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Homecoming
Cynthia Voigt
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Amy said:
I thought this book was really good. It was a really good story and very surprising ending. Its a page turner and a great teen book! read it! [Sequel: Dicey's Song]
posted Apr 9, 2004
Toni said:
It was a great story about a young teen trying to save her family.
posted Apr 9, 2004
Jenna said:
A really moving story of a parentless family. It really made me appreciate what I have. [Tillerman Cycle: Book 1]
posted Feb 20, 2005
Stephmpup said:
I loved this book it was boring at parts, but thrilling in others. which made me want to keep reading. In thier travels they stay at a campground, a college dorm, along the roadside, their cousins home, a circus, two 16-year-old guys on their boat, and finally end up at thier grandmothers run down farm. The only question is what will grandma do?
posted Feb 10, 2008 at 1:34PM
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main characters Dicey Tillerman
Female
Age: 13
Orphan
Mother abandoned her and her three siblings; oldest of the children; trying to keep the family together; searching for a permanent place and her identity.

James Tillerman
Boy
Orphan
Mother abandoned the family; intelligent; angry at the world.

Maybeth Tillerman
Girl
Orphan
Mother abandoned the family; rarely speaks.

Sammy Tillerman
Boy
Orphan
Mother abandoned the family; youngest of the children; stubborn; spoiled.



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