When I Was Older

When I Was Older

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A new friendship with a boy who is both attractive and intelligent helps fifteen-year-old Sophie sort out her feelings about her younger brother Erhard, who died three years earlier, her self-centered older sister, and her distant father
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, c2000
ISBN: 9780618055456
Branch Call Number: YF Fre
Characteristics: 167 p. ; 22 cm


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Twoey Gray
Dec 07, 2008

Not bad, but not great. This book is the typical teenaged romancey story about the clash of love and mourning. Some aspects were good, like some of the points made on overcoming grief or entering a new world, and others were simply unnecessary, such as the points made on "A-girls". Also, it was kind of confusing that the two main supporting characters had names that didn't reflect their gender.


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