Off the Page

Off the Page

A Novel

eBook - 2015
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"When Delilah is united with Oliver, a prince literally taken from the pages of a fairytale, the line between what is on the page and what is possible is blurred, and all must be resolved for the two to live happily ever after"--
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781925267433
1925267431
9780553535587
0553535587
0553535579
9780553535570
0553535560
9780553535563
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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_hannah
Jul 22, 2016

Off the Page was so good! It had me shaken with emotion at certain times, and laughing out loud at others. I loved the first book (Between the Lines), and I enjoyed this one just as much. It was an amazing journey, and a really heartfelt and connectable story. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good book.

FindingJane Aug 23, 2015

Although it states on the cover that this is a companion to “Between the Lines”, this book is clearly a sequel to its surprising and enchanting predecessor.

“Off the Page” takes up where “Between the Lines” ends and proves once again that happily ever after is strictly a fairy tale concept. Real-life woes provide joys and sorrows for the newly liberated Oliver and the authors don’t spare him or the reader as he attempts to negotiate the tricky minefield that is—gasp!—high school.

Prepare to have your heartstrings wrung as Oliver, Edgar, Delilah and Jules realize that sacrifices must be made and losses endured in order for the greater good to prevail. This novel ably brings adults into its sphere as it forces its adolescent characters to negotiate grown-up problems. The question of doing the right thing as opposed to getting what you want is explored and, sadly, not everyone is happy at the end. But, as with all fine books and great travels, it is the journey that matters not the finish.

QueenBoadicea Aug 23, 2015

Although it states on the cover that this is a companion to “Between the Lines”, this book is clearly a sequel to its surprising and enchanting predecessor.

“Off the Page” takes up where “Between the Lines” ends and proves once again that happily ever after is strictly a fairy tale concept. Real-life woes provide joys and sorrows for the newly liberated Oliver and the authors don’t spare him or the reader as he attempts to negotiate the tricky minefield that is—gasp!—high school.

Prepare to have your heartstrings wrung as Oliver, Edgar, Delilah and Jules realize that sacrifices must be made and losses endured in order for the greater good to prevail. This novel ably brings adults into its sphere as it forces its adolescent characters to negotiate grown-up problems. The question of doing the right thing as opposed to getting what you want is explored and, sadly, not everyone is happy at the end. But, as with all fine books and great travels, it is the journey that matters not the finish.

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hd93
Aug 22, 2015

Pretty good sequel but still a very average book. Would have liked some more captivating plot lines

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dollbott
Jul 20, 2015

I love this book and now can't wait to read the first book. I only wish that I'd read Between The Lines first.

kirstd31 Jul 07, 2015

The book was okay, but I feel like they should not have wrote a sequel. They lived happily ever after in the first book the end.

black_cat_1378 Jun 20, 2015

Off the Page is a twist combining a fairy tale and reality, otherwise a great read!

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Jul 20, 2015

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Rachel Schafer
Aug 09, 2015

Reader, do you believe in Fate? Do you believe that somewhere, there's a grand plan for each of us? If so, then we might as well consider ourselves to be characters... and our lives a story. Or maybe you believe that we fall into our future blindly, drifting from adventure to adventure, our journey zigzagging not according to plan but according to pure chance. Or just maybe, as random and haphazard as our lives seem-maybe that's exactly what the author had in mind.

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