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The Pastor's Kid ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ The Pastor's Kid Author Danielle Weiler – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Mattie is a pastor's kid a PK She hasn't minded that title so much while living in the city but the rural town her family is relocated to is a different story Next door lives Jay He's always been told Mattie is a pastor's kid a PK She hasn't minded that title so much while living in the The Pastor's Epub / city but the rural town her family is relocated to is a different story Next door lives Jay He's always been told by his father what to think but now he's sick of it He wants answers about his mum and he wouldn't know it but he could use a friend like Mattie The time Mattie and Jay spend together the they come to realise that perceptions are just that That it doesn't really matter what you believe if you don't own it And that Christian music can totally be coolBut when Mattie's sister and Jay's best friend hook up and the Chapel program threatens to be a shambles and Mattie can't let go of the memory of that awful last softball gameMattie wonders if she'll ever be able to fit in.

  • Paperback
  • 250 pages
  • The Pastor's Kid
  • Danielle Weiler
  • English
  • 03 November 2014

About the Author: Danielle Weiler

From the time Danielle could hold a pen she has written On the bunk bed in pink texta The Pastor's Epub / the vowels in her name backwards; storybooks stapled together with coloured paper; diaries with and without mini padlocks; social articles for the university newspaper; all finally culminating into novel writing Her debut YA novel Friendship on Fire was published in Her second a YANA crossover calle.



1 thoughts on “The Pastor's Kid

  1. Niamh Niamh says:

    Note I received a free copy of this book from the author as part of a Goodreads Giveaway Actual rating 25 stars As I'm writing this The Pastor's Kid is yet to receive a single rating or review on Goodreads so it's daunting to know that mine will be the only review that people see I wish I could say I loved it but I have very mixed feelings The Pastor's Kid is predominantly character driven alternating between the perspectives of our two MCs Mattie and Jay Unfortunately I didn't really feel much of a connection to either of them Initially I found Mattie to be very one dimensional her label as a Pastor's Kid seemed to be all that defined her Then she meets Jay and BAM #InstaLove Thankfully Jay had a bit depth to him although I felt his story could have been explored However in the end both Mattie and Jay grow as characters the strength of Mattie's beliefs challenges Jay just as he challenges her to be confident in herself There were some great messages in this book which the author did well to include without having them come across as insincere or patronisingUnfortunately I felt that on the whole the writing really detracted from the story There were a few grammar and punctuation errors but the biggest issue I had was with corny dialogue and odd awkward phrases At times both Mattie and Jay's voices felt inappropriate for their age sometimes realistically teenage and other times too mature or immature These inconsistencies made it hard for me to really get caught up in the storyOverall The Pastor's Kid was an enjoyable easy read but I think it had the potential to be so much better While it didn't uite hit the mark for me I'm a huge supporter of local authors like Danielle and I will definitely have a read of some of her other novels in the futureBonus thought before I began reading I had no idea that this was a #LoveOzYA novel so I was very pleasantly surprised about that It contained some brilliant yet unobtrusive references to some very distinctly Australian things and they actually may have been my favourite parts of the book

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1 thoughts on “The Pastor's Kid

  1. Niamh Niamh says:

    Note I received a free copy of this book from the author as part of a Goodreads Giveaway Actual rating 25 stars As I'm writing this The Pastor's Kid is yet to receive a single rating or review on Goodreads so it's daunting to know that mine will be the only review that people see I wish I could say I loved it but I have very mixed feelings The Pastor's Kid is predominantly character driven alternating between the perspectives of our two MCs Mattie and Jay Unfortunately I didn't really feel much of a connection to either of them Initially I found Mattie to be very one dimensional her label as a Pastor's Kid seemed to be all that defined her Then she meets Jay and BAM #InstaLove Thankfully Jay had a bit depth to him although I felt his story could have been explored However in the end both Mattie and Jay grow as characters the strength of Mattie's beliefs challenges Jay just as he challenges her to be confident in herself There were some great messages in this book which the author did well to include without having them come across as insincere or patronisingUnfortunately I felt that on the whole the writing really detracted from the story There were a few grammar and punctuation errors but the biggest issue I had was with corny dialogue and odd awkward phrases At times both Mattie and Jay's voices felt inappropriate for their age sometimes realistically teenage and other times too mature or immature These inconsistencies made it hard for me to really get caught up in the storyOverall The Pastor's Kid was an enjoyable easy read but I think it had the potential to be so much better While it didn't uite hit the mark for me I'm a huge supporter of local authors like Danielle and I will definitely have a read of some of her other novels in the futureBonus thought before I began reading I had no idea that this was a #LoveOzYA novel so I was very pleasantly surprised about that It contained some brilliant yet unobtrusive references to some very distinctly Australian things and they actually may have been my favourite parts of the book

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