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Autumn Falls by Bella Thorne

Autumn Falls

by Bella Thorne

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Autumn is devastated when her family has to move to Florida. Her father has died and left behind a journal for her. The journal seems to have the power of granting wishes. With this new power, Autumn has to deal with making good choices. She crushes on Sean, interacts with mean girls, and makes some good new friends. ( )
  ewyatt | Jun 12, 2017 |
Specially produced in a manuscript format stamped TLA Exclusive in 2014.
  Gmomaj | May 6, 2016 |
This was a really good read. ( )
  allyofthedawn | Sep 12, 2015 |
I really want to read this ( )
  awesomegirl101 | Jun 12, 2015 |
Autumn Falls is a realistic fiction book about Autumn whose father dies unexpectantly and she and her mom and sister have to move to Florida to take care of Dad's mother.

Autumn finds two great friends on her first day of school in Florida--Amalita and JJ-- and even meets a love interest, Sean. Of course, she starts the first day with a huge bump on her forehead, so she feels self-conscious and becomes perfect bait for Sean's best friend, Reenzie who doesn't like that Sean is talking to Autumn. Life is definitely difficult without dad and living in a new world. When visiting her grandmother, Autumn receives a journal that her grandmother said her father wanted her to have. Autumn is stunned and suspicious because her grandmother has a few loose marbles and her dad knew that she doesn't like to write because she's dyslexic. Nevertheless, she decides to write out her feelings only to discover that things mysteriously come true when she writes.

As school progresses, Reenzie gets meaner and meaner, trying to get Autumn in trouble. Needless to say, students aren't lined up to become friends with someone who does such mean things even though Autumn denies everything. Writing in her journal helps her deal with these issues, but wishes can backfire.

This novel is fun and brainless--it's a great novel to read on a rainy afternoon when you just want to relax and not think about much and only be entertained. If you are expecting great writing or a thoughtful philosophy on life, you will be disappointed. ( )
  acargile | Apr 23, 2015 |
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Teen icon Bella Thorne's debut novel!

Filled with personal elements from Bella’s own life, AUTUMN FALLS is the first book in Bella Thorne’s new series! It has everything readers will love and relate to: a real girl trying to find her own inner strength and be the best she can be, with a hint of magic and mystery, and a steady stream of OMG-I-can’t-believe-that-just-happened fun.
With her fiery red hair, new-girl outsider status, and tendency to be a total klutz, Autumn Falls definitely isn’t flying below the radar at Aventura High. Luckily, she makes some genuine friends who take her under their wing. But she also manages to get on the wrong side of the school’s queen bee, and then finds out the guy she’s started to like, funny and sweet Sean, hangs with the mean crowd. Now her rep and her potential love life are at stake.
When Autumn vents her feelings in a journal that belonged to her late father, suddenly her wildest wishes start coming true. Is it coincidence? Or can writing in the journal solve all her problems? And if the journal doesn’t work that way,  is there a bigger purpose for it—and for her?

"You'll be obsessed with Autumn Falls. It has basically everything you could ever want: a lovable klutz for a main character, a total heartthrob, and just a touch of magic."--Seventeen

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On the wrong side of the school's queen bee and having learned that the guy she likes hangs with the mean crowd, Autumn records her struggles in a journal that belonged to her late father and suddenly her wildest wishes begin coming true.

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