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➪ Indigo (Water Tales, #2) Read ➲ Author Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us

Indigo (Water Tales, #2) Oak Grove Is A Dry, Dusty Town Haunted By The Memories Of A Past Flood Everyone Dreads Water Everyone Except Two Brothers, Trevor And Eli McGill Nicknamed Trout And Eel For Their Darting Quickness And The Thin Webbing Between Their Fingers And Toes, The Boys Dream Of The Farthest Seas And Of A Mysterious Past They Only Half Remember In Helping Them Reach Their Hearts Desire, Martha Glimmer, The Boys Fierce And Loyal Friend, Is Intent On Running Away From Memories Of Her Old Life Before Her Mother Died, Before Her Father Lost Himself In Grief, Before Her Heart Was Broken Little Do Martha, Trout, And Eel Know That Running Away Will Leave Them On A Journey Back To Their Own True Natures

➪ Indigo (Water Tales, #2)  Read ➲ Author Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us
  • Hardcover
  • 84 pages
  • Indigo (Water Tales, #2)
  • Alice Hoffman
  • English
  • 14 October 2019
  • 140520365X

    10 thoughts on “➪ Indigo (Water Tales, #2) Read ➲ Author Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us


  1. says:

    I wanted to like this, but I thought that the author tried to do too many things in too short of a book and it came out jumpy and disjointed It is a very quick read even for YA books , so perfectly worth it if you are interested in the concept However, while I felt like I was shown so...


  2. says:

    More like a long, mediocre short story about discovering who you are, despite what society or parents try to mold you into It was okay, and the reason I ll keep it in my classroom library and maybe recommend it to a reluctant, low lev...


  3. says:

    This was a short quick novella written for the YA audience It s about dreams, family, friendship, as well as mermaid magic It hooks you quick, teaches the very valuable lesson, be who you ARE Embrace your individuality, what is special about yourself Those who love you will treasure it.


  4. says:

    Personal Response I personally liked this book a lot I loved the story line behind it My favorite part was the end when the brothers saved the town I only wished it wasdetailed Plot Summary This book is about two brothers Trevor and Eli McGill and their best friend Martha Glimmer The Boys nicknames are Trout and Eel for their quickness and the thin webbing between their fingers and toes They live in a town called Oak Grove where every one dreads water unlike the brothers The McGill b Personal Response I personally liked this book a lot I loved the story line behind it My favorite part was the end when the brothers saved the town I only wished it wasdetailed Plot Summary This book is about two brothers Trevor and Eli McGill and their best friend Martha Glimmer The Boys nicknames are Trout and Eel for their quickness and the thin webbing between their fingers and toes They live in a town called Oak Grove where every one dreads water unlike the brothers The McGill brothers are obsessed with water especially the Ocean they dream of going to the sea like in their faded memories The tow...


  5. says:

    A really good friend sent me this last April because we are both huge water lovers A really charming short children s book, I re read this every so often just because Oak Grove is a dry, dusty town haunted by memories of a past flood Everyone dreads the water except two brothers, Trevor and Eli McGill Nicknamed Trout and Eel for their darting quickness and the thin webbing between their fingers and toes, the boys dream of the farthest seas of a mysterious past they barely remember.Mar A really good friend sent me this last April because we are both huge water lovers A really charming short children s book, I re read this every so often just because Oak Grove is a dry, dusty town haunted by memories of a past flood Everyone dreads the water except two brothers, Trevor and Eli McGill Nicknamed Trout and Eel for their darting quickness and the thin webbing between their fingers and toes, the boys dream of the farthest seas of a mysterious ...


  6. says:

    I kept on reading when Aquamarine was finished in the book I have that has both stories The quote A real friend believes in you when you don t believe in yourself immediatly struck me I ll keep reading Twoquotes struck me this afternoon while reading sometimes words spoken are the ones you ve been afraid to think, but once they re said aloud there s no way to make them disappear of how hard it was to leave behind the people you loved, even if the life you wanted wasn t I kept on reading when Aquamarine was finished in th...


  7. says:

    I picked this for one of my 2018 reading challenges favorite color in the title I enjoy Hoffman s writing and chose this one without realizing it was a kid book Needless to say it was a quick read.I didn t know this was a 2nd book in a series, but I don t feel like I missed too much by not reading the first Maybe I ll go back and find it just because It took me less than an hour to read this one so it isn t like it would be time consuming to do so.The story was sweet, but I feel like it wo I picked this for one of my 2018 reading challenges favorite color in the title I enjoy Hoffman s writing and chose this one without realizing it was a kid book Needless to say it was a quick read.I didn t know this was a 2nd book in a series, but I don t feel like I missed too much by not reading the first Maybe I ll go back and find it just because It took me less than an hour to read this one so it isn t like it would be time consuming to do so.The s...


  8. says:

    This is the kind of book you read in the middle of the night because you don t have to think and it s just a pleasant little book Not boring at all Great characters Makes you want to go swimming and make a difference in the world, even your own little world, if not the big ol world Makes you appreciate the little weirdnesses everybody has that make us different or weird and wonder how you would be if you had this characteristic or that, and what yo...


  9. says:

    An excellent book about belonging to the sea a fitting read to end 2017, the year that I birthed a Pisces.


  10. says:

    Slightly better than the first in characters.

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