Wild Blue Wonder

Wild Blue Wonder

There are two monsters in this story. One of them is me. Ask anyone in Winship, Maine, and they?ll tell you the summer camp Quinn?s family owns is a magical place. Paper wishes hang from the ceiling. Blueberries grow in the dead of winter. According to local legend, a sea monster even lurks off the coast. Mostly, there?s just a feeling that something extraordinary could hap There are two monsters in this story. One of them is me. Ask anyone in Winship, Maine, and they?ll tell yo...

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Title:Wild Blue Wonder
Author:Carlie Sorosiak
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Genres:Contemporary
ISBN:0062564013
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

Wild Blue Wonder Reviews

  • Andrea at Reading Lark
    Jul 18, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

    Bibliophile Euphoria SPOILERS AHEAD! WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD! Wild Blue Wonder has taken my heart hostage and refuses to let go. It is awe-mazing and cruel how Sorosiak was able to make me fall in love with a character that was already dead. I did not cry but instead, I felt at lost...

    The book ?Wild Blue Wonder? by Carlie Sorosiak takes place in a small town in Winship, Maine. The book revolves around Quinn, and the summer camp that her family owns. It is a magical place with sea monsters, and other extraordinary ideas. Quinn always believed that it was a magica...

    ?My mother used to tell me that sometimes when a woman?s in darkness, she doesn?t need a goddamn flashlight. She needs another woman to stand in the dark by her side.? Wild Blue Wonder was a really pleasant surprise for me. I hadn?t heard much about it, but when my library...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 7/20/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... It seems to be the summer of reading books set in Maine; I'd be lying if I said that didn't influence my decision to give this one a read. While my last Maine read was a dark mystery, this one is a gorge...

  • Chelsea
    Jul 26, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

    Bibliophile Euphoria SPOILERS AHEAD! WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD! Wild Blue Wonder has taken my heart hostage and refuses to let go. It is awe-mazing and cruel how Sorosiak was able to make me fall in love with a character that was already dead. I did not cry but instead, I felt at lost...

    The book ?Wild Blue Wonder? by Carlie Sorosiak takes place in a small town in Winship, Maine. The book revolves around Quinn, and the summer camp that her family owns. It is a magical place with sea monsters, and other extraordinary ideas. Quinn always believed that it was a magica...

    ?My mother used to tell me that sometimes when a woman?s in darkness, she doesn?t need a goddamn flashlight. She needs another woman to stand in the dark by her side.? Wild Blue Wonder was a really pleasant surprise for me. I hadn?t heard much about it, but when my library...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 7/20/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... It seems to be the summer of reading books set in Maine; I'd be lying if I said that didn't influence my decision to give this one a read. While my last Maine read was a dark mystery, this one is a gorge...

    I almost didn't go on after the first few chapters, when everything felt too YA and the writing, choppy and over indulgent (hence disturbingly reminding me of my own writing, which I dislike), started to bore me. But in a hotel room on a hot, lazy summer day, what else to do than to ig...

    ARC Review (6/18/18, received from Sarah Prineas) Unfortunately, what this book was going for flew over my head. There?s this kind of quirky magical realism vibe that should click with this summer camp and this close-knit family, but it didn?t. I think most of it had to do with ...

    I was prepared for a 3-star book when I picked this one up, but it was actually better than I expected. It made me miss my brothers, and my childhood! I might have been biased, since it took place in New England, but it really made me nostalgic, and I felt really connected to the main ...

  • Thamy
    Jun 20, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

  • Vicky Skinner
    Apr 26, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

  • Lauren James
    Dec 11, 2017

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

  • Madison
    May 02, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

  • Margaret Robbins
    Dec 09, 2017

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

  • Madalyn (Novel Ink)
    May 15, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    Dec 03, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

  • Z
    Aug 26, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

    Bibliophile Euphoria SPOILERS AHEAD! WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD! Wild Blue Wonder has taken my heart hostage and refuses to let go. It is awe-mazing and cruel how Sorosiak was able to make me fall in love with a character that was already dead. I did not cry but instead, I felt at lost...

    The book ?Wild Blue Wonder? by Carlie Sorosiak takes place in a small town in Winship, Maine. The book revolves around Quinn, and the summer camp that her family owns. It is a magical place with sea monsters, and other extraordinary ideas. Quinn always believed that it was a magica...

    ?My mother used to tell me that sometimes when a woman?s in darkness, she doesn?t need a goddamn flashlight. She needs another woman to stand in the dark by her side.? Wild Blue Wonder was a really pleasant surprise for me. I hadn?t heard much about it, but when my library...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 7/20/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... It seems to be the summer of reading books set in Maine; I'd be lying if I said that didn't influence my decision to give this one a read. While my last Maine read was a dark mystery, this one is a gorge...

