[Read] ➲ Andromeda Klein ➮ Frank Portman – Writerscompany.co.uk

Andromeda Klein Andromeda Klein Has A Few Problems.Her Hair Is Kind Of Horrible.Her Partner In Occultism, Daisy, Is Dead.Her Secret, Estranged, Much Older And Forbidden Boyfriend In Theory, Has Gone AWOL.And Her Mother Has Learned How To Text.In Short, Things Couldn T Get Much Worse Until They Do Daisy Seems To Be Attempting To Make Contact From Beyond, Books Are Starting To Disappear From The Library, And Then, Strangely And Suddenly, Andromeda S Tarot Readings Are Beginning To Predict Events With Bizarrely Literal Accuracy Omens Are Everywhere Dreams Swords Fires Hidden Cards Lost, Broken, And Dead Cell Phones And What Is Daisy Trying To Tell Her In The Ensuing Struggle Of Neutral Versus Evil, It S Andromeda Klein Against The World, Modern Society, Demonic Forces, And The Friends Of The Library.From Frank Portman, Author Of King Dork, Comes Another Unique Literary Experience Andromeda Klein Is Dark, Funny, Smart, And Entirely Unforgettable From The Hardcover Edition.

10 thoughts on “Andromeda Klein

  1. says:

    YA Andromeda Klein lives so deeply in her head that in the first couple of pages of this you only get a few glimpses of her She s riding her bike She s wearing a hoodie But mostly she s thinking about tarot and the Egyptian god Thoth She relates to the world through tarot and her thoughts are complicated and infinitely layered, but I have to believe Portman purposely made them as dense and inaccessible as possible maybe to show us how different

  2. says:

    In all honesty, I really can t recommend this book in good faith However, for my part, I m such an easy critic that it really grew on me Even so, a book that takes until halfway through to really get moving and only really comes together at the last chapters has some problems in the workings.Andromeda Klein tells the story of a misunderstood teenage girl who is obsessed with Tarot cards and the occult Her life is falling apart at the seams Her best f

  3. says:

    I didn t really like King Dork when I read it, so I m not sure now what exactly got me interested in reading Andromeda Klein Probably it was the concept of a modern teenager doing ceremonial magic in a very Crowley sort of way And maybe if you liked King Dork, and you re deeply interested in ceremonial magic, it ll be a great read for you But I didn t like King Dork, and I have only a passing interest in ceremonial magic, so this was doomed...

  4. says:

    Edit I originally gave this book 4 stars I mention why in the original review below, which is unchanged , but given that I haven t been able to stop thinking about it or its fascinating main character since I read it, and keep recommending it to friends, it definitely warrants 5 This is a great read though not for everyone, see review below and if it doesn t deserve 5 stars, I don t know what does, it just leaves you a little pensive and wistful at the end at

  5. says:

    I liked King Dork , so this had been in the queue for a while This is another coming of age story about an awkward teen at the very bottom of the social totem pole In this case, it s Andromeda Klein, a teenage girl obsessed with magic, tarot, and the occult Her best friend recently passed away, her older guy crush won t text her, her parents are nutty, her hair is awful, her friends arelike frenemies This may sound like your standard young adult fare, but throw in

  6. says:

    Terrible so, so terrible I didn t actually finish this book which is pretty rare for me , but there was no listing for I tried, but it was just WAY too bad I was SO disappointed in this book, I can t even begin to describe it, so I won t Instead, I ll make a pitch for Frank Portman s 1st book, King Dork, which quite possibly ranks as my favorite teen lit book Yes it e...

  7. says:

    Slow read often muddied Wade away from the banks of the first 50 pages and the waters start to clear but there is no current that takes you away Dealing with the occult one gets the impression the author busied himself so much with reading ...

  8. says:

    I could not finish this book It read like a text book on how to.with the occult I felt like it was a platform for teaching people about tarot cards, witchcraft, new ageetc It seemed to be less about a story andabout teaching.

  9. says:

    I started listening to this on audio CD, but when my ears began to bleed I quickly retrieved it from the CD player and calmed myself with some NPRreally, really crappy.

  10. says:

    This book is really quite something First of all a YA book that isn t typeset like a freshmen trying to make their paper longer Second a YA book that doesn t dumb down the writing While these are not unknown octavian nothing springs to mind , I find them rare In fact, this book elevates typical teen speak to good writing About a young teen occultist, whose library is oddly stocked with esoterica the dewey number 133 makes quite a few appearances The pictures of early 20th cent...

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