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!Read Epub à Some Kind of Animal ⛓ For Fans Of Wilder Girls And Sadie Comes A New Story About Two Girls With A Secret No One Would Ever Believe, And The Wild, Desperate Lengths They Will Go To Protect Each Other From The Outside WorldJo Lives In The Same Appalachian Town Where Her Mother Disappeared Fifteen Years Ago Everyone Knows What Happened To Jo S Mom She Was Wild, And Bad Things Happen To Girls Like That Now People Are Starting To Talk About Jo She S Barely Passing Her Classes And Falls Asleep At Her Desk Every Day She S Following In Her Mom S FootstepsJo Does Have A Secret It S Not What People Think, Though Not A Boy Or A Drug Habit Jo Has A Twin SisterJo S Sister Is Not Like Most People She Lives In The Woods Catches Rabbits With Her Bare Hands And Eats Them Raw Night After Night, Jo Slips Out Of Her Bedroom Window And Meets Her Sister In The Trees And Together They Run, FearlesslyThe Thing Is, No One S Ever Seen Jo S Sister So When Her Twin Attacks A Boy From Town, Everyone Assumes That It Was Jo Which Means Jo Has To Decide Does She Tell The World About Her Sister, Or Does She Run Thanks to NetGalley for providing me a complimentary copy of SOME KIND OF ANIMAL by Maria Romasco Moore in exchange for my honest review 3.5 STARSInstead of sleeping, Jolene spends her nights running through the woods with her feral twin sister No one else knows about Lee s existence She lives among the flora and fauna, clad in Jo s old dress, eating wild animals What did I just read I m not 100% sure.I spend a good part of SOME KIND OF ANIMAL assuming Lee was a figment of Jo s delusio Thanks to NetGalley for providing me a complimentary copy of SOME KIND OF ANIMAL by Maria Romasco Moore in exchange for my honest review 3.5 STARSInstead of sleeping, Jolene spends her nights running through the woods with her feral twin sister No one else knows about Lee s existence She lives among the flora and fauna, clad in Jo s old dress, eating wild animals What did I just read I m not 100% sure.I spend a good part of SOME KIND OF ANIMAL assuming Lee was a figment of Jo s delusional mind Jo checked many boxes for vulnerability to mental illness, abandoned by her fifteen year old mentally ill mother, unstable home life, social isolation, family upheaval, school problems Several cases of feral children have been documented throughout the years, I ve seen documentaries, so I knew the possibility of Lee s existence could also be real.Maria Romasco Moore delivers a dark, atmospheric YA debut with Jo s melodic voice The young teen dreams of being eighteen so she can get paid for her work in her aunt s bar, now considered chores hoping to get enough money toto another town to bartend broke my heart into pieces as I envisioned a girl with such little hope for.The relationships between Jo and Lee and Jo and her best friend Savannah illustrate the indomitable strength of love against even the most difficult circumstances I m still uncertain about several aspects of the story, but the reading experience though pleasant, wasn t compelling enough to make me want to reread for further clarity, which is why I didn t rate SOME KIND OF ANIMAL higher This is surprising, unconventional, interesting, haunting supernatural thriller But it also repetitive, nonsensical, awkward reading At some parts you question the author s motives to write this book because I definitely had some hard time connect with the characters and twin sister in the woods part of the story, well so sorry but I didn t buy it and ending is also haphazard, not quite satisfying with so many unanswered or not so well answered questions, too many blank spots But I still ackn This is surprising, unconventional, interesting, haunting supernatural thriller But it also repetitive, nonsensical, awkward reading At some parts you question the author s motives to write this book because I definitely had some hard time connect with the characters and twin sister in the woods part of the story, well so sorry but I didn t buy it and ending is also haphazard, not quite satisfying with so many unanswered or not so well answered questions, too many blank spots But I still acknowledge the efforts of the author build something from scratch and telling us something unique, dazzling, twisty And writing style, pacing was also good Problematic parts are story s direction and irritating characters you may not connect with their stories or you may have no reason to care for them This is story of Jolene, whose mother disappeared into thin air fourteen years ago, suffering from sleep deprivation, barely keeping her eyes open at her classes, feeling the burden of secret she carries She has a twin living in the woods, running wild and free Hmmm really and Jolene starts to meet with her at the nigh time At some parts I wondered maybe Jolene is delusional and she created her sister on her mind kind of explanation will be presented to save the story s sake but spoiler free it didn t happen So I m stopping right now not to giveclues or spillingbeans I could be snappy, irritating reviewer who givesclues and ruins the spirit of the book.Overall I didn t like the progression of the story but I appreciate the author s trying and some parts of the book picked my curiosity as well I wanted to learnSo 2.5 stars rounded up to 3 for these moments Special thanks to NetGalley and Delacorte Press for sharing this original ARC in exchange my honest review This one was hard for me to connect with the characters, but I really liked the atmosphere and writing. A new BookTube Video is Up all about whether you should buy, borrow or burn 2020 YA books Let me know what you think The Written Review My sister, Lee, and I don t live in the same house My sister doesn t live in a house at all She lives in the forest She sleeps during the day and runs at night Ever since Jolene Jo was five, she told her aunt and her grandmother who raised her that she had a twin sister living in the woods They never believed her, but whenever Jo coul A new BookTube Video is Up all about whether you should buy, borrow or burn 2020 YA books Let me know what you think The Written Review My sister, Lee, and I don t live in the same house My sister doesn t live in a house at all She lives in the forest She sleeps during the day and runs at night Ever since Jolene Jo was five, she told her aunt and her grandmother who raised her that she had a twin sister living in the woods They never believed her, but whenever Jo could she would sneak out at night to run in the woods with her sister Lee The normal rules don t apply here Tonight is magic Lee is becomingandinsistent that Jo joins her in the woodsbut something is holding Jo back And when Lee finds out what that isshe attacks.Isolated and in danger, Jo must make the biggest decision of her life one that could make or break her forever She steps closer, holds out a thin dirty hand So, for the most part I liked the book The beginning was solid I LOVED not knowing whether Lee was real or not I also loved the way she interwove in the story of the two girls However, as time went on and Lee becamesolid in life theI felt pity towards her She wasn t some brave spirit like her sister made her out to be, she was a kid who was abandoned A feral child I also felt like Jo was a bit too naive here her sister was very, very thin and not by choice As a freshman in high school, I feel like she should ve knownbetter In addition, the ending of the book last third felt very circle y and didn t have that BOOM that I was expecting With thanks to Netgalley, Delacorte Press and Maria Romasco Moore for sending me a free copy in exchange for an honest review