Out of Reach

Out of Reach

Book - 2012
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Accompanied by her brother's friend, Tyler, sixteen-year-old Rachel ventures through San Diego and nearby areas seeking her brother, eighteen-year-old Micah, a methamphetamine addict who ran away from home.
Edition: First Simon Pulse hardcover edition.
ISBN: 9781442440531
Characteristics: 250 pages ;,22 cm.


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Jul 14, 2016

It was pretty good and very realistic. I like books like this

Feb 13, 2014

this was such a good book but it ends horribly its so annoying but the beginning till the last chapter was good why did she have to end it like that we will never know anyway it way it was a good book

ARIEL D SMITH Nov 18, 2013

This is a very good book! very real and true, it is a wonderful read.

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Jul 16, 2016

TomiSo thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over


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Jul 16, 2016

This is about a girl named Rachel who goes on a hunt to find her brother, Micah. She believes her brother has lost control on his life ever since he started taking drugs. All she wanted was to pretend it didn't happen and hoped all of the problems will go away counting him. Finally her wish came true and her brother disappeared but now she regrets it. Without a trace of him he's been gone for a few months not until she gets an email one day about his whereabouts. Thinking it was stupid she left the email alone till she couldn't handle it anymore and went on a hunt for him with his best friend Tyler. No trace of him was found but some empty descriptions. Even with the help of a friend they couldn't find any sign of where he could be. Though through this rough days she ends up falling in love. Memories of the past and recent events flow through her head now and then. Sadly she wasn't able to find Micah but maybe just maybe when he's ready he'll be able to find her.


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