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Thursday, January 21, 2016

All the Colours by Lo-Arna Green

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Review by Anniek
Jazz has a fairly easy life until her sister goes missing. From that moment on everything falls apart. Her mother has never really been there for them, but Jazz always had her twin to lean on. When her mother disappears as well Jazz finds herself all alone in an empty house. The only thing Jazz can think of is to call her aunt who lives many miles away. Her aunt takes her in and so her new life begins.
Jazz has to start fresh and new with everything. She needs a new job, will go to a new school and hopefully will make new friends. It turns out that some new beginnings have more bumps in the road than others. When she finds out that her mother's returned home Jazz goes back to her old world hoping to find out once and for all what happened to her twin-sister.
Jazz is a young girl with all the insecurities that go with that age. I really felt for her when her luck was still depending on her past so much. This story takes you with her on her journey to find peace, happiness and forgiveness. She thinks about people in colors. I found that very refreshing and it made me look at people in a different way.

Lo-Arna Green has done amazing job creating this unusual and wonderful story. The ending shocked me. I did not see that one coming. If you are looking for a fast-paced story with love, drama and a unique way of looking at situations then this is absolutely the story for you. The twists will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last sentence.


  1. Sounds good. I like fast paced books :) thanks

  2. How terrifying for Jazz, losing 2 people in her life. It sounds like a very intense story.