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Meg Rosoff

3.52 of 5 Votes: 4
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Books by Meg Rosoff
Picture Me Gone (2013)
3.5 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Appétissante entrée en matière, avec un début d'enquête, de multiples pistes envisagées et un suspense qui tient la route. Puis le récit devient plus opaque et fait découvrir à la (jeune) narratrice que son petit monde n'est pas celui qu'elle s'imaginait. C'est assez inégal mais ...
Imagina que ya no estoy (2014)
3.49 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: This precocious 12 year-old narrator prides herself on her emotional intelligence -- or she sees it, "solving puzzles", reading faces, picking up on signs. When her father's best friend disappears on the eve of their visit from London, Mila and her father Gil (yes, she is one of...
Au bout du voyage (2014)
3.49 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Really good book and I would like to recommend it to anyone who is interested in mystery. It is slow but it gets really interested towards the end. Picture me gone mentions about how a girl by the name of Mala sets off for New York along with her father. Her father came to know t...
There Is No Dog (2011)
3.24 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: Irreverent, magical, hilarious, absorbing. How I want to believe that no such supreme beings have anything to do with our world. God is a teenage boy named Bob, who has no attention-span, sleeps as much as possible, is epicly narcissistic, and does as little of his job as possi...
The Bride's Farewell (2009)
3.34 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: This is quite an odd - and yet, strangely compelling - story. I began listening to it during a road trip, and was home before the book was over. I was intrigued enough to find it at the library and immediately download it to my kindle. It was a quick read, and yet I find myself s...
There Is No Dog. Meg Rosoff (2011)
2.99 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I tend to like mythical fiction, interesting takes on religion, and fun YA stuff, but despite checking all those boxes, There is No Dog simply didn't do it for me. The plot felt scattered and the characters were underdeveloped and unsympathetic. The only thing that kept me readin...
Oh. Mein. Gott. (2012)
2.99 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Justin Fleischer"There is no Dog" Book review "There is no dog" by Meg Rosoff was overall a very well written book. This book's main character, Bob is an average teenage boy except he is God. But his behavior is not what you would for for God! He Doesn't get himself into to much ...
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