The Life and Death of Sophie Stark

The Life and Death of Sophie Stark

Book - 2015
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Publisher: New York : Blue Rider Press, a member of Penguin Group (USA), [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9780399173394
Characteristics: 270 pages


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KateHillier Oct 11, 2016

This was fantastic and I nearly lost a night's sleep to finish it. Common knowledge says that we are different things to different people and everyone sees us differently. The other side of that is that no one knows exactly who that person is to themselves or when they're totally alone.

The main character of this book is a person you never hear from. We're used to that in fiction. We don't get to know Sophie through Sophie - we meet this strange, inventive, inappropriate and boundary filmmaker through the people who you think would know her the best. They have even fewer answers that you do at the end of the book - and I definitely don't have any answers to speak of.

It's a fascinating book, readable in the way that you do not want to put this book down to save your life, and Sophie is just so compelling but so is everyone else as well. It was a great read and I really wish it had been longer!

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