The Indigo Notebook

The Indigo Notebook

Book - 2009
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An exciting new series from the acclaimed author of Red Glass.

Zeeta's life with her free-spirited mother, Layla, is anything but normal. Every year Layla picks another country she wants to live in. This summer they're in Ecuador, and Zeeta is determined to convince her mother to settle down. Zeeta makes friends with vendors at the town market and begs them to think of upstanding, "normal" men to set up with Layla. There, Zeeta meets Wendell. She learns that he was born nearby, but adopted by an American family. His one wish is to find his birth parents, and Zeeta agrees to help him. But when Wendell's biological father turns out to be involved in something very dangerous, Zeeta wonders whether she'll ever get the chance to tell her mom how she really feels--or to enjoy her deepening feelings for Wendell.

Praise for Red Glass:
*"A captivating read." --School Library Journal, Starred
Publisher: New York : Delacorte, 2009
ISBN: 9780385736527
Branch Call Number: RES
Characteristics: 324 p

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goofy
Jun 13, 2012

This would be a great summer read. I enjoyed the exotic setting described by the author and the spunk of the main character Zeeta. As was mentioned in a pervious comment this book has a little bit of everything in terms of romance, cultural facts, mystery and drama.

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gunajea
Oct 31, 2011

Zeeta- a fifteen year old girl is always moving from place to place. But things change when she moves to Ecuador. Zeeta meets Wendell and does anything she can to search for his biological parents.
This book certainly is alot diffrent from others, with diffrent charecters of diffrent personalities. Since this is a bit of an easy read, I would mabey suggest it to people who are in 7th or 8th grade.

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kima
Aug 08, 2011

I thought that this book held a very intriguing character. I really liked the Rumi quotes--Resau manages to integrate them into the book and characters flawlessly. This book was probably intended for an audience slightly younger than me (maybe 8th-10th grade) but I still enjoyed the scenery of the setting. What was great about this book, was that though one can sometimes predict what is about to happen, Resau still manages to make the plot interesting and even throws in a few surprises.

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dreamer4546
Jul 03, 2011

I loved this book!!! Full of drama, mystery, romance and adventure this book is perfect for all types of interests.

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