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The Most Special Book
I recommend this book to kids age 10 plus. It's really entertaining and a good way on not wasting your time. This book can give you some great ideas about life; especially in what the 12 year old girls mostly think like. I think thatit can also be a good collection with the books that are ralated to Radiance. After reading this book you won't want to stop but keep on going.
The Dorky Guy and Buttercup
They are like Rileys guides, the dog is like her bestfriend named Buttercup and the dorky guy named Bodhi is like her angel he tells her what to do in her after life... He teaches her about whats good and wrong in the new place were she live which its called "Here And Now"
#1 New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of Faking 19-school library"With over 2 million copies in print in the US alone- school library"She lives in Laguna Beach, California.-school library"her books have been published in 35 countries and have won awards including the National Reader Choice Award-school libraryAMAZON.COM
“A tale for lovers of the genre . . . For those preteens who like a mild supernatural adventure with romantic overtones, you go, ghost.”—Kirkus Reviews“I think I found a great new series with tons of potential, and that series starts with Radiance . . . This book is so cute!”—Bloody Bookaholic“I like Riley . . . She’s faced with challenges and loves to meet them head-on. I’m very pleased with this book. . . . Riley’s story is touching, moving, and uplifting.”—Biliophilic Book Blog“I loved reading this book! . . . Its beauty and simplicity blend perfectly with romance and humor. I’m sad that I must wait until next year for Shimmer, the sequel. I will definitely miss Riley, Bodhi, and Buttercup! Also the cover is just beautiful!”—Novel Thoughts
Here & Now
Thats were Rylie lives with her parents and dog and were she ment "Dorcky Guy" Its were her afterlife begin after her leaving planet earth.
Phillip 'Drew Faryna