    I almost didn't go on after the first few chapters, when everything felt too YA and the writing, choppy and over indulgent (hence disturbingly reminding me of my own writing, which I dislike), started to bore me. But in a hotel room on a hot, lazy summer day, what else to do than to ig...

  • Cale Dietrich
    Jan 17, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

  • Kristi Housman Confessions of a YA Reader
    May 17, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Jul 28, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

  • Luke Reynolds
    Jun 18, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

    Bibliophile Euphoria SPOILERS AHEAD! WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD! Wild Blue Wonder has taken my heart hostage and refuses to let go. It is awe-mazing and cruel how Sorosiak was able to make me fall in love with a character that was already dead. I did not cry but instead, I felt at lost...

    The book ?Wild Blue Wonder? by Carlie Sorosiak takes place in a small town in Winship, Maine. The book revolves around Quinn, and the summer camp that her family owns. It is a magical place with sea monsters, and other extraordinary ideas. Quinn always believed that it was a magica...

    ?My mother used to tell me that sometimes when a woman?s in darkness, she doesn?t need a goddamn flashlight. She needs another woman to stand in the dark by her side.? Wild Blue Wonder was a really pleasant surprise for me. I hadn?t heard much about it, but when my library...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 7/20/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... It seems to be the summer of reading books set in Maine; I'd be lying if I said that didn't influence my decision to give this one a read. While my last Maine read was a dark mystery, this one is a gorge...

    I almost didn't go on after the first few chapters, when everything felt too YA and the writing, choppy and over indulgent (hence disturbingly reminding me of my own writing, which I dislike), started to bore me. But in a hotel room on a hot, lazy summer day, what else to do than to ig...

    ARC Review (6/18/18, received from Sarah Prineas) Unfortunately, what this book was going for flew over my head. There?s this kind of quirky magical realism vibe that should click with this summer camp and this close-knit family, but it didn?t. I think most of it had to do with ...

  • Jessica
    Jul 16, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

  • Celia McMahon
    Feb 15, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

  • Jane
    Jul 10, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
    Jun 27, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

  • Korrina  (OwlCrate)
    Apr 25, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

  • Carlie Sorosiak
    Dec 07, 2017

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

  • alice (arctic books)
    Aug 11, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

  • Julia Sapphire
    May 31, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

  • Meredith Mara
    Jul 13, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

  • Lauren
    Aug 10, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

  • Andria Sedig
    Jul 25, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

    Bibliophile Euphoria SPOILERS AHEAD! WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD! Wild Blue Wonder has taken my heart hostage and refuses to let go. It is awe-mazing and cruel how Sorosiak was able to make me fall in love with a character that was already dead. I did not cry but instead, I felt at lost...

    The book ?Wild Blue Wonder? by Carlie Sorosiak takes place in a small town in Winship, Maine. The book revolves around Quinn, and the summer camp that her family owns. It is a magical place with sea monsters, and other extraordinary ideas. Quinn always believed that it was a magica...

    ?My mother used to tell me that sometimes when a woman?s in darkness, she doesn?t need a goddamn flashlight. She needs another woman to stand in the dark by her side.? Wild Blue Wonder was a really pleasant surprise for me. I hadn?t heard much about it, but when my library...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 7/20/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... It seems to be the summer of reading books set in Maine; I'd be lying if I said that didn't influence my decision to give this one a read. While my last Maine read was a dark mystery, this one is a gorge...

    I almost didn't go on after the first few chapters, when everything felt too YA and the writing, choppy and over indulgent (hence disturbingly reminding me of my own writing, which I dislike), started to bore me. But in a hotel room on a hot, lazy summer day, what else to do than to ig...

    ARC Review (6/18/18, received from Sarah Prineas) Unfortunately, what this book was going for flew over my head. There?s this kind of quirky magical realism vibe that should click with this summer camp and this close-knit family, but it didn?t. I think most of it had to do with ...

    I was prepared for a 3-star book when I picked this one up, but it was actually better than I expected. It made me miss my brothers, and my childhood! I might have been biased, since it took place in New England, but it really made me nostalgic, and I felt really connected to the main ...

    I am a sucker for poignant, melancholy, and sad contemporaries (see my love of Jeff Zentner books), and this book was an absolutely beautiful story about grief and guilt and overwhelming sadness following the death of a friend. It dealt with how grief can tear a family apart, how diffe...

  • Lulu (the library leopard)
    Jul 19, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

    Bibliophile Euphoria SPOILERS AHEAD! WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD! Wild Blue Wonder has taken my heart hostage and refuses to let go. It is awe-mazing and cruel how Sorosiak was able to make me fall in love with a character that was already dead. I did not cry but instead, I felt at lost...

