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Sometimes I Think I Hear My Name Too Many Questions It Wasn T That Thirteen Year Old Conrad Didn T Like Living With His Aunt And Uncle In St Louis It S Just That His Mother And Father Both Lived In New York And He Hadn T Seen Them Lately And He Had A Few Questions He Needed To Have Answered That S How Conrad Happened To Spend The Strangest Week Of His Life In New York City With A Girl He Hardly Knew And Getting Answers Than He Had Questionsabout His Parents, Himself, And What Real Families Are All AboutConrad Lives In St Louis With His Aunt And Uncle, Who His Divorced Parents Feel Can Provide The Stable Home Life They Can T Manage In New York City When His Mother Decides That He Should Spend Spring Vacation In London Instead Of With Her, Conrad Is Sure Something Is Wrong, And He Goes To New York To Find Out What Once There He Contacts Nancy, A Secretive Girl With A Family Life Just As Strange As Conrad S With Nancy By His Side, Conrad Embarks On A Remarkable Adventure Of Discovery About His Family And About Himself

10 thoughts on “Sometimes I Think I Hear My Name

  1. says:

    Argh This book is so real, so painful, so sad, and ultimately beautiful As I read it, I thought it was just a story of a 13 year old boy who missed his parents In the end it turned out to be a piece of art about human emotion and frailty.

  2. says:

    A less fantastical, angstier book than Charlotte Doyle, this Avi y a novel concerns two kids with different ways of disguising the truth about their family lives It was a very powerful book for me in jr high.

  3. says:

    What a strange book Deals with broken marriages that break apart and that insist on staying together, and the damage that comes to the children in those marriages.

  4. says:

    The book is Sometimes I Think I Hear My Name by Avi this book is about a kid who is going to England for summer vacation instead of visiting his parents in New York but since the flight stops in New York he escapes and eventually finds a friend that lets him stay at her apartment and after a few days he sees his parents and then goes home.A part which affects the reader is after the dinner wi

  5. says:

    This is one of the greatest coming of age books I have ever read It s sad that it doesn t get attention, because it is just an absolutely breathtaking book.

  6. says:

    GENERAL FICTION CATEGORYConrad lives in St Louis with his Aunt Lu and Uncle Carl His parents live in New York After the divorce, it was decided this was best for everyone And it is, until Conrad realizes that his parents no longer seem to know him He hasn t seen them in almost a year, and the presents they sent for Christmas were things he didn t care about When his aunt and uncle tell him he s going to England

  7. says:

    This book was a read aloud in fifth grade, and at the time, I thought it was one of the best books I had read the whole year I could picture the whole story really clearly in my mind, almost as if it was a TV show I was watching I pictured what the main character Conrad looked like, and his hometown I was actually sort of sad when we finished the book, because I had really enjoyed reading well, like listening to it The c

  8. says:

    I read this when I was 11, so I would reccommend this book for middle schoolers.It s basically a story about a boy and a girl who both have many complicated family problems They get to know each other and help each other face these problems I know this review is lackingbut it was a long time ago, and if I mention anything else, it would probably ruin the book By the way, the ending is AMAZING.

  9. says:

    It was okay The thing is, I really just didn t like the characters Not the writing, the characters themselves I didn t relate to them, I thought they were unlikable made it hard to like or appreciate their story.

  10. says:

    I think this book had a very good plot idea However, the book kind of lost me in the middle The whole thing about his parents being divorsed did not affect the book as much as I would have liked it to.It was an ok book.

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