Wild Blue Wonder

Wild Blue Wonder Review

There are two monsters in this story. One of them is me.

Ask anyone in Winship, Maine, and they’ll tell you the summer camp Quinn’s family owns is a magical place. Paper wishes hang from the ceiling. Blueberries grow in the dead of winter. According to local legend, a sea monster even lurks off the coast. Mostly, there’s just a feeling that something extraordinary could happen there.

Like Quinn falling in love with her best friend, Dylan.

After the accident, the magic drained from Quinn’s life. Now Dylan is gone, the camp is a lonely place, and Quinn knows it’s her fault.

But the new boy in town, Alexander, doesn’t see her as the monster she believes herself to be. As Quinn lets herself open up again, she begins to understand the truth about love, loss, and monsters—real and imagined.

Title:Wild Blue Wonder

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  • Korrina  (OwlCrate)

    Such a heartbreaking and beautiful book. I read this book in less than 24 hours and pretty much weeper the entire time, but it was exactly what I needed. Definitely my favourite book I’ve read so fa...

  • Carlie Sorosiak

    Maybe I'm biased, but I quite liked it. Things in this book: * A love quadrilateral 💙* Girls in STEM and sports 🔬🏅* A possible sea monster 🐉* A girl building a boat with her Nana 💪* A s...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)

    4.5 stars “Scary things and amazing things coexist. The world is full of wildness and wonder. And a lot of it is good.” Wild Blue Wonder is a captivating story about family, forgiveness, and the...

  • Lauren James

    The main character is obsessed with marine biology, I'm already hooked. I just finished this beauty, WILD BLUE WONDER. I came for the STEM lady (the main character loves marine biology!) and stayed fo...

  • Julia Sapphire

    I was sent an ARC of this book by HCC Frenzy in exchange for an honest review DNF I unfortunately I did not enjoy this book very much. I have been trying to read it for almost the entire month of ...

  • Madison

    Stunning and heart wrenching, Wild Blue Wonder is a beautifully written book. Right from the first chapter it is clear that Wild Blue Wonder is magical. Whether it springs from the legends that surrou...

  • Cale Dietrich

    AHHH I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS!!!! ...

  • Lauren

    3.5 stars Normally I would have given a book like this 4 stars but I'm thinking it deserves a 3.5. I was really looking forward to reading Wild Blue Wonder having read some very positive reviews about...

  • Meredith Mara

    The Hundreds — the summer camp run by Quinn’s family — is a magical place. Spread out across a ten-acre plot in Winship, Maine, The Hundreds is a place where blueberries grow in the deep of wint...

  • Jane

    4.5 stars. I think this book destroyed me, and I absolutely loved it....