خاطرات یک زن توده ای gPersonal response I like this book because you never knew where they wereonna Is Government the Source of Monopoly? and Other Essays (Cato Paper ; No. 9) go next I liked books that have a mystery in them or suspense in them I really liked this book and hope there is books like this one that I can read Summary The book Joyride starts of with airl Nina and her mother Joyce Nina and her mom move every couple months or every year Nina that her
mother her job or doesn t have enough money to lost her job or doesn t have enough money to in that house or apartment any Well Nina and her mother finally move to this place and rent an apartment and Nina meets a lot of new people "And Becomes Fri Personal Response "becomes fri Personal Response was a very interesting book it had a lot of mysteries and drama moments I enjoyed the suspense of what would happen on the next page The way the book ended was so surprising I would have never seen it coming and I think that really put the cherry on top for this bookPlot Summary In the book Joyride Nina and her mother Joyce have been traveling her entire life They never lived in one spot for than a month Nina had many suspicions throughout the book of why they moved around so much but she never really One Too Many Blows To The Head got a straight answer from her mother Nina tried not to make too many friends because when she did her mother would make her move right away so Nina lost many friends throughout the book In the end Nina finds out why her mother made her move so much and what she found out was completely life changingRecommendation I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a little mysteries along with a little drama I think mainlyirls would enjoy this book If you like a book that will keep you in suspense then this is the book for you The cover wasnt what made me fall In Love It was the story the characters the theme the ending the purpose Reviewed by Angie Fisher for TeensReadToocomNina has never really thought of her life as being different from any other middle school student her age That is other than the fact that she s lived in states than most rown ups everything she owns fits into the van they travel in and she takes care of her mom about as much as her mom does her She s used to it though It s the way it s been as long as she can remember Life was an adventure after all So when Ni. A daughter discovers her mother's mysterious shocking secretFrom Montpelier Vermont across the country to Venice California Nina Lewis and her mother Joyce are always on the move They own nothing that can't fit in the back of a van and they never stay very long in any on.
Amy Ehrlich ✓ 6 SummaryY it s been as long as she can remember Life was an adventure after all So when Nina and her mom started disagreeing on how and where they are living she didn t think anything of it other than she was rowing up coming into her own wanting to put down some roots The problem was the comfortable Nina began to feel in a particular
Town The Her Mom Seemed To Possess Some Desperate Needthe her mom seemed to possess some desperate need leave it Was it that her mom didn t want to share her attention or was there another secret Nina s mom was protecting her from When "finally the truth comes out Nina was far from prepared for the heartbreak "the truth comes out Nina was far from prepared for the heartbreak follow Nina learns the hard way that sometimes what we don t know doesn t hurt us and often those we think we know most are literally complete strangers I read this in a couple of hours but even so the pacing seemed slow I liked the descriptions of the different towns Nina stayed in but as Joyce became increasingly franticparanoidaggressive her behaviour seemed out of place especially because Nina was so chill she just
it off each time ending was also kind of silly Maybe because I ve read better books with the exact same plot twist but Nina was just like oh well and went to live with her real family without seeming to care overly much about a leaving Joyce who then GOES TO PRISON and b the fact she s moving in with complete strangers Then again she didn t seem bothered about leaving her friends and boyfriend behind each time she moved either Oh and there was no explanation for why Joyce had stolen Nina as a baby which was unsatisfyingAlso the fact that this was written in 1988 made it seem really uaint Nina talks about etting her hair permed a couple of times and says that at nearly 5 7 she s considered tall which made me lol because no This book was a solid two star but the ending which took me by surprise and I will not spoil upped it a bit This is about a irl named Nina whose mother Joyce keeps moving from city to city The back of the book portrays Joyce as being a crazy mom but sadly the author did not deliver And because of the constant moving of the characters the side characters aren t terribly developed However this was a ood and interesting read especially towards the end. H their lives to spiral out of control With finely drawn characters and a frank compelling narrative voice Amy Ehrlich weaves a complex story about an unusual mother daughter relationship a story that explodes in a final heartbreaking climaxaka Where It Stops Nobody Know. Na and her mom started disagreeing on how and where they are living she didn t think anything of it other thanShrugged It Off Each Time
That She Was Growing Upshe was rowing up into her own wanting to put down some roots The problem was the comfortable Nina began to feel in a particular town the her mom seemed to possess some desperate need to leave it Was it that her mom didn t want to share her attention or was there another secret Nina s mom was protecting her from When finally the truth comes out Nina was far from prepared for the heartbreak to follow Nina learns the hard way that sometimes what we don t know doesn t hurt us and often those we think we know most are literally complete strangers Nina s mother is constantly moving them around the country Nina is Running from Strangers getting tired of this and she wants answersFinally Nina realizes the ugly truth Her mother really isn t her mother at all She kidnapped Nina from the hospital when she was just a few days old The womanets sent to a federal prison and Nina oes to live with her real parentsA different type of story that I m used to but
It Was Enjoyable Inwas enjoyable In way it reminded me of Margaret Peterson Haddix sorry if I spelled her first name incorrectly This is a compelling unforgettable YA novel that suffers a bit from a confusion of titles the publisher insisted on originally calling it Where It Stops Nobody Knows which was the title when I first read it But the author apparently hated that title and ot it changed to Joyride on a later edition This book is well worth discovering it s a mysteriously If It’s Monday It Must Be Madurai: A Conducted Tour of India gripping compulsive adventure told by airl who accepts but doesn t understand why she and her mother can t stay anywhere for long why they have almost no possessions and why they have "TO MOVE UICKLY AND SECRETLY EVERY "move uickly and secretly every someone I remember reading this book as a teen and I recently found it again It is a well written YA book with an unsuspected ending Nina has never really thought of her life as being different from any other middle school student her age That is other than the fact she s lived in states than most Maker Lab: 28 Super Cool Projects grown ups everything she owns fits into the van they travel in and she takes care of her mom about as much as her mom does her She s used to it though It s the wa. E place Home is wherever they are as long as they're together But as Nina begins to yearn for a settled life and lasting friendships Joyce begins to move at a and frantic pace Will Nina everet the stability she craves Or will Joyce's compulsion to keep moving cause bot.