OFF THE PAGE JODI PICOULT EBOOK
From #1 New York Times bestselling authors Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer, OFF THE PAGE is a tender and appealing YA novel filled. Meet Oliver, a prince literally taken from the pages of a fairy tale and transported into the real world. Off the Page ebook by Jodi Picoult,Samantha van Leer. From #1 New York Times bestselling authors Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer, OFF Off the Page by Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer Buy the Ebook.
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Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 7 Up—Picoult and van Leer dive back into the realm of fairy tales coming true in this companion to Between. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 7 Up—Picoult and van Leer dive back into Off the Page - Kindle edition by Jodi Picoult, Samantha van Leer. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. From #1 New York Times bestselling authors Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer, Off the Page. by Jodi Picoult Author · Samantha van Leer Author. ebook.
Enter Edgar, who agrees to play Oliver's role in the pages of Delilah's favourite book. But just when it seems that the plan will work, everything gets turned upside down. In this multilayered universe, the line between what is on the page and what is possible is blurred, but all must be resolved for the characters to live happily ever after. Off the Page is a tender and appealing romantic novel filled with humour, adventure and magical relationships. Julie Murphy. Vanishing Girls.
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Off the Page (Between the Lines, #2) by Jodi Picoult
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Off the Page by Jodi Picoult. Samantha van Leer. Anne Yvonne Gilbert Illustrations. But they are together. I wish! Get A Copy. Published May 19th by Ember first published More Details Original Title. Between the Lines 2. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Off the Page , please sign up. Bobby Karmakar Picoult says it's meant to be a standalone but I believe you should.
I read Between the Lines and found it super helpful, treating this as a sequel …more Picoult says it's meant to be a standalone but I believe you should. I read Between the Lines and found it super helpful, treating this as a sequel as I knew it was.
Some say you don't but I love this book so much better, yet I think it'll help to have a concrete idea of the story by reading Between the Lines first: Does it matter if I read this before Between the Lines? LIke does the story disconnect iif I don't? Linda It doesn't disconnect the story but with book one it is like a whole big story and without it it is normal story See all 13 questions about Off the Page…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details.
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Jun 09, Jesse JesseTheReader rated it liked it. More of a 3. If you're looking for a light and fun read, this is just what you're looking for! I think my favorite part of this book was reading about Oliver trying to figure out how to live in the real world. It added quite a bit of humor to the story. I'll be sharing more of my thoughts in my June wrap up video over on youtube. View all 9 comments. Jun 19, Christine Riccio rated it really liked it.
This was really cute! View 1 comment. The two-dimensional characters have become well-rounded, the plot more complicated and the themes a lot broader. I could imagine all the fun they had during the entire writing process. The story is also a lot more entertaining and funnier than the first book.
It was very enjoyable reading the POVs of the three major characters and witnessing how they struggle to adjust to the world they presently live in. Wishes coming true just have to come with a price. The conflicts are also very interesting and I was right along with the characters in finding a way to solve their problems.
At first I thought Between the Lines should be enough on its own but I think the companion is just as much as necessary to the entire plot.
This duology would seriously make for a delightful movie because what do you know, they all lived happily ever after. I could smell a novella in the making though about Jules and Edgar.
Whaddaya think? View all 13 comments. Jul 30, Pinky rated it it was amazing Shelves: I would rate this even more than 5 stars, if I could because this book was just so good. I really enjoyed it and if you compare this book to Between the Lines, I enjoyed this much better.
This is the companion book to Between the Lines and I love it so very much. This takes place after Between the Lines and some people say that you don't Need to read Between the Lines to read this but I did. I suggest that if you want to read this book you should read Between the Lines because everything will I would rate this even more than 5 stars, if I could because this book was just so good.
I suggest that if you want to read this book you should read Between the Lines because everything will make more sense and you will get more background knowledge on all the characters. Between the Lines is basically about a girl named Delilah who has a major crush on a fictional character, Prince Oliver who is in the book Between the Lines.
One day, Prince Oliver spoke to Delilah and he wants to get out of the book. The whole story was about her process in getting this fictional character out of the book.
In the process, we realize how all the characters feel for each other and stuff like that After this, Off the Page, is a book that takes place after the events in Between the Lines. It's really interesting to see all the characters and how they all impacted each other's lives. All these changes in Delilah's character because she met Oliver was just really nice. This book was just so sweet and I loved how this book was fast-paced.
I highly recommend this book if you already read Between the Lines because this book is much better and so much fun! If you haven't read Between the Lines, I highly recommend you read that before you read this book. If you want to dive into this book without the first book, it's fine but it's best to read this first book and understand everything more. If you are into fairy-tales, I highly recommend these two books, I enjoyed this so much. This was really fun read and I hope to reread this again very soon!
