The Outcasts of 19 Shuyler Place by E.L. Konigsburg

Type: young adult fiction

Page Count: 296

Received by: Purchased at Shinsegae Department Store in Busan, ROK

Started reading: 23 March 2011

Finished reading: 31 March 2011

Interest level: 7-8 – I really enjoyed reading this book.  The author chose an interesting style to tell the story, and it was such a cool little story to tell.

Ease of read: 9 – It’s young adult fiction.  And it was fun.

Life changer: 3 – Not anything seriously life altering, but it was a good reminder that we all ought to fight for the things that are important to us, even if the powers that be are against it.

Recommendation level: 8 – I want my kids to read it for the above mentioned reasons.

TTBR Synopsis: A 12 year old girl fights against the city government to save the towers that her uncles built in their backyard.  Also, she has a crush on a 20-something guy who inexplicably seems to have a crush on her, too.  That part was kind of weird.

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