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Spirit Level By Sarah N. Harvey,

  • Title: Spirit Level
  • Author: Sarah N. Harvey
  • ISBN: 9781459808164
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • Harriet is a donor conceived, an only child She has never considered her family unusual.But things change when her longtime boyfriend chooses New York over their relationship, and her best friend leaves her for Paris Level headed Harry can t keep it together.Maybe it s time to do something other than cry into her pillow and wallow in smoothies Maybe it s time to think aHarriet is a donor conceived, an only child She has never considered her family unusual.But things change when her longtime boyfriend chooses New York over their relationship, and her best friend leaves her for Paris Level headed Harry can t keep it together.Maybe it s time to do something other than cry into her pillow and wallow in smoothies Maybe it s time to think about the bigger picture Maybe it s time to find some half siblings and redefine her idea of family.
    Spirit Level Harriet is a donor conceived an only child She has never considered her family unusual But things change when her longtime boyfriend chooses New York over their relationship and her best friend leav

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    1. I kept thinking about how glad I was that there s some fiction around donor conceived kids I would have loved to hand this to my own DC son Of course he would have rolled his eyes and not read it, but still I m glad this book exists Relatable and sweet, Spirit Level tackles some big questions in a refreshingly matter of fact way Recommended.

    2. When I saw that this book was about a girl Harriet, known as Harry who was donor conceived, and gets in contact with her two of her donor sisters, I knew I had to read it I was not expecting such a diverse set of characters, so that was a pleasant and welcome surprise Harry lives quite a sheltered life, very different from the way her mother a Single Mother by Choice grew up, and because of this, Harry has some growing up to do Her journey begins while she is depressed over her best friend turne [...]

    3. I m not exactly sure how I feel about this book It was kind of meh and I don t really have much to say about it.One thing I liked was the fact that it was diverse That was awesome But I didn t really like the main character, Harry I thought she was kind of judgmental.I don t think there is anything else I can really say It was an okay read If it sounds like something you might like, check it out It s not very long and I flew through it So if you pick it up it shouldn t take you long to read If i [...]

    4. I really enjoyed this book I found it to be a very fast read and one that kept my interest Spirit Level is the story about a girl named Harriet Harriet is the product of a sperm donor She learns in this book that she has siblings There is Lucy, Meredith, James, Adam and Ben The characters are wonderfully developed and engaging The different personalities of the siblings make for some great entertainment.

    5. literary lion.tumblr Disclaimer A copy of this novel was received from LibraryThing Early Reviewers in exchange for an honest review.Harry is depressed after losing her best friend slash boyfriend Byron Trying to fill her life up she begins a search for her half siblings She finds two sisters and three brothers One of her sisters, Meredith, is searching for their donor and Harry isn t certain she s comfortable with that She is definitely comfortable with Meredith s cute best friend though, somet [...]

    6. I didn t know what to expect with this book I honestly don t even remember getting it at BEA It was kind of refreshing to read a book having no expectations Harry Harriet is a donor conceived child Her single mother decided she wanted a baby, so she used an anonymous sperm donor to get pregnant Now she s 16 years old I think and alone for the summer Her best friend is abroad, and she just broke up with her boyfriend who moved from Seattle to NYC with his father Harry decides it s time to find he [...]

    7. An ARC was provided from the publisher in exchange for an honest review I found Spirit Level to be a very enjoyable and interesting read about what happens when children who have sperm donors for fathers become interested in learning about their genetic families The different scenarios are varied and very true to life a single mother by choice, a lesbian couple, a couple who couldn t have children And, as to be expected, the children are completely different, with different takes on genetic fam [...]

    8. I received a copy of this book through the First Reads Giveaway Program I was really excited to win a copy of this book the blurb sounded interesting and the cover of the book actually grabbed my attention and made me ask why I enjoyed the story, the characters and the plotwhat I didn t love about this book was the end there was no mention of another book coming after this one, however, this one left the reader with a ton of questions that were never answered The book just seemed to end abruptly [...]

    9. I received an advanced copy of this book from Librarything early reviewers While I found the beginning to be a little weak, it did not take me long to be thoroughly enthralled with the book I love that the book is about personal identity, family dynamics, and gender identity While the story of gender identity is a secondary story line I found it to be the most captivating It touches on many of the challenges that face youth when living transgender without being too serious or depressing I have t [...]

    10. This is a solid Orca book with a relatively sophisticated and somewhat original story, socio cultural sensitivity, and a strong female character, surrounded by other strong female characters It has positive vibes that don t wear out the reader too much, and some quality teenage self and family discovery.As with most Orcas, it is a bit transparent, formulaic, and trying too hard in this case resulting in some notable plot weakening and hodge podgery A cut above the standard Orca though.3.4 Stars

    11. I really enjoyed reading this book It was a wonderful story of family as unconventional as they come Touching on subjects of runaways, same sex families, transgender and donor children looking for a place to belong My only issue is though the author is not from the US it was based in Seattle and she included several phrases through out the book that US reader would not say or may be confused by if they are not familiar with other forms of English speech Overall, it keep my interested and was qui [...]

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