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Narinder Dhami (Author). As the book progresses, Jack comes to a better understanding of Annie's extreme social isolation and her need for his acceptance and support. Though several premises of this novel are exaggerated or preposterous, the emotional issues may strike a chord with beleaguered older siblings.
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Narinder Dhami wrote a very compelling story on the bond between siblings and the power of imagination mixed together. I loved little Annie. She reminded me a lot of myself as a child. You know from the beginning of this book that Jack is going to not stay the jerk that he is when it comes to his relationship with his genius sister. But it's so painful watching him being mean to her and making so many mistakes as he tries to deal with his feelings. There are lots of things in the book that just are illogical, such as why the invisible alien girl steals stuff.
Readers are not likely to warm to these characters, nor, given the story's patchy internal logic, come to understand them-and as Dhami coyly leaves the question of whether Sarah is real or not up in the air, even that minor.
Readers are not likely to warm to these characters, nor, given the story's patchy internal logic, come to understand them-and as Dhami coyly leaves the question of whether Sarah is real or not up in the air, even that minor satisfaction is denied. The waters muddy further when the children’s father, who left years ago, gets back in touch; in a genuinely perfunctory resolution to that subplot, Jack allays Annie’s anxiety about what he’ll think of her by explaining that he’s no longer a significant member of the family.
This is an awesome book! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago. This is a very exciting book! Jack is the main character. He has a little sister named Annie. Jack didn't believe in Annie's little game. He knows she's a genius and that she has an imaginary friend, but he still doesn't believe in Sarah Sleigh from the 25th century. Was it Annie who took all those missing items or Sarah? This is an awesome book!
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