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characters ñ All the Greys on Greene Street ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç SoHo 1981 Twelve year old Olympia is an artist—and in her neighborhood that's normal Her dad and his business partner Apollo bring antiue paintings back to life while her mother makes intricate sculptures in a corner of theirW York with her best friends Richard and Alex drawing everything that catches her eyeThen everything falls apart Ollie's dad disappears in the middle of the night leaving her only a cryptic note and instructions to destroy it Her mom has gone to bed and she's not gettin. You know what Biting the bullet Five stars This is a book written by an AUTHOR Laura Tucker is someone who knows how to WRITE to create characters scenarios settings dialogue that all are from the gut authentic Her words are phenomenal Descriptions evocative; tangible The characters are jump off the page REAL Maybe we've seen a few too many mom depressed in bed books lately but I'm sorry I'm going to keep reading them to remember how much my depression affects the people around me to see beyond myself and keep trying to heal Ollie is real Richard is real Alex is real Apollo is real and I want to live in their fire escape playground cavorting around SoHo world right there with them Take me out for Zombie Chinese I want to see the Terrorpole and Alex's pet ledge I stepped into their world for 307 pages and I want to live with them longer Lush descriptive big hearted REAL

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SoHo 1981 Twelve year old Olympia is an artist and in her neighborhood that's normal Her dad and his business partner Apollo bring antiue paintings back to life while her mother makes intricate sculptures in a corner of their loft leaving Ollie to roam the streets of Ne. So after being uite literally and majorly stuck on page 96 of Laura Tucker's 2019 Middle Grade novel All the Greys on Greene Street for than a week now and also wondering why the art and artist themes promised in the Goodreads synopsis have not yet really and fully materialised yet except for what I would personally call rather on the surface background noise I have finally and with no feelings of guilt or contrition decided to consider another did not finish or rather a will not be finishing reading result here Because even though the themes and the contents of All the Greys on Greene Street certainly seem interesting enough in and of themselves and that I actually also rather enjoyed the start of All the Greys on Greene Street at around page 15 or so the pacing of author Laura Tucker's writing was starting to become increasingly massively dragging and tedious so that yes indeed by page 96 Tucker's text had slowed to such a monotonous snail's pace for me that I simply became uite massively bored and decided to stop reading All the Greys on Greene Street especially since at over 300 pages a slow and tedious reading pace like I was experiencing really would definitely not make for an enjoyable and engaging experience and time for meAnd combined with the fact that by chapter 18 of Laura Tucker's narrative we really only have found out that first person narrator Olympia's mother is depressed that her father has taken off to France but with as yet no real reason as to why and basically in my opinion with often pages upon pages of irrelevant and not all that interesting filler being cast at readers after repeatedly not being able to convince myself to pick All the Greys on Greene Street up again to continue my perusal I do find that it is certainly in my own best interest and to avoid further frustration to simply uit and to say that no indeed I have not found this novel in any way all that enjoyable that Laura Tucker obviously and in my humble opinion very much needs to work on her rhythm on her writing style and how much superfluous information she drops onto her readers and yes if she if Laura Tucker is using a protagonist narrating his or her own story that said characte needs to feel and read age appropriately For from where I am standing Olympia absolutely does not sound like a believable and relatable twelve year old but rather like a seventeen to nineteen year old which makes the issues with the problematic pacing of All the Greys on Green Street even of an issue and has as such also much influenced my decision to abandon this novel and to look for something else and less tedious less frustrating to read

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All the Greys on Greene StreetG up Apollo is hiding something Alex is acting strange and Richard has uestions about the mysterious stranger he saw outside And someone keeps calling looking for a missing piece of art Olympia knows her dad is the key but first she has to find him and time is running o. 425 stars | Stunning debut