Signs of You

Signs of You

Book - 2016
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Sixteen-year-old Riley copes with the loss of her mother two years earlier with the help of a support group, which gets involved in a mystery surrounding a relic of St. Ignatius.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Soho Teen,, [2016]
ISBN: 9781616956578
Branch Call Number: YA MYSTERY France Emily 07/2016
Characteristics: 230 pages ;,22 cm


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The book features 4 characters which is Riley, Kate, Jay and Noah. Each character has a loved one who has passed away. Such as Riley's mom and Kate's grandma I believe. Jay's dad owns a spiritual pendant in which he has found in a cave a long time ago. Each character has worn the necklace and seen a their dead loved one in the real world. In the story Noah goes missing and the gang reach out to find him. Then go through the mystery on how these events were to happen.

Things that I liked:
I liked how the author created a story on where friends work together to figure out the mystery of the pendant and it can relate to those who have lost a loved one in that way. They also use very figurative language. It is a good book for those who like a mystery.
The characters also have very diverse personalities and views on the world.

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However, the story I found was very difficult to follow at a lot of points and a few parts of the story aren't pulled together as well as I would have liked personally. I believe that the story was a little scattered all over the place.
- Emery

Sep 27, 2016

I adore the friendship in this book. It deals with guilt and pushing through the hard times, using friendship and relying on others. There is a cool history, supernatural element as well with a touch of mystery. But truly the realistic and strong friendships are what made me love this book more.


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