Illustration: Magdalena Schober, 5A (September 2018)

Blume, Judy: Tiger Eyes (Review from 2018)


The book is about a 15- year- old girl named Davey. Her father died because someone shot him while he was working in his shop. Davey has been feeling very sad since then. At his funeral her aunt and her uncle tell her mother, that she, her brother Jason and her mum can stay with them for a while. So, they leave home and go to New Mexico. Davey often rides with her aunt’s bicycle to the Los Almos canyons for climbing. At the canyon she meets a boy who tells her to call him “Wolf”.Slowly, with Wolf’s help, Davey realizes that she must get on with her life. But when will she be ready to leave the past behind?

I chose the book, because I like how it is written and I think it is a very interesting story. It’s also written in a way that is easy to understand. I would recommend the book to people who like emotional novels, stories with a true core and stories which one can relate to their own lives.

Blume, Judy: Tiger Eyes

Pages: 143

Rating: *****

Signatur: FE.J / BLU

© Review and Illustration: Magdalena Schober, 5A (September 2018)