I really loved this book. It was romantic-y in a twisted way, but very nice. This book almost made me cry. However, I think most people would agree that the end of this book was very diappointing. I'll try to explain why without spoiling the book: Well, there's this guy, and this girl. This girl tells the guy 'the secret' and he gets all upset, so does his family. He practically kills her with icy stares. Then, after she does a speech in front of their school, he says 'I never stopped loving you' after. It doesn't work. He never said anything about why he was even being so cold to her. Then, all of a sudden, he never stopped loving her?!?! I thought that part was cheezy. And it ended that way, causing it to be very disappointing. But otherwise, this book made me read more and more. I read it all within 4 hours.
Scribbler of Dreams, by Mary E. Pearson, is a book about a families long rivalry.When the main character, Kaitlin Malone, decides to "date the enemy", she finds out about her family, his family, and true love.
After reading the summary of this book, I felt that this book had to be read. Once I began reading it, I could not put in down! I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading romance novels. Everyone I know who has read this book has not given me any complaints.
Well whoever says this was a bad book must have somthing wrong in their heads because they are annoying stupid little bugs... i am one who read this novel of when i was about 13 or 12 or so... somewhere around there and it was a very good book... some plot scenes were a lil oversly- drama filled...but in the end it was a classic story about love, hatred, and willingness to get along w/ thine enemy... so it must be good for young adults and certian people w/ brains.
I feel that Mrs. Pearson wrote a very well written book. I love how she used the theme of Romeo and Juliet. I like how she kept the reader interested in how the outcome of the secret would turn out. I think that is were she went wrong. At the end, it didn't explain much of what happened the two kids and families. Overall, I think the book was great.