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Monday, November 14, 2011

Must Read Monday (4)

Fans of Fiction

Hey everyone, sorry I missed last week's MMM, but I'm back and ready to participate again this week! This meme is hosted by the lovely Jenna from Fans of Fiction. Please go and check her blog out, she's a total sweetheart! The rules are simple, just create an acrostic puzzle about your favorite book from the week's genre. This week the theme is...A Book so Powerful it Changed you in Some Way

I have the PERFECT book for this:

                    Suffering from the loss of her older sister June, Harper
             embArks on a trip cross country with June's stolen ashes
           discoVering there was more to her older sister than she ever knew.
                 WIth Harper's best friend and mysterious new guy Jake, she slowly
              learNs what it is to live without June. The hole in her heart
         slowly Gets smaller, but the ache is constant for Harper.

           And Just when Harper thinks she knows her sister, she finds out the real
                 hUrt and truth behind a girl she never really knew.
                   Now Harper must come to terms with June's final wish and
                  sEe that sometimes the pain is too much to carry alone.

I absolutely fell in love with this book and urge you all to at least check out it's proper summary on goodreads or look up my review in my blog's archive.


  1. OOOOooooo! Sounds like a good read. Thanks for sharing!

  2. This is already on my tbr list but from your acrostic, I'm putting it on my "on deck" list. I love books about sisters and this sounds heartwarming in the midst of sadness and thought provoking. I like the part that says ..but the ache is constant for Harper ..breaks my heart already!

  3. Ugh, am I going to need a box of tissues for this read? It sounds touching. Great acrostic and I'm adding this book to my list. :)

  4. Great book. I think teens will love it. My review will be posted tomorrow...

  5. Oh my gosh, this whole acrostic poem thing is so cool! And yours is so awesome, Kristan -- have you ever considered being a poet? Because I would definitely read what you have to say if they're nearly as convincing as this one! :)

    Awesome poem, Kristan! I really need to get my hands on a copy of Saving June!

  6. Oh shoot! I was thinking Saving Francesca instead of this! So I'm putting this on my tbr list ..more like my wish list since it's not in my library. :(

  7. Loved this book...especially the romance part. It was definitely a heartbreaking read. This book definitely tears your heart apart.