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User Review  - nmhale - LibraryThing

Paul Fisher has just moved to Tangerine, Florida, with his family. Paul is starting at the Lake Windsor Junior High, but all eyes are on his older brother Erik, joining the high school. Erik has great ... Read full review

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oh my gosh<3 this book. I recommend it. I don't like reading but it was amazing and i wanted to read, and i didn't want to stop!

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wat a NICE BOOK

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this book sucks poop i got 2 read it 4 english class and i h8it
DONT READ IT!!! :(

Review: Tangerine

User Review  - Hank Fisher - Goodreads

Paul Fisher may be blind, but he can see more than everybody. Maybe it's just his imagination, or maybe it's the thick glasses that surround Paul's head, but he has noticed some strange things about ... Read full review

Review: Tangerine

User Review  - Bill - Goodreads

I live in Tangerine. Well, at least near it. The real town of Tangerine is in Orange County, Florida, about ten miles south of where I live in Lake County, and the resemblances between the fictional ... Read full review

Review: Tangerine

User Review  - Heather Parker - Goodreads

This is a good book and another one that is hard to put down once you start! I showed true emotion during this book as I became angry to learn that the main character, Paul, was basically ... Read full review

Review: Tangerine

User Review  - Rohan - Goodreads

A 320-page story full of twists and turns, Tangerine beautifully describes the life of a middle school teenage student in Florida. After recently moving cities, Paul Fisher finds himself attending the ... Read full review

Review: Tangerine

User Review  - Savanahs - Goodreads

Paul Fisher, a visibly impaired 5th grader who just move from Texas to Tangerine, Florida sees his new town as a very unusual place. He's brother, Erik, is a amazing football player. The type of ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - rgruberexcel - LibraryThing

RGG: Exciting, well-written. Middle-school centered; sports bent. Especially for boys. Very dark. A must-recommend. Read full review


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