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CLICK HERE TO READ MORE BOOK REVIEWS AT READING, EATING & DREAMING I WAS BLAIR WALDORF Sing Me to Sleep by Angela Morrison was an emotional rollercoaster. It was beautiful and sweet, charming and exciting, and extremely sad. Although the majority of this novel is uplifting and inspirational, I am overcome with sadness right now because I just finished reading this novel, along with the author’s inspiration for this novel. Sing Me to Sleep mainly made me laugh and smile, but doggone it, some parts really choked me up. Angela Morrison has a way with words. Not only does she write amazing stories but she also incorporates breathtaking lyrics and poems into her novels. I am a huge fan, and I cannot wait to see what she comes out with next. No matter what it is, I will add it to my to-read list. Now…. How can I talk about my feelings about the conclusion without giving everything away and ruining this book for everyone? Very, very carefully. On the realistic plane that I spend the majority of my time on, I thought this was the best conclusion possible. It was the most realistic ending, and Morrison’s words gave me peace of mind. In my opinion, the conclusion doesn’t take away from the novel. In fact, the conclusion really shapes this novel. However, on the fairy tale plane that I like to visit, it wasn’t the ending that I wanted. I gave Sing Me to Sleep by Angela Morrison 3 STARS. I strongly recommend this heartbreaking and captivating young adult novel. The only reason I gave this book 3 STARS (good) and not 4 STARS (great) was because I found it slightly predictable. Once I was introduced to all the characters, I discovered where this book was heading rather quickly. That didn’t ruin the book for me, but it did take it down a peg. Note: Don’t read Sing Me to Sleep when you are visiting fairy tale land. -XOXO READING, EATING & DREAMING