Pieces of Georgia

Pieces of Georgia

by Jen Bryant
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Pieces of Georgia 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Russell Clopine More than 1 year ago
I'd expected absolutley nothing from this book since I had to read it for school but it was one if the best books I've read in aa long time. I definetly recommend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This one of the best books I have ever read. I wasn't sure what to think of the book because I had to read it for a reading assignment for six grade.I think everyone who has read walk two moons will really like this book. It is an easy book for questions.Have fun if you read this book and you picked a great book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pieces of Georgia Pieces of Georgia was a phenomenal book. It exceeded my expectations by far. I never thought that the plot could be so intriguing and relatable. I thought this was going to be another boring book, but by far was I blown away when I started reading. The plot develops at an amazing rate, neither too fast nor slow. The main character, Georgia, is living with her father, after her mother died from pneumonia. They don’t have much money, and Georgia is an artist, just like her mother. Even though her father hates her doing art, because it reminds him of his wife, she still does what she loves, and that is what makes this a phenomenal book.  Georgia progresses throughout the book, she becomes stronger, also does her father. Her father becomes more open about his wife’s death, telling her stories about her when they were dating. The progressions were perfectly timed, and the way the author made the book relatable was just fantastic.  CourtneyCHMS14
Desire- More than 1 year ago
Pieces of Georgia, by Jen Bryant, is a spectacular novel. You can easily tell Georgia misses her mother. I like this book because it touched my heart. I love how the author, Jen, expresses the feelings Georgia has right to a point. I mean the detail is just awesome. I think it's easy to tell almost exactly how she feels because the author made it so clear. In this book is about a thirteen year old girl named Georgia, her mother died when she was very young. Now that Georgia is in middle school, where a girl needs her mom the most, she has to see the school counselor. Her counselor gave her a journal to write in when ever she has something to say to her mom, when she can't really talk to her.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
was wonderful!!! At first I checked it out from the library just because I liked the cover and it looked OK. But I didn't know what was inside. At first I started reading it and I wasn't too fond of it but then it became so absorbing! I couldn't put the book down. I usually can't read when I am in cars, I get soooo car sick but when we were driving someplace my parents said to bring along my book...just in case. Well, I couldn't help myself! I read in the car. I got a little sick but it was totally worth it! I highly reccomend this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had to read this book for school but i expected it to be good. I didnt like it for the first few chapters but other than that is it an AMAZING book i love it so much
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book!!!!!!!
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