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by Jodi Lynn

eBook Glory #3: Blue Girl epub
  • ISBN: 0142500453
  • Author: Jodi Lynn
  • Genre: Teens
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Puffin (August 11, 2003)
  • Pages: 176 pages
  • ePUB size: 1924 kb
  • FB2 size 1614 kb
  • Formats lit doc azw mobi


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Glory Blue Girl (Glory). Published by Puffin, 2003. Condition: Good Hardcover.

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Ships from and sold by noid217. Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. I look forward to Jodi Lynn's next book.

Betrayed by someone she thought she could trust and picked up by the police in Boston, Glory finds herself placed in a foster home with a kind, elderly couple. The Kellys give Glory everything that she thought was lost to her forever-a place to call home, people she can count on, and the security of feeling like she belongs. But still, Glory can't be completely honest with the Kellys. Then her health starts to fail, and she realizes that unless she admits to her past-and Katie's death-there's nothing that the Kellys, or anyone, can do to help her. show more.

What I dislike about this book is how negative Glory thinks and is. She always thinks about dying, about Katie, about being an outcast from her home, and being fearful.

Period: 1. There was a young girl who's name was Glory Mason. She is shy and fearful. Glory is also a young girl who is unfortunately a foster child. She comes from a town called Dogwood. What I dislike about this book is how negative Glory thinks and is. Well, I would be negative too, but I would at least try fixing those problems and facing my fears if that is what I have to do to go back home and to see Katie again so we could go to Boston together.

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While becoming sicker, Glory tries to do the things she and Katie had planned to do in Boston and tries to find her place in her foster home, at school, and with a new friend.
Comments: (4)
generation of new
These books are so great. I know they are 'kids' books but Im 27 and couldn't stop reading them. I love the entire set.
Cheber
This book caught my attention as soon as I read the Prolouge. The story begins with Glory, who is put into foster care, meets her new foster family. She is from a small, almost Amish type, community from Dogwood, West Virgina. Glory is very apprehensive about being put into a foster home and having to start going to a "modern" school. The writing of this story really puts you there with Glory and makes you feel the pain and apprehension that she is feeling. As the story flows, she is able to accomplish many of the goals that she had set for herself with the help of her new friend Joe and her foster family The Kelly's. Throughout the story you cannot help but to hope for the best for Glory and to know that things are going to turn out to be okay for her. In the end she is able to come to the conclusion that where she is is going to be okay and that she can settle down with the Kelly's, finish school, and have a life for herself. This book was well worth the time it took to read and I cannot wait to read the other books in this series. Jodi Lynn did a good job of describing how Glory was feeling and helping the reading to feel the same emotions that Glory did. I would recommend this book to anyone of my friends.
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Glory Blue Girl

By: Jodi Lynn

Reviewed by: A. Quizon (Firecracker)

Period: 1

There was a young girl who's name was Glory Mason. She is shy and fearful. Glory is also a young girl who is unfortunately a foster child. She comes from a town called Dogwood. Dogwood is a place located deep in to the mountains of West Virginia. She loved this place so much, but when it was her first timce wice she was a cast out of Dogwood, she thinks as if she doesn't have a real home anymore. Glory feels like she doesn't really bolong anywhere or fit in with other people anymore. She thought that when she wasn't in Dogwood anymore, people wanted her to belong there, and there means: somewhere else besides her old home, Dogwood. She definitely hated the feeling of this. Glory wondered how she would make it into a modern school. She thought that if she didn't make it, it would hurt her foster parents extremely. Glory was scared of everything happened to her. She wished she was in a much better position in her life. She did not want to hurt her foster parents, just as she hurt her real ones. Glory was brave enough that if someone would tell her that she would die the next day, she would not be in shock. She certainly is not surprised because she is already being cast out from her hom, and being made to drink from the vial of judgement. The only thing that really does shock her, is all the days that she ever lived in her life. She thinks being stuck in this position that she is in now, would make her die. She hated her life. Her biggest fear was that since she thinks she comes so far in her life, she does not want to die before she can keep her promise to her sister, Katie. They both promised to each other that someday, they would go to Boston together. Glory misses Katie so much. Katie is at home, while Glory is out, not allowed to go back. Glory is now allowed to go any where she wants, except back home.

What I liked about this book is all the drama and tragedy going around Glory. It is so sad, especially when I picture everything in my mind while I am reading. I love the parts when Glory says that she would not be in shock if someone told her that she would die the next day. If that happened to me, I would especially freak out! It surprises me how she says that it would not shock her a bit. "What if you were thirteen years old, and someone told you your life was going to end tomorrow, or the next month? It sure would be a shock, wouldn't it? Well, dying tomorrow would not shock me." That is when I first got surprised. It also surprises me when she says that to her, it is only shocking the days that she lives and does not die. "What surprises me is all the beginnings. All the days I don't die. All the days that start instead of end." This also surprises me because it's like Glory excpects her to die herself.

What I dislike about this book is how negative Glory thinks and is. She always thinks about dying, about Katie, about being an outcast from her home, and being fearful. Well, I would be negative too, but I would at least try fixing those problems and facing my fears if that is what I have to do to go back home and to see Katie again so we could go to Boston together. Since a deadly poison is running through her veins, she should also at least try getting the help she needs instead of moping and saying, "I can't do it. There's no use." This is where she acts so negative: "With the deadly poison running thought my veins, I never thought that I would actually make if this far." It's so sad, which is also a good thing, because this makes the book so much more interesting.

My favorite part of the book is the prologue because it is like an intorduction of the book. I pictured a hopeless girl in my mind that needs help. It makes me so sad thinking about it. Then I started to wonder, how will she ever fix this problem? I was so anxious to find out, so I started my big adventure, and found out.

My least favorite part of the book was in the end. Nothing else really happened and everything stayed the same. Glory did not go back home, nor did she go to Boston with Katie. All she did was write a letter to her family saying that she's lost, she loves them, and she's doing alright when she's by herself. She still thinks she's going to die soon, she's still acting so negative, and she still didn't get any help to get the dangerous poison out of her. Then suddenly, somewhere in the book, it says, "Somehow, she's got to get back to Dogwood. She's got to make sure that once gone, she won't be forgotten." That was the very last sentence of the book, and it shows that everything stayed the same from the very beginning. I'm more of a happy ending person, but I still love this book a lot!
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