All the Crooked Saints

All the Crooked Saints

eBook - 2017
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In Colorado in 1962 the three teenage Soria cousins run an unlicensed radio station from a beat-up box truck converted into a transmitter; Beatriz is the thinker and technician, Joaquin, the youngest, is the disc jockey, and Daniel is called the Saint of Bicho Raro because he can perform miracles (just not for himself)--then one night Pete Wyatt and Tony DiRisio drive into town in search of a miracle.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Scholastic Press,, 2017
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780545930826
Characteristics: text file,rda
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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Beatricksy Nov 18, 2017

It reads like a modern myth. I don't want to call it Gaiman-like because I don't think they actually read anything like each other. But it's the same sort of complicated merge of fantasy and reality that leaves the reader in a dreamlike state. It made me feel like I was wrapped up in something bigger and complicated, as big and as complicated as the desert. Also I'm always into an Owl Motif.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Nov 16, 2017

If you need a miracle, you would travel to Bicho Raro to see the Soria family who have the ability to help cast away your darkness. At the heart of the family are three cousins who are looking to help the pilgrims achieve their second part to their miracle and move on from Bicho Raro. But as Saints they are not allowed to interact with the pilgrims, until Daniel does and inflicts the darkness in himself. The family must work together to help Daniel before his darkness kills him.
This was a really enjoyable book to read about finding help in places you would have never thought to look for it, and how most of the time the answers are right in front of you. This book has really relatable characters and has a good story line which is what makes you want to keep reading it. Like any of her other books, you’ll want to keep reading until the last page and want more after it's finished. Rating 4 out of 5 stars.
- @Fallenangelhushhush of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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m0k1m3
Nov 08, 2017

Yes - If you're a romantic. Yes-If you are interested in owls (some interesting thots here). Yes-If you like the South American authors (but need of bit of lightness as well). Yes- If you've pondered miracles. Yes-If you have ever pondered faith/fear/intent. I love this book so much - I'm thinking of buying it, just to pet it once in a while. (That's it's YA - should be left out of consideration - it's perfect.)

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farbrite
Nov 02, 2017

The reviews aren't very helpful in describing this stand-alone novel by Stiefvater. At bottom, this is a fantasy about love, and I enjoyed it very much, finishing it in two nights.
The Sorias are a family of hereditary saints who grant miracles: making people's darkness physically manifest itself. But the second miracle is the responsibility of the pilgrim, who must understand what the first miracle is trying to tell him or her. However, the Sorias themselves are in need of miracles, and love is what brings about change at last. Beautifully and imaginatively written, this is a truly unique and satisfying story.

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