We Are All Made of MoleculesBook - 2016 | Paperback edition
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"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
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This novel starts off with the story of how the protagonist, Stewart, lost his mom to cancer. However, his father Leonard could not pull off living alone with Stewart and his cat, so he started dating a woman named Caroline. This brought the two families together, which resulted in a series of problems. Caroline had a daughter named Ashley, who had her own struggles as well. As Stewart and Ashley were not friends, but when Stewart was bumped up a grade, he found himself at the same school as Ashley. Stewart's classes caused him headaches, P.E, where a bully named Jared gave Stewart plenty of trouble. At the same time, Jared was interested in Ashley (at least physically). Lots of drama followed as Ashley and Stewart learn to have each others’ backs. - Jonathan
Stewart has always wanted a sister. So when his father's co-worker/girlfriend invites them to move into their home, he feels ecstatic. However, his father's girlfriends daughter is not so excited about having new members in their home.
This story is realistic and interesting. Susin Nielsen's wonderful novel is filled with ups and downs, pains, doubts, but overall, I enjoyed it. I'd recommend this novel for those who love to hear both sides of the story. For those who seek drama, love, and excitement. This book is for you. I hope you enjoy as much as I did. Or even better.
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