But what happened before that?
Feb 20, Kina rated it really liked it Hello again - I am assuming this is the same book as "Jenna Fox Chronicles 1" -but the digital book I downloaded had the cover shown here, and no mention of "Chronicles.
I believe its message, alone, would be best served in a stand alone book. At the same time, I got so hooked on the Game of Thrones series, I suffered withdrawal when I reached the last published book available. Perhaps there are two side to the story. At the very least, it proves people are reading.
Back to the review I really really very much indeed enjoyed the book. It is definitely thought provoking. The idea of being considered "less than human" because "x" amount of a body is synthetic But I did feel sympathy and conflict for the main character as much as she experienced it herself in the book.
I read it in three days, finishing it last night. I thought it ended a bit awkwardedly, but never imagined there would be a reason to go to a second book and create a series. That is my only criticism of the book - learning today that a 2nd book along the same vein has already been published.
It was still a good book. She had two best friends, ballet, and loving parents. But after one crucial moment of underage driving, all of that goes away. Jenna was in a coma for a year after the accident.
When she wakes up she cannot remember who she is. Then she meets Ethan a friend from school, who she falls in love with. Ethan helps her memories float back to the surface. Who are her parents? It was hooking, relatable and shocking.
Pearson did a great job to have twisty, emotionally full, and fast paced book. This book is fiction. But when she starts to remember there are flashbacks to those memories. I would recommend this book to females 11 and up. The themes of this book is no matter who you are, there is always people who love you.
Another theme is never forget the most important things. Mary did a great job to hook you to the story and I hope she hooks you too.Mary's books include David v. God, Scribbler of Dreams, A Room on Lorelei Street, which won the Golden Kite Award for fiction, The Adoration of Jenna Fox, which was a finalist for the Andre Norton Award, The Miles Between, The 4/5().
Review – The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson Written on February 2, by Michelle in Books Read in , P Author Title: The Adoration of Jenna Fox.
Jenna is not your average seventeen year old girl. She wakes up from a coma after what should have been a fatal accident, but her life has completely changed. She is told her name is Jenna Fox, but she does not recognise it.
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who is an analysis of racism in to kill a mockingbird by harper lee quoted as praying to God: By bringing in a variety of orientation day at the wildlife. I adored the Adoration of Jenna Fox.
The story was original, suspensful, and thrilling. It had many elements of family, friendship, and relationship that I identified with. It is a book that makes you thinl about right, wrong, and the shades of color in between the two. Simply put, Mary E. Pearson made me think.