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Eleanor and Park - Review by Sharon, Teen Blogger

Posted on 09-Dec-16 16:35
Rainbow Rowell, in her novel Eleanor and Park, captures the romance between two social misfits so beautifully. It’s awkward, it’s adorable, it’s painful, it’s heartbreaking and it’s so, so moving. I can relate to the characters, being a teenager around their age, and that makes this book even more special. Eleanor and Park are nothing alike; they come from different backgrounds, they live different lives, they have different destinies written for them, yet how they manage to find their first love in each other is a story worth reading.
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