Where Things Come Back: Review Haiku

If your debut is
this good, you're allowed to go
Harper Lee. (Please don't.)

Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley. Atheneum, 2011, 240 pages.

1 comment:

Annie Leon said...

I started out reading this book with a commitment to read it even if I didn't love it-- Morris and Printz winner,after all. It was kind of laid back, and wandered around, but told like a good storyteller-- all the thread began to weave together and suddenly...I loved it! Thanks Corey Whaley!