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The book Saving Zoë, by Alyson Noel, starts out with a ﬁfteen year old
girl named Echo, who is still in denial over the death of her older sister, Zoë. Zoë was murdered over a year ago. Echo’s parents are at the point where they’re nothing but emotionless, and her friends are starting to move on. Echo was just about ready to move on as well, until she ran into Marc, Zoë’s former boyfriend. Marc handed to her a blue book, and right away Echo knew it was Zoë’s diary. At ﬁrst Echo didn’t think anything would be in it that she didn’t already know, but when she decided she would take a look, she got caught up in it and the diary revealed huge secrets, which could lead the reader to ﬁnd out who murdered Zoë.
recommend this book to girls who like compelling novels with much suspense. Guys wouldn’t enjoy this book as much because it doesn’t have any action involved. This book is deﬁnitely one that many girls would like, because it shows the relationship between the two sisters, and how it changes throughout the book. I haven’t read any books similar to this in anyway, which is why I loved it so much.
Likes and Dislikes
This inspiring book is ﬁlled with suspense and shows the relationship
between two sisters who are brought together more and more even though one sister is gone. Echo reads the diary and ﬁnds out more things about Zoë than she had ever known. She read all of Zoë’s thoughts and feelings on her friends, and social life. Echo almost feels like she is living Zoë’s life. I loved reading this book because once I picked it up, it was hard to put it back down. The plot keeps the reader on her toes wondering what’s going to happen next. I’ve read this book twice now, and I still could read it another time because it’s that good. It’s a fast book that never gets boring. It’s deﬁnitely one of my favorite books. One thing I disliked about this book is that it will lead the reader to think one thing, but at the conclusion, the reader discovers that she has been wrong.
A B O UT TH E A UTH O R
Alyson Noël was born and raised in Orange County, CA. She attended Richard Nixon Elementary School and Troy High School, and after high school she ended up moving to Mykonos, Greece. Years later, she moved to Manhattan, New York where she became a ﬂight attendant. She now lives in Laguna Beach, CA where she’s been through many jobs. She’s been a babysitter, sales clerk, office manager, jewelry maker, t-shirt painter, hotel clerk, and a ﬂight attendant for Delta Airlines, as well as an author. She was inspired to become an author from reading
Judy Blume books in sixth grade. Her ﬁrst novel was Faking 19. She’s written many other books such as, Art Geeks and Prom Queens, Laguna Cove, Fly Me to the Moon, Kiss and Blog, Saving Zoe, Cruel Summer, Kisses from Hell, and many more.
school. English is my favorite subject because I love reading, even though English is deﬁnitely my worst subject. I have a sixteen year old brother named Danny and an eleven year old sister named Delaney. I also have an adorable golden retriever named Roxie.
My name is Carlie. I
was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and now live in Maine where I’ve lived most of my life. I love being outdoors and staying active. My favorite sport is track and ﬁeld, and I’ve been running for about 4 years now. In the summer I spend my days on the beach, either surﬁng or just enjoying the sun. In