Hello bookworms! Welcome to another “When I First Saw You!” A weekly link up created by Sophie @ Sailing Through Books and co-hosted by Izel @ A Bookish Flower! “When I First Saw You” is when you get to make up your own synopsis based on the cover of the book. Easy as pie.
Double the bloggers, double the fun am I right?
Yes I am! Let’s see this week’s cover shall we?
Title: Invisible Fault Lines
Author: Kristen-Paige Madonia
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books
Release Date: May 3rd, 2016
Andi is a bad girl. Other parents and kids don’t like her from the way she spray paints the brick walls on her way to school to the pink streak in her dark brown hair.
What people don’t know is that she is trying to change her image from a graffiti bad girl to a kind city girl who pets kittens all day. Well, she would pet kittens all day if it wasn’t for her allergies.
When a family tragedy comes out of the middle of nowhere, Andi has to change everything about her. Her hair, her style, even her everyday life like she wanted to in the first place.
She isn’t really sure where life will take her, but it will take one step at a time.
The Real Deal:
“My father disappeared on a Tuesday that should’ve been like any Tuesday, but eventually became the Tuesday my father disappeared.”
Tired of living in limbo, Callie finally decides to investigate her father’s disappearance for herself. Maybe there was an accident at the construction site that he oversaw? Maybe he doesn’t remember who he is and is lost wandering somewhere? But after seeing a familiar face in a photo from the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, she wonders if the answer is something else entirely.
Hailed by Judy Blume as a “remarkable young novelist,” Kristen-Paige Madonia, author of Fingerprints of You, explores how to rebuild a life after everything seems lost.
The real book actually does sound really good and I really want to read it. Man, there are so many books on my TBR list now. Luckily, I can use some of my WIFSY ideas for Camp Nanowrimo! There are so many to choose from.
I got my idea for my synopsis from looking at the cover. I think the setting may be in New York and I thought it was about a girl who spray paints on her way to school and she is always late. I really like my synopsis though and I really like the real one too.