Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Scribbler of Dreams - Mary E. Pearson
The Malones and the Crutchfeilds hate each other. Always have, always will. So, when Kaitlyn Malone's dad gets sent to prison for manslaughter - which was totally an accident, but the Crutchfields don't believe that - Kait's mom can't afford to send Kait and her sister to their expensive private school.
She has to send them to Twin Oaks - on Cruthfield property. Kait's mom enrolls them under Hampton, her maiden name, so no one will hate them.
But when Kait falls in love with a Crutchfield - who doesn't know that she is a Malone - what will she do? What will she do when he finds out the truth that he fell in love with his families enemy?
Scribbler of Dreams was a really good book that is now on my favorites list. It's like a modern day Romeo and Juliet. Mary E. Pearson wrote it really good, I couldn't put it down. It was very addicting - I stayed up until one in the morning reading it last night. Also, it was believable, which I also liked. It wasn't far out there - when I was reading, I felt like it could actually happen today.