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Last Night at the Circle Cinema (Fiction - Young Adult)

by Emily Franklin

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  dbruscini | Apr 8, 2016 |
There were some things that I really loved about this book - it's a contemporary story filled with characters who are fun to read about because they're full of cleverness, snarky attitude, and creativity. However, amid the playfulness there's also an underlying darkness that naturally follows the rough teenage years as children transition into adulthood, and there's always the possibility that the ending won't be happy - which creates plot tension.

If you decide to read this book, I highly recommend that you don't stop and start it (I read it on airplane flights over the course of about 2 weeks). Because the plot doesn't develop in a linear fashion and the story jumps to different periods of time as well as from one character's point of view to another, it makes it difficult to keep things straight if you stop and start like I did. If you can read the entire book within a week I think the story will come together better in the mind of the reader. ( )
  Neftzger | Jun 24, 2015 |
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In an ultimate test of friendship, Olivia and Codman agree to their manic friend Bertucci's plan to spend one last night with him--the night before their high school graduation--in a movie theater that has been closed permanently.

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