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As the first anniversary of her best friend Kim"s death nears, fourteen-year-old Emmy tries to fulfill her promise to make contact with Kim"s spirit, but she gains new perspective from unexpected connections.
|Statement||Ann Dee Ellis|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.E4582 End 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||346 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||346|
|LC Control Number||2013020975|
Rave reviews for The End or Something Like That "The End or Something Like That dares you to suspend all disbelief and look at loss, and life itself, in an entirely new way. This is a hilarious and awesomely weird ode to friendship and youth--with the kind of stellar prose that won't let you look away."/5(1K). synonyms of end from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for end.
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Find books like The End or Something Like That from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked The End or Something Like That. "The End or Something Like That" is a book about a teen girl (Emmy) missing her dead best friend (Kim) on I don't remember the last time I cried over a book.
I cry over pictures of Kermit the Frog and commercials around Christmas time, but books don't get to me easily/5. “The End or Something Like That” is about a teenager named Emmy coming to terms with the death of her friend Kim. The book is entirely first-person and is delivered in a stream of consciousness.
It’s sort of like “Catcher in the Rye” but less dark. The book switches between alternating plotlines. That aspect was done the best/5(18). The spare prose in The End or Something Like That is moderately effective but doesn't match the weight of its subject matter -- dealing with profound grief and the loss of a best friend.
From the beginning, we know that the death has occurred and the novel moves back and forth in time. Sometimes this is confusing, as there's no chronological order to the flashback events.3/5. THE END OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT won me over with its title. It was catchy, it was grabbing and it clued me into what the book was going to be about before I even read the synopsis.
And the synopsis itself was a winner. Emmy and Kim have been inseparable since they were little/5(18). “The End or Something Like That dares you to suspend all disbelief and look at loss, and life itself, in an entirely new way.
This is a hilarious and awesomely weird ode to friendship and youth—with the kind of stellar prose that won’t let you look away.”5/5(3). “The End or Something Like That breaks your heart and mends it back together with hope and humor. After reading this book, I believe.” After reading this book, I believe.” – Ally Condie, author of the #1 New York Times Bestselling Matched Trilogy.
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The End or Something like That. By Ann Dee Ellis. Grades. named an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, comes an achingly raw and surprisingly funny novel about teen still coping with the loss of her best friend as the one-year anniversary of her friend's death promised to visit from the afterlife after she died.
Review: The End or Something Like That by Ann Dee Ellis Posted by The End or Something Like That Ann Dee Ellis Genre: Contemporary, Middle-Grade, Paranormal Publication date: May 1st by Dial Goodreads Purchase For fans of Sara Zarr and Stephen Chbosky, an achingly raw and surprisingly funny novel about coping with loss.
The End or Something Like That is recommended for readers age 12 and up. Light moments outweigh any sadness (although there was one scene where I sobbed), but it does touch on the importance of grief. It’s a beautiful look at friendship, family, trust, and moving on. Get this from a library.
The end or something like that. [Ann Dee Ellis] -- As the first anniversary of her best friend Kim's death nears, fourteen-year-old Emmy tries to fulfill her promise to make contact with Kim's spirit, but she gains new perspective from unexpected. “The End or Something Like That breaks your heart and mends it back together with hope and humor.
After reading this book, I believe.” - Ally Condie, author of the #1 New York Times Bestselling Matched Trilogy “Incredibly funny, sad, magical, and real all at the same time.
Count me as a major fan.”. Reviewed by Lauren (Class of ): The End or Something like that is a book about two best friends, Emmy and Kim. Kim has a serious heart problem and only has little time to live. Both girls set out on a journey of reading several books and seeing Ted Farnsworth to /5(3).
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Find descriptive alternatives for end. Ann Dee Ellis is the author of three young adult titles including This is What I Did: Everything is Fine and The End or Something Like That. Her middle grade debut, You May Already Be a Winner was released July Her books have received starred reviews and been featured on multiple lists.John Corey Whaley, Printz Award-winning author of Where Things Come Back 'The End or Something Like That breaks your heart and mends it back together with hope an humor.
After reading this book, I believe.' Ally Condie, author of the #1 New York Times Bestselling Matched Trilogy 'Incredibly funny, sad, magical, and real all at the same time.Today is the release date for my book Signed, Skye Harper.
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