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Book Title: Blues for Zoey|
The author of the book: Robert Paul Weston
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Reader ratings: 3.8
Date of issue: February 8th 2015
ISBN 13: 9780738745046
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 8.70 MB
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Kaz, the main protagonist, works in a sketchy laundromat called Sit'N'Spin. You'd think he's saving up for college, but he's actually not. His mother suffers from a very rare disorder that makes her sleep for days sometimes. There is a place that can treat her, but it's very expensive, and they can't afford it. Kaz is saving up for that. In the beginning of the summer, Kaz notices a girl outside his shop playing a very unique instrument, and he falls in love. Not literally, but Kaz was extremely fascinated by her, and he just felt like he wanted to know her. Reading on, the story was very interesting. It was a cute contemporary where the guy is trying to get a girl and also plays a hero trying to save his mom. I was surely mistaken because it wasn't only that. Blues for Zoey is so much more than just that.
The characters, all of them, were great. I don't think I disliked any of them, and I felt like evey single one of them was unique and different than the other in their own way. Robert Paul Weston also has a way in making the reader to never stop reading his book. It was kind of like an addiction. I just always wanted to know more, and because the chapters were small, I'd always say "just one more chapter". Robert Paul Weston has a way of writing that is unique, and it's kind of funny in a way and sarcastic and I just really enjoyed reading it. I have to say though, Blues for Zoey SHOCKED me. I just could not believe what was happening, and for a book to shock me this much, it has never happened.
I try not to give much about it, because I hope all of you readers will add this to your TBR pile and make a vow to read it soon. It was pretty different than the usual books I have read recently, and I really loved it. I felt like it was very realistic, and because life isn't perfect, it wasn't perfect for Kaz or any of the characters either. I really think that Blues for Zoey is a beautiful read, and I recommend it to all contemporary fans out there. I'm glad I was able to read it! Will definitely be on the lookout for future books by Weston!
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SAKURA'S CHERRY BLOSSOMS is out now!
Ahoy. This is my small, oddly-shaped island in the GoodReads archipelago. You're welcome to surf, swim in the lagoon, or stroll along the amusement pier, where they sell prawns and whelks and words by the cupful. If you'd like to keep things topical—as well as tropical—mosey on down to the beach, sling yourself in a hammock, and crack open a good book. One of these, perhaps...?
My first novel, ZORGAMAZOO, won the 2011 California Young Reader Medal, the 2010 Silver Birch Award, and the 2009 Children’s Choice Award. If you've had too much sun and crave something darker, try my hardboiled fairy tale, DUST CITY. It was shortlisted for the 2011 Edgar Alan Poe Award and the 2011 Sunburst Award. Then there's my second novel-in-verse, PRINCE PUGGLY OF SPUD AND THE KINGDOM OF SPIFF and THE CREATURE DEPARTMENT, a collaboration with the British special effects firm, Framestore.
My latest is SAKURA'S CHERRY BLOSSOMS, my first picture book, illustrated by the Japanese-American artist, Misa Saburi, and perfect for springtime.
I live in London, England. It is also on an island.
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