Monday, 23 April 2012

David LEVITHAN & Rachel Cohn (2010), Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares, Random House Children's Books,
By Lara Lema Carracedo 2ºA ESO
The story starts with Lily leaving a red Moleskine notebook in a librairy’s shelf. Dash, notices the notebook among the books and opens it. The notebook had dares he had to complete and then write other dares and clues to know where they had to leave the notebook. Lily and Dash become really good friends, but they’d never seen each other, so they start meeting in person.
One of my favourite parts of the book is when Lily is working (walking dogs) and Dash finds her in Washington Square Park. Lily is walking Boris, a very big dog. He helps her walk him while they talk. Suddenly Boris starts to run out of control and ends at the police station. No police comes into the room, and they talk. I liked the conversation they had.
I recommend this book to people between 13-15 years old who like diary style books and romance. Also people who like mystery.

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