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    Press Here Herve Tullet. Fox's Socks Julia Donaldson. Three Wonder Stories R. The Invisible String Patrice Karst. She's not quite sure what to think of her kooky uncle anymore, and she doesn't want to take chances. What if he does something to her She goes in search of her grandparents, her only living relatives. She accidentally gets her photo in the newspaper, and had to hide. She meets a boy named Finlay, who seems to be the one who's going to put an end to her new freedom But then Finlay becomes a friend to Leo, and he becomes her key to staying away from her uncle.

    Leo will do anything to keep from being found and being sent back there. She ends up staying with a crazy lady who is hospitable enough, but refuses to take her medication and whose friends aren't much better. Then she realizes that her Uncle is on her tail. How will she stay away? Running on the Cracks was an enjoyable read.

    When I first saw the cover, I imagined an action filled YA novel with a lot of suspense. Although there was suspense, it wasn't anything that got your blood racing.

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    I thoroughly enjoyed this book when I sat down to read it, but I had to be in the right mood to do it. The format of writing was different than I'd read before, but it was very engaging. It switched viewpoints, had pieces of the story in written-story form meaning a whole chapter was just a letter or a newspaper article or an e-mail , had whole sections where it was just dialogue those were my favorite sections--mostly it was when characters were on the phone, and they were all very funny and even had a few chapters from the "crazy" person's perspective it's always interesting being inside the head of a madman Also, the writer has written the book in an accent, meaning that some of the words are spelled wrong so that you can hear it pronounced with an accent in your head--quite engaging and welcoming.

    The writing was good, but as it was foreign it was a little odd i. The characters were pretty relatable. I felt scared for Leo when she was running from her Uncle, and sorry for Finlay when we was stressed about lying to his mom. The characters were really cool, well developed, and some of them were kooky. I really liked Leo and Finlay.

    They had such cool names! I loved the "President", but the "Godfather" was my favorite. He was just so I don't know, maybe that's because I'm a little insane myself. Not too much, I rather enjoyed it actually. It's always fun to read something a little different. The plot was pretty believable, and I know that sadly there are true stories like this all the time. I don't know how the police are over in Scotland but I doubt very seriously that Leo would have gotten away with hiding from the American police for as long as she did from the Scottish police but that's my opinion as a police and spy novel writer.

    Although there was suggestion of the Uncle trying to sexually abuse women in the book, it never actually happened, and it was very age appropriate.

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    I would recommend it to a friend ages , maybe even a little younger, but not older than that. Again, I enjoyed it when I sat down to read it, but it wasn't quite my personal attention level I'm All in all, I enjoyed this book a lot.

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    Thank you to Henry Holt In Group for supplying my review copy of this book! This is a fairly short book, but very good and suspenseful. This book is well worth the money and a book I will personally be reading over and over again. Its about a Scottish-Chinese girl whose parents die in a plane crash, and she is forced to live with her creepy uncle.

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    She decides to run away and find her father's parents who disowned him, and makes her way to England where they live. Meanwhile her disturbed uncle is conspiring how to get her back. Once you get past the British humor and terms the book is very good, and I found myself unable to put it down.