We are Still Tornadoes by Michael Kun and Susan Mullen

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This is a fun cool tale about friendship revolves around the 80s. Catherine is away at college while her best friend decides to stay home. Its her first year in college and she is discovering what its like to be away from home. Only problem is her home is being torn apart. Her father had an affair and got his secretary pregnant. With her best friend miles away they rely on written notes to communicate.

Scott stayed home after high school while the rest of his classmates decided to go off to school. That includes his best friend Cath. He relies on her much more than he anticipates. He doesn’t want to just be the guy who works at his fathers clothing store. He decides to form a band. With a support Catherine he feels he is moving in the right path.

This fun story is entirely made up of written notes back and forth. The authors really communicate how two world can get mixed up into one. Catherine needs Scott to help her get through her present. Scott needs Catherine to help him with his future.

My thoughts:

I thought this was a very cute story. I read it pretty fast. I couldn’t tell that there were two authors. They blended very well. I think this book had  the opportunity to to be very good and special. It just seemed to that after a certain point it was rushed and under written. Things were not wrapped up. Some conclusions became unbelievable. I gave the book 3/5 stars. I just wanted more.

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