Letting Go of Lisa

Letting Go of Lisa

by Lurlene McDaniel
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a truely great book. I couldnt put it down at all. true love :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a hard hitting real-worl story about love,loss, and the truth about loveing losing anfd sickness in ones life.even though lisa seems like a wonderful girl and nathas to a wonderful boy. McDaniel makes a wonderful writer and she writes extravegent books and novels i really look forward to reading more of her books.:)))!! -sydney j.
rita wheeler More than 1 year ago
this is a real good book about love
Dreamer4ever More than 1 year ago
Nathan's been homeschooled his whole life, now he's going to public school for his senior year. He isn't used to public school where there are the popular kids, the jocks, the geeks...and Lisa, the 'Harley Princess'. On his first day at school he nearly gets run over by her motorcycle, just to discover that she sits right in front of him in Advanced World Lit and Creative Writing. Next thing he knows, she's all he ever thinks about. He finds ways to get to know her, but much to his chagrin, she keeps putting up wall, pushing him away. Nathan longs to understand her, but doesn't know what to think when Lisa begins ditching school for some unknown reason. Is she avoiding him on purpose? One way or another, he resolves to figure it out. The only question now: is her secret going to bring them together or tear them apart?

It is clear that Lurlene McDaniel knows how to weave a true, heartfelt story of love and pain. This book really brought out a lot of emotions for me. I cried at the end, but still felt hyper from the overall story. I did wish that it had been a little longer--so as to allow more time to develop, however, McDaniel got the point across and it definitely pulled on my heartstrings.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVED T I CIED SOME BUT IT WAS SSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GOOD
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bookworm73MC More than 1 year ago
this was such a sad book. lurlene mcdaniel always makes sad books, but i still love them. this book was about a girl that has a tumor and boy that tries to help her. i think the saddest part is when her mother's b.f txted the boy the sad txt. i cried throught the whole book and mostly the end too. i love the syle lurlene writes but i wish at least one of her main characters that have a health problem stay alive. i hate crying in the library. i definatly recommend this book to everyone even if this isnt thier type of genre.
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This is one of the best books that i have ever read. I usually don't cry when i read these type books, but this book brought tears to my eyes. And i'll recommend anyone to read it. I promise this is book is good from beginning to end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was SO good! There were amazing characters and it was so emotional. The beginning was a little slow, but don't stop reading because you will seriously regret it!