The Wrap-up List

The Wrap-up List

eBook - 2013
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In this modern-day suburban town, one percent of all fatalities come about in the most peculiar way. Deaths--eight-foot-tall, silver-gray creatures--send a letter ("Dear So-and-So, your days are numbered") to whomever is chosen for a departure, telling them to wrap up their lives and do the things they always wanted to do before they have to "depart." When sixteen-year-old Gabriela receives her notice, she is, of course devastated. Will she kiss her crush Sylvester before it's too late? Friendship, first love, and fantasy artfully mesh in this magically realistic world that ultimately celebrates life.

Publisher: [United States] :, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,, 2013.
ISBN: 9780547824116
0547824114
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: hoopla digital
Restrictions on Access: Digital content provided by hoopla.

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mrswilltoledo
May 22, 2018

So you’re telling me that Death goes out to coffee with you and your family, juggles apples, is partially related to sharks, and comments on how you pee.

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ErinMarie
May 03, 2017

I loved it! It was an amazing book and I just couldn't put this book down. It was so creative, and so beautifully written, and it had an unpredictable plot that had me screaming at my friends with joy and surprise and sadness. I definitely recommend this.

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Bookcat18
Jul 03, 2016

An awful book. Confusing, boring, and too fast, all at the same time, made me dislike this book. The ending made no sense whatsoever, and I was SO confused when everyone at the end randomly started to make out with each other, it was too much. Won't be reading anything more from this author, that's for sure.

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