View all 12 comments. Feb 06, Suzanne rated it really liked it. Like the first it is a cute story but this sequel is really a more of an emotional feel to it. A lot of it was really sad to read. It really demonstrates the differences between fantasy and reality sometimes reality sucks.
I was able to really connect a lot more with the characters in this book than I did in the first. It was actually had some really funny moments. My quick and simple overall: View 2 comments. Jun 06, Rachel rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was soooooo good!!! I would say more, but it's almost 3am, and I need to sleep. May 20, Hannah Comfybookchats rated it really liked it Shelves: My feelings hurt Can I just start by saying how I appreciate Frump so much more as a character in this one?
Then they go and do "that" and I'm reduced to tear. Yup, it was sad. Jules and Edgar, I just can't deal with I much I ship it! Based on the problem, taking Edgar's mom and Edgar "away" was a smart plot point. There was even more depth to Seriphina, I loved her face off with Allie in the mall.
Oliver and Delilah might be my OTP! They are just so perfect for each other. A bit more hormonal My feelings hurt A bit more hormonal, but still really great. Oliver in the real world had some very interesting interactions. Figures he would be the popular one. The book changing back made little sense, but I'm willing to over look that because the rest was so good. View all 4 comments.
First of all, Off the Page can be read as a standalone book but I would highly recommend reading Between the Lines first because it involves the same characters and all.
Second, I have to admit that I liked Off the Page a little less than Between the Lines but it was still a really good read. This book really is a peek into what happens after "Happily Ever After" and it's not all that great. Delilah and Oliver still love each other dearly but now that Oliver is in the real world and high school, First of all, Off the Page can be read as a standalone book but I would highly recommend reading Between the Lines first because it involves the same characters and all.
Delilah and Oliver still love each other dearly but now that Oliver is in the real world and high school, Delilah realizes she has to share him with others too. Meanwhile Oliver is doing his best to fit in, though it's not always that easy. Along with chapters in Delilah and Oliver's points of view, there's also a new one: These were my favorite.
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Because most of them were featured in the fairy tale book. What can I say? I still love fantasy more than contemporary. But it isn't long before things start going wrong for Edgar also. Being the hero also isn't all that it's cracked up to be.
So I mentioned before that I liked the first book more than this one. It was mostly the start of the book that I had a hard time getting into at first. I was a bit annoyed by both Delilah and Oliver, with the way they were acting.
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As I got closer and closer towards the end it was when I started liking it as much as Between the Lines. I also just want to say that I feel really sorry for Edgar and Jules.
They had just found each other only to lose each other again. It was for a really good reason but I was shipping them so hard. I can only hope that if there will be another book in this world that they will get to be together somehow.
And I was so very sad about this one character dying. Not going to say who but why did this have to happen? With that said, I also should say that sure, this book is still fun and lighthearted but there were also some hard topics like death in it. Also a lot more kissing. This, however, was very nice!
All in all, Off the Page wasn't as good as its predecessor but I still enjoyed it immensely. It's a lovely book for teenagers I think and even for adults if they're looking for something lighter. The writing was beautiful at times as well and the illustrations by Yvonne Gilbert were simply gorgeous!
I loved them! So I would definitely recommend this book! May 09, RitaSkeeter rated it liked it Shelves: Just because you've picked up this book, you know, doesn't mean it belongs to yo.
Quite a lot went on before you even arrived. There was a spark of an idea one day, which ignited into a fire of imagination. Each lick of flame burned a line of text, spreading from chapter to chapter. And where were you? Probably in some other book, not even aware that this was happening someplace in the universe. This is Just because you've picked up this book, you know, doesn't mean it belongs to yo.
This is a sequel, and I wouldn't recommend reading this book, without reading book 1 first. I think you'd get the gist of the book well enough, particularly given there is a rather heavy handed plot summary of the first book at the start of this book; but I just don't think you are going to care about these characters without the background for how they got to the places they're in now. So where are they? Edgar is still living in the book; albeit re-written with a sci-fi flavour, and Delilah and Oliver are happily engaging in regular PDAs in the 'real' world.
But of course true love never runs smooth, so Delilah and Oliver face some challenges, not least of which is Oliver needing to return to the book. I enjoyed the first book; it was a fun and light read. I also enjoyed this book, though perhaps not quite as much.
There were some very humorous moments: Those who enjoyed the first book are likely to enjoy this one also. It has the same quirky, slightly nerdy charm. The one who recently reaffirmed her subterranean spot on the social status totem pole by accidentally punching out the most popular girl in school during swim practice.
I found mine—but he was trapped inside a fairy tale. How he came to be real—and mine—is a long story. Jules, barreling toward me. We hug like magnets. Khaleesi and the Dragons. Jules laughs.
I think he can handle a fifteen-minute bus ride without you. You know how there are some moments in your life when time just slows down? When you remember every minute detail: Oliver is the last one to step off the bus.
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