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This is a good book I have read this book than once and personly I think it is better after you have read it once This book could have been way descriptive It would have been better if it was spread out I LOVED this friends It kept me
up past my bedtimekid hiking by himself view past my bedtimeKid hiking by himself view this is kind of a spoiler but this is also definitely a DOG book Major plot points hinge on a dog Which is probably part of why I Elena's Conquest liked it There is some icky stuff with the dog so fair warning but I have a high sensitivity to animal cruelty and it wasn t too much for me I mainly think this might be spoiler territory because the summary doesn t mention the dog at all Which is weird to me hide spoiler 3 12 stars My sonoved it I agree that it s a good story It could use detail and character development but worth the read Also I want to go backpacking now Overall this book had a Sister of My Heart lot of adventure and action However at some points this book was really boring and feltike it took forever to read But it was a pretty good book that I recommend I read this book in 25 hours after having it on my shelf recommend I read this book in 25 hours after having it on my shelf Christmas The verdict EPICSTORYI m a huge sucker for middle grade fiction and an even greater sucker when the main character is a boy who deserves hugs and hot coco The story was fantastic and bold while remaining realistic in its own sense While we follow the main character as he trudges through the trail we also see good in the world as much as we see. Toby has to finish the final thing on The ListIt's a King Alfred's Version of St. Augustine's Soliloquies list of Brave Daring Totally Awesome Things that he and his best friend Lucas planned to do together and the only itemeft is to hike the Appalachian Trail But now Lucas isn't there to The badThe story is well paced
AND I COULDN T PUT IT I couldn t put it A refreshing writing style and a story that packed a punch THEMES This novel handles harsh topics for a middle grade novel The main character faces guilt and a sense of worthlessness blaming himself for a bad thing that happened The characters Toby meets along the way are all vibrant displays of humanity Teens struggling for hope A hiker who has a best friend with severe PTSD But we see the goodness in people too even in small acts of kindness that urge Toby onward in his hard journeyDespite the pain Toby faces and despite the trials along the way hope and kindness are consistently shining through the darkness He has reasons to keep going and he holds onto those In the end we realize that while bad things happen and we may not understand why there is always a reason to keep pushing on and finding hopeI really enjoyed the elements of hope ove and grief in this Class of 92: Out of Our League little book CHARACTERS Toby is a fantastic main character and his POV never got dull Ioved the cast and the side characters Denver and Sean SEANNNN were brilliant Arsenic s mention even if we never met him was harshly real and respectable While the cast was realistic and vivid there were only a few instances that seemed a bit middle grade ish in terms of humor and dialogueCONTENTMild swearing or mentions of swearing No sensual content view spoilera scene where it s pretty implied a man has intentions of raping Toby hide spoile. O it with himToby's determined to hike the trail alone and fulfill their pact which means dealing with the ittle things the Blisters the Heat the Hunger and the big things the Bears the LonelinessMemoriesWhen a storm comes Toby finds himse.
Review ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Meika HashimotoR I gave it this rating because I How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly--and the Stark Choices Ahead liked how the author pulled out the moment For example when on boy was about to fall off a cliff Another one I read per my son s reuest His review when I asked him what heiked about it It has a ot of friendship and ove And it has sad parts but she heals the sadness Also it made me want to go hiking Not sure I could write a better review than him Agree wholeheartedly I thought it was sad and interesting at the same time It is about
A Boy Name Toby Andboy name Toby and and his best friend Lucas have planned to hike the Appalachian trail Unfortunately Lucas isn t there to do it with him He meets many friends and challenges on the way My 12 year old and I read this together He is a reluctant reader and needs a ot of encouragement and support for his monthly book reports This book was an exception He absolutely oved it During our read aloud sessions he is usually very suirrelly Whenever I read this book to him he was absolutely calm still and riveted I think this is the first book that he really followed closely and got super engrossed in He would read chapters at school and tell me he got so Moonrise lost in the story he read than he meant to That s incredible for himIf you have a preteen adventureover get them this book It is filled with heart and meaning The story is very exciting and never Fallen Angel: The Passion of Fausto Coppi loses steam Right up until theast page All things survival with several uniue twists highly recommended for middle school student. Lf tangled up in someone else's mess Two boys desperately need his help But does Toby have any help to giveThe Trail is a remarkable story of physical survival and true friendship about a boy who's determined to forge his path and to surviv. ,