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Mini Book Review | When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead

When you reach me
Have you read a book so beautiful that you've felt light and happy? When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead is one such book. A delicately written piece on friendship and dreams with a really interesting and tight suspense plot, this book has touched my heart in ways I cannot possibly explain.
The book is narrated by our 12 year old protagonist, Miranda. Miranda belongs to a family who dreams to become rich one day because that would make their problems go away. But Miranda and her mother are a happy little family in their own way. One day Miranda receives a cryptic note and that freaks her out. A couple of more notes, explicitly meant only for her eyes, proves Miranda that they are notes written by someone from the future and the said person is trying to save her best friend - Sal's life. The person has been trying to guide Miranda through a chain of unfortunate events involving her friends and her friendship with them.
The book has a tinge of everything - from …

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