucking shadow creatures fairies ghosts angels and an imaginary friend named Pelly who is half boy half hedgehog half rabbitGreat book probably for slightly older YA audience 14 for good measure

review Î eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Charles de Lint

The Blue Girl review ¾ eBook or Kindle ePUB Seventeen year old Imogene's tough rebellious nature has caused her harm than good so when her family moves to Newford she decides to reinvent herself She won't lose her punkthrift shop look but she'll try to avoid the gangs work a little harder at school and maybe even stay out of troub. From the very first pages I felt this is familiar territory I m a big fan of the highschool comedies of the 1980 s and The Blue Girl starts with a couple of outsiders making common front against loneliness and bullying Imogen is the new kid in school a wild one with hippie parents and a troubled history and Maxine is the studious timid high achiever with old fashioned clothes picked by her mother Each has something to learn from the other If you re wondering where the book title is coming from be patient it will be made hilariously clear in the second halfThe first person narrative made me uickly involved in the fate of the protagonists The supernatural part of the story a ghost wild faeries dangerous entities of darkness is slight in the beginning but it develops well to take center stage towards the endCompared to my previous Newford book The Onion Girl this feels lighter in tone and streamlined customized for a YA audience I had no problem with this in fact I think de Lint did a sterling job of mixing the fun parts with the darker content of the story without dumbing down the characters or sugar coating the issues Fairy tales real fairytales not the ones that end up in picture books or Disney cartoons are all about danger and pain and terrible things happening People get hurt in them all the time This particular uote reminded me of the original Grimm Brothers stories that gave me uite a few scares in childhoodThere s a particularly good scene with Maxine and the novelist Christy Riddell where they discuss writing techniues and the need for the fantastic elements in a story I didn t take notes but basically if a story makes you look at your life from a new angle and reevaluate your options it doesn t matter if it is invented or notAnd one final uote from a dialogue between Imogen and her mother one of the best characters in the book We re not going to have a normal life are we Would we want to I m not planning to read the Newport books in order I may miss some references to the back stories of recurring characters but the main story both here and in Onion Girl was self contained I plan to return to this setting but I don t know yet which book it will be

  • Paperback
  • 368
  • The Blue Girl
  • Charles de Lint
  • English
  • 15 November 2019
  • 9780142405451