Saving Zoë

Saving Zoë

Book - 2007
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Instead of a fresh start, high school provides more grief and isolation to Echo, whose older sister died a year earlier, but insights gained from Zoë's diary--a fifteenth birthday gift from Zoë's boyfriend--about her sister's life and death change Echoin ways she could have never expected.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2007.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312676834
0312676832
Characteristics: 230 p. ; 21 cm.

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EVA MONROE HOANG
Jun 05, 2012

Honestly i didnt like echo in the first place, she needed to grow a bit more. But as time went on, i feel that she learned from her sister. A lovley book, (the diary entries are the best)

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gunajea
Jan 15, 2012

It’s been only a little while since Echo’s sister Zoe had died. There’s also the fact that her mom is in depression. All she wants is for her life to get back together again. But Zoe’s old boyfriend Marc had given her Zoe’s diary. Now Echo is trying to uncover everything about her dead sister. If you like a book with a lot of drama, this is the book for you. It was written fine, but I don’t really like books like these. I just wanted to read something new for a change. If you like a book like this, you could also read The Sky is Everywhere.

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Justabookfanatic
Mar 27, 2011

Amazing! While I was reading it was like I was part of the story. I could feel Echos emotions and they captivated me, I couldn't get away once I started reading

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LTHL
Oct 30, 2010

It wasn't a bad novel in my opinion but the little sister at least grows up.

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astoria_malfoy
Jul 14, 2010

Reading this book was like falling into a blackhole would feel like, falling and falling, and not caring, because it's amazing. It was a great read.

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bittle
Apr 01, 2010

I love Alyson Noel's books, and this one was great! It was amazing how a diary of a girl's dead sister can bring her closer to her! It made me smile in parts, and cry in other parts, it was a good book!

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heartofwinter
Jan 05, 2010

This is one of my favorite books and it deals with so much. Friends, love, death, and Echo is such a real character, so the author made it easy to enjoy as you relate to her feelings. It made me laugh, and cry, and fall in love with the characters. It's a book to read in one long sitting.

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Christina946
Jul 13, 2009

I was always turning the pages faster and faster, inhaling it, just to read more of the diary!!

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Christina946
Jul 13, 2009

Instead of a fresh start, high school provides more grief and isolation to Echo, whose older sister died a year earlier, but insights gained from Zoe's diary--a fifteenth birthday gift from Zoe's boyfriend--about her sister's life and death change Echo in ways she could have never expected.

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