Not If I See You First by Eric Lindstrom

4 thoughts on “Not If I See You First by Eric Lindstrom

  1. Scarlett – 8Q
    I love “Not if I see you first”. I thought the book was great and is one of my favourite books! I would really recommend this book. It is based in a high school. It is from the point of view from a blind girl. And it also has some romance in it. Parker Grant still makes loads of friends and has a great personality. This book is amazing and I think you should read it.

  2. Anxo – Royal Russell
    Relatable and inspiring book!
    ★★★★☆ 4/5

    I really enjoyed reading this book. It talked about the life of a girl growing up with a disability, who hated when people didn’t treat her just like a normal person but instead how they would for anyone with a disability. She didn’t always have this disability – she only had it since the age of 7. Getting the disability wasn’t what really changed her life the most though – the death of her father was. No longer being able to rely on her father’s advice, her life changes a lot, in ways that she doesn’t want it to. But with the help of her friends, she is able to realise the mistakes that she made and change her life back to how she wants it to be.

    I would recommend this book for anyone aged 12 or above with a 4 star rating. Although it wasn’t my favourite book, it is still very good and enjoyable. The book is relatable and in some ways quite inspiring. Please do have a look at this book, and I hope that you have been encouraged to read it!

  3. Tulsi 8Q

    This book has its own way perspective-wise. It is written in a point of view of a blind girl. She has struggles through her pain but in the end, she makes it through with the help of amazing friends. I highly recommend this book! Parker Grant has many obstacles as she has a disadvantage but she hates being treated differently. You will definitely love this book.

  4. Tayah-8Q

    This book was amazing. I loved how it was from Parker Grants perspective. It is crazy how the writer, Eric Lindstorm, was able to describe Parker’s world so well without using anything that could be seen as Parker had lost her sight at seven. This book brings you through the ups and downs of her life (probably more downs than ups) but somehow she is still able to bounce back again without caring what anyone thinks about her ,most of the time.
    This has been one of my favourite books of all time and I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to read or not because this book will make you enjoy reading!

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