Fall for Anything

Fall for Anything

Book - 2011
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As she searches for clues that would explain the suicide of her successful photographer father, Eddie Reeves meets the strangely compelling Culler Evans who seems to know a great deal about her father and could hold the key to the mystery surrounding his death.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312656737
0312656734
Branch Call Number: Teen Sum
Characteristics: viii, 230 p. ; 21 cm

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seriousalibi
May 31, 2012

I have to compare this novel to the Twilight books - one girl, two boys and a relationship that doesn't happen until the very end. Thankfully, it's only 230 pages, and not 4 books. It's an alright read.

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thuang26
Feb 26, 2012

I truly enjoyed this book. Definitely a serious topic though. To be honest, I did cry through some parts but the story lived on raw emotion. Really love this author. :)

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izzyb14
Oct 17, 2011

Definitely a more serious book, not too much humour in it. And kind of a depressing one too (just a warning in case someone would prefer a lighter read). It was well written though, but I do agree that the ending could have been summed up better.

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liveblue
Oct 05, 2011

This was not up to the standards of her previous books. I was really hoping for a more developed ending, for someone who can write so well I was really expecting to be a little more surprised. Overall good plot, and good in theory but it didn't live up to expectations.

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rockangelmpl
Apr 21, 2011

not as gud as her other books but it was ok.

McHenryTeenLib Mar 31, 2011

When Eddie's father commits suicide all she can ask is why? Along comes a stranger, a former student, that had a connection to her father and she thinks he is someone who can share her pain. However, her grief makes her blind to his ulterior motive and she allows him to lead her along. A quick read about losing someone you love and trying anything to hold on to their memory.

debwalker Feb 21, 2011

Third novel from Courtney Summers, "one of the sharpest and hardest-hitting of Canada's writers about high school life."
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