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Off the Page
Off the Page
Author: Jodi Picoult, Samantha van Leer
ISBN-13: 9780553535594
ISBN-10: 0553535595
Publication Date: 4/19/2016
Pages: 368
Edition: Reprint
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Ember
Book Type: Paperback
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Off the Page is the follow up book to Between the Lines by this mother daughter duo. I would have to say that this story is even better than the first because it does help bring more depth to characters that in the first store seem kind of flat. They deal with more human situations that might be more relatable for us adults reading a YA book. I would highly recommend this one
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This is the sequel to the book Between the Lines. It picks up soon after the first book left off.

I found the first book different and engaging. This book felt more like an extended epilogue.
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Off the Page is a sequel to Between the Lines. While you could read this as a stand alone, I would highly recommend reading the first book to avoid confusion. Any reader who has fallen in love with a fictional character would love these books. In the first book Delilah fell in love with fictional character, Oliver. Now Oliver is living in the real world with her. The intermixing of real world and book characters is more complex than they anticipated though. While it is a fun concept, the book explores issues of self-discovery and has depth to it as well.