Shooting Stars Everywhere

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Shooting Stars Everywhere

Shooting Stars Everywhere The first anonymous letter arrives on July rd Victor s th birthday Which is good because it gives him something to write about in the journal his father gave him as a present Soon Victor is writ

  • Title: Shooting Stars Everywhere
  • Author: Martina Wildner
  • ISBN: 9780385732505
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The first anonymous letter arrives on July 23rd, Victor s 13th birthday Which is good, because it gives him something to write about in the journal his father gave him as a present Soon Victor is writing down everything that happens as he tries to solve the mystery of the letters, conquer his fear of jumping off the high diving board at the pool, and figure out what is gThe first anonymous letter arrives on July 23rd, Victor s 13th birthday Which is good, because it gives him something to write about in the journal his father gave him as a present Soon Victor is writing down everything that happens as he tries to solve the mystery of the letters, conquer his fear of jumping off the high diving board at the pool, and figure out what is going on between his divorced parents Things change when he meets D, however A good diver and an assertive detective, she helps Victor to stop writing his life and start living it.From the Hardcover edition.

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    One thought on “Shooting Stars Everywhere

    1. Julia on said:

      I read the book Shooting Stars Everywhere by Martina Wildner. This book would be considered a mystery book and takes place in Germany. Shooting Stars Everywhere is about a a boy named Victor who has just turned thirteen. He has divorced patents and lives with his father. his thirteen birthday would of been normal but he started to receive anonymous letters in the mail with no return address. Shortly afterward he meets this mysterious girl at the pool named D who wants to help him with the myster [...]

    2. MissSusie on said:

      This was a cute YA book if not for a few paragraphs it could easily have been a juvenile fiction book.Its been translated from German but was well translated.Victor is a lonley kid who has alot of fears.When on his birthday the anonymous letters start to arrive.As he begins to unfold the mystery behind these letters he meets D who has problems of her own.Together they work to reveal the writer of the letters and figure out their own lives.This is a mystery and a coming of age book.3 1/2 stars

    3. *BaxterduhretardedCAT* on said:

      this is the best book ever. i was one of those people who couldnt find something to read i always thought it was stupid and i hated it but this book was the best i read it in like 3 days. i devoured this book it had easy words none of that complicated stuff. Also it had awesome descriutions. super awesome you wouldnt be able to tell whats gonna happen next. it keeps you on the edge of your seat

    4. Jenny on said:

      13 year old Victor wanted a skateboard for his birthday, but he got a journal instead. He records life in his Berlin apartment shared by his dad and the only action are the bullies at the pool and his fear of jumping off the 10 meter platform. Then anonymous letters come to him and his neighbors and he meets the mysterious girl Deborah, and things become a lot more exciting.

    5. Amie Redding on said:

      This book was originally published in German and has been translated. There are a number of references that American students would struggle with. I thought the story was a bit flat. I didn't really care about the characters or the mystery letters.

    6. Maru on said:

      4.5/5Muy buen libro, me gusto mucho. No tenía expectativas altas, pero aún así me enganchó muchísimo.Amé a Victor.Lo único que no termino de agradarme fue el final. Me esperaba algo que me sorprenda, y no me sorprendió en absoluto. Así que por eso mismo le bajé un poco de "puntaje".

    7. Fabiana on said:

      Este libro me llamó la atención desde que comencé a leerlo. Víctor, con trece años, es un personaje que me identificó en varios aspectos. Había comenzado a leerlo y después me olvidé de él, pero cuando finalmente lo terminé, mi opinión no había cambiado en lo absoluto: Un gran libro.

    8. Marianinna on said:

      Un libro para niños que no tiene nada del otro mundo. Supongo que en cualquier momento olvidaré haberlo leído porque no tiene nada de memorable.

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