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Vague Recollections | November 21, 2020

Posted November 21, 2020 by Kait in Bookish Memes, Vague Recollections / 0 Comments

Happy Saturday and welcome to Vague Recollections, a new bookish meme hosted by Kait Plus Books (hey, that’s me!) where every week readers band together to describe books in the most vague way possible! For fun!

The Rules

  1. Describe the book on Kait’s post as vaguely as possible in the comments section
  2. Go to your own blog and make a post about a different book
  3. Link your post in the Mister Linky on Kait Plus Books
  4. People will then describe that book as vaguely as possible in your comments section
  5. Visit and comment on other blogs so that everyone gets some post love!

Anyone who has visited my blog during Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon the past few years has probably seen me hosting my mini-challenge, Vague Recollections. I love doing it so much that I thought it would be fun to make it into a weekly meme! But! The way it works is a little different.

For this meme each reader will choose a book, and then in the comments section of their post other readers will try to describe the book in the most vague terms possible. For example, I might describe my book today as:

I think it might be about a girl who needs a new heart? There’s definitely something about a heart on the cover, or maybe in the title? Someone said it’s a good contemporary YA. Any ideas?

As horrible as that description is, it does… technically, describe the book. And the best part about this is that you don’t actually have to have read the books to participate! All you have to read is the summary, and make a vague summary based on that!

So your mission today, should you accept it, is to describe the book below as vaguely as you can in my comments, and then pick a book to make your own post with so people can describe that book as vaguely as possible in your comments!

For today’s post, you should try to describe…

Vague Recollections | November 21, 2020How to Build a Heart by Maria Padian
Published by Algonquin Young Readers on January 28, 2020
Genres: YA, Contemporary
Pages: 352
Goodreads

One young woman’s journey to find her place in the world as the carefully separated strands of her life — family, money, school, and love — begin to overlap and tangle. 
All sixteen-year-old Izzy Crawford wants is to feel like she really belongs somewhere. Her father, a marine, died in Iraq six years ago, and Izzy’s moved to a new town nearly every year since, far from the help of her extended family in North Carolina and Puerto Rico. When Izzy’s hardworking mom moves their small family to Virginia, all her dreams start clicking into place. She likes her new school—even if Izzy is careful to keep her scholarship-student status hidden from her well-to-do classmates and her new athletic and popular boyfriend. And best of all: Izzy’s family has been selected by Habitat for Humanity to build and move into a brand-new house. Izzy is this close to the community and permanence she’s been searching for, until all the secret pieces of her life begin to collide.
How to Build a Heart is the story of Izzy’s journey to find her place in the world and her discovery that the choices we make and the people we love ultimately define us and bring us home.  


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