Each chapter in Read Between the Lines tells of someone else’s day in this work of interconnected stories from Jo Knowles. All of the characters are in some way connected to the local high school which serves as the primary setting. With much of the same story being repeated from different perspectives, Read Between the Lines definitely makes the reader think about how people can experience the same things but come away with completely different outlooks. Knowles does make use of a lot of high school stereotypes, but each character also comes alive in his or her respective angst.
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