The Map Of Me Review

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"The Map Of Me" by Tami Lewis Brown will capture your heart and whisk you away to sit along side Margie and navigate the country; and yourself.

 

"The Map Of Me" by Tami Lewis Brown will capture your heart and whisk you away to sit along side Margie and navigate the country; and yourself.

 

"The Map Of Me" was a phenomenal book, (not my absolute favorite but definitely up there). A couple things I liked about this book were Margie's character: brave, independent, determined……. I really admire and respect Margie's nerve and ability; they make her who she is. I also like the author's style: it is not just first person and narrative, it has other qualities I enjoy; "Margie's" type of speech and the edge with which it is written.

 

The only thing that I really didn't like about this book was that it was to short, it may look thick, but don't let that fool you; I read the whole thing in about two days. Other than that, the book was exquisite.

 

When you're twelve-year-old Margie, and you've got grades, homework, crushes, and a evil genius sister to deal with; you can't afford for your momma to go missing too! This is just how Margie feels when she drags 8-year-old Peep down to World Of Tires to tell daddy about the note momma left: "I HAVE TO GO". But this is only the start of what is to come: including kidnapping sisters, stealing daddy's Faithful Ford, and taking a life-changing journey after which Margie will never be the same.

 

I would recommend this book to girls (although boys may like it too) ages 8-12. I f you like books where the main character is searching for their character, who they want to be; this is for you!I really liked this book and I thing Tami Lewis Brown has created a master piece!