    The book ?Wild Blue Wonder? by Carlie Sorosiak takes place in a small town in Winship, Maine. The book revolves around Quinn, and the summer camp that her family owns. It is a magical place with sea monsters, and other extraordinary ideas. Quinn always believed that it was a magica...

    ?My mother used to tell me that sometimes when a woman?s in darkness, she doesn?t need a goddamn flashlight. She needs another woman to stand in the dark by her side.? Wild Blue Wonder was a really pleasant surprise for me. I hadn?t heard much about it, but when my library...

  • Stephanie
    May 05, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

    Bibliophile Euphoria SPOILERS AHEAD! WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD! Wild Blue Wonder has taken my heart hostage and refuses to let go. It is awe-mazing and cruel how Sorosiak was able to make me fall in love with a character that was already dead. I did not cry but instead, I felt at lost...

  • Renee Godding
    Jul 24, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

  • Diego
    Sep 05, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

  • Grace
    Sep 27, 2018

    This was soooooooooo good. I loved the writing and the characters and the setting SO MUCH. I just finished it but I already want to re-read it??? ...

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I?ve read so far this year, and one of my new favourite books of all time. Already looking forward to...

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral ? * Girls in STEM and sports ?? * A possible sea monster ? * A girl building a boat with her Nana ? * A summer camp in the winter ? * Strong female friendship ? Maybe I'm...

    4.5 stars ?Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.? Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the pain of grief. Quinn is learning to live after the tragic loss of her best friend D...

    4 stars "In all camp stories, there are monsters. In this one, there are two. The seamonster. And me. Wild Blue Wonder was in my top 3 most anticipated YA-books to be released in 2018, and it didn?t disappoint. If the entire book had been as good as the second half, ...

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of May but have felt such a huge disconnect. The writing was just okay and some l...

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed for the cryptids, Moira Fowley Doyle style family dynamics and summer love. ???...

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surround Quinn?s family campground complete with ancient forests and a lake monster or per...

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about it and summer is my season for reading contemporaries but...I was a bit disap...

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

    The Hundreds ? the summer camp run by Quinn?s family ? is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of winter and a legendary sea monster roams just off the coast. A place where older brother, ...

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it. ...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I went gaga for Sorosiak's debut, If Birds Fly Back. Because of all the love I had for her previous book, I had really high expectations for Wild Blue Wonder. Once again, Sorosiak produced a story, which left me drowning in my emotions. Immediately, I knew somet...

    *4.5 stars* This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Content warnings: grief, death, drowning I am having such good luck with these ...

    Wild Blue Wonder has such beautiful writing and it broke my heart at times. The chapters alternate in time by a few months.  The past (summer) is Quinn talking to her best friend, Dylan.  She is sharing stories and how she fell in love with him.  We also find out that both he...

    A really lovely coming of age novel. A powerful portrayl of grief. I particularly enjoyed the questions raised about the impossible. Do we as humans imagine things or create magic as a way of coping with certain aspects of our life? How much possibility is there in the unknown? Fan...

    Quinn believes there are two monsters where she lives, the mythical creature she once saw in the water and herself. Since her best friend's death months before, her family hasn't been the same. This is a great story about moving on, dealing with guilt and other people's grief beside...

    Review to come! ...

    This book was a delight to read! I?ll soon write more detailed reviews for SLJ and my blog, but here?s what resonated with me: 1. A gorgeous setting 2. Falling for your best friend (we?ve all been there at least once) 3. Unrequited Love (again, we can all relate) 4. Summe...

    The book was really good at first but the middle it was little boring but the end it was so good I cannot put it down. ...

    This is a wonderful wonderful novel that I never knew I needed, with a sibling dynamic that is beautiful and heartbreaking and emotional. I can't wait to hype this book when it comes out!!! ...

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the ARC. What I love most about books is that you can dive right into one without knowing anything about it. There are no movie trailers, FB articles that pop up before you can unsee them etc. I can open it right up and start an unexpected adventure. ...

    Bibliophile Euphoria SPOILERS AHEAD! WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD! Wild Blue Wonder has taken my heart hostage and refuses to let go. It is awe-mazing and cruel how Sorosiak was able to make me fall in love with a character that was already dead. I did not cry but instead, I felt at lost...

    The book ?Wild Blue Wonder? by Carlie Sorosiak takes place in a small town in Winship, Maine. The book revolves around Quinn, and the summer camp that her family owns. It is a magical place with sea monsters, and other extraordinary ideas. Quinn always believed that it was a magica...