Meet Me at the River

Meet Me at the River

Book - 2014
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Stepsiblings Tressa and Luke, close as children, fell in love as teens, and neither the disapproval of those around them nor even Luke's death can keep them apart as long as Tressa needs him.
Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2014
ISBN: 9781416980162
Branch Call Number: Fiction DeGramont TEEN
Characteristics: 384 p. ; 22 cm


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May 04, 2015

This was a really good book, even though some of the moments were really sad. Easily relatable too. The grief part of this book was emulated very well. It's best to read this Meet Me at the River in private because you might cry (I almost did in school :P).

ChristchurchLib Jan 07, 2014

"Can true love last beyond the grave? Even after his death, Tressa can't stop thinking about her beloved boyfriend Luke. She blames herself for the accident that killed him, and her family's judgment (they disapproved because Luke was her stepbrother) only makes matters worse. But at night, in secret, Luke's ghost comes to visit Tressa. Though their connection is fragile, she's determined to hold on, even if it means destroying her own life. Atmospheric and deeply emotional (Kirkus Reviews says you shouldn't read it if you're "shy about public sobbing"), Meet Me at the River is a haunting tale of love and grief." Teen Scene January 2014 newsletter


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