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Between the Lines
What happens when happily ever after ... isn't?
Delilah hates school as much as she loves books. In fact, there's one book in particular she can't get enough of. If anyone knew how many times she has read and re-read the sweet little fairy tale she found in the library, especially the popular kids, she'd be sent to social Siberia ... forever.
To Delilah, though, this fairy tale is more than just words on the page. Sure, there's a handsome (well, okay, hot) prince, and a castle, and an evil villain, but it feels as if there's something deeper going on. And one day, Delilah finds out there is. Turns out, this Prince Charming is real, and a certain fifteen-year-old loner has caught his eye. But they're from two different worlds, and how can it ever possibly work?
Together with her daughter Samantha van Leer, #1 New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult has written a classic fairy tale with a uniquely modern twist.
The authors of ‘Between the lines’ Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van-Leer illustrated every character in detail and they gave each character a very unique role. The illustrations of the book was fascinating and it captured my attention almost straightaway, which was what I loved about it. The book was very enlightening and had an interactive plot, however the ending could have been a bit better, also I think that the way the characters had solved the problems that they faced could have been somewhat improved. I liked how the authors (Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van-Leer) portrayed Delilah’s and Prince Olive point-of views and not just have one as this gave me a better understanding of what was happening. I also like how they wrote the actual story (the fairy-tale story) that Prince Oliver plays. I found it a bit strange how Price Oliver and Delilah felt about one another, since Prince Olivia is just a book character. I think “Between the lines” is a very magical; enchanting book as well as a very suspenseful and captivating book to read.
This book is actually okay.
At first by looking at the cover of the book, it doesn't look that interesting.
This book has quite a lot of dialogue and honestly, it's quite annoying.
But the book overall is awesome!!!!
I don't really have a lot to say about this book since it's not my favourite book but still read it everyone!!!
Between the line sis defienteley one of my favourite books.
The book has alot of dialouge but it forms the story together so well. The best part of the book for me was defientely towards the ending although i dont want to say what happenes cause then i would just spoil it!
If your into fantasty and a little bit of romance, this is defientely the book for you. It is a great holiday or weekend book to read and i would reccomend it to ages 10 and above because of some of the events that occour during the book.
Happy reading little ones!
Admittedly, I would not rate this unputdownably epic, but it was cute. The romance a little schmaltzy, the protagonist a little angsty, but overall, it's fun. There's something nice and light about the story, and once it reaches a certain stage, with progress on the Rescue-Prince mission, it really does get a bit exciting. I especially liked the touch of Edgar... charming read, wouldn't read it a dozen times, but once, it's worthwhile.
This book was one of the best books I have ever read! Between the Lines is a story about a girl called Delilah who becomes obbsessed with reading a fairytale. One day, Delilah notices something in the book that had never been there before. She comes to learn that the prince in the story, Oliver, is trapped in the world of a fairytale where everyone plays the same role over and over. With Delilah's help, Oliver planned to escape the book. Throughout the book they face some struggles but in the end, there is a happy ending. It's a great read and I would reccomend it to everyone!
This book was a cute modern fairy tale like story which I quite enjoyed.
I think everyone should read this.