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Running Lean

Running Lean

By Diana L. Sharples
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.16 Stars

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On 9/15 Marissa D wrote: Running Lean Diana L Sharples The teenage years have a bad rap. Yes they are hard, compared to childhood, but that could be because parents are allowing their kids to get a taste of the real world outside of the boundaries of a safe home. Or they are hard, because some are dealt harder cards to live ... Running Lean: A Book Review

Marissa D's Rating:

2 Stars

On 9/12 Angelica wrote: The book Running Lean brings us the Gritty life details of Stacey.*I received this book from BookLook for reviewing purpose and of course for my reading pleasure .* I picked this book because it seemed like an interesting read for me since I  gravitate towards realistic Teen books That incorporate ... Review: Running Lean by Diana L. Sharples

Angelica 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/27 Paige Boggs wrote: My Rating: 5 of 5 StarsBuy on AmazonAbout the Book:Equilibrium. That’s what Stacey and Calvin found in each other. He is as solid as his beloved vintage motorcycle and helps quiet the constant clamor in Stacey’s mind. She is a passionate, creative spirit---and a lifeline after Calvin’s soldier ... Running Lean by Diana L. Sharples

Paige's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/24 Faith McLaughlin wrote: First of all, I really loved the cover of this book. I completely fell in love with Stacey and Calvin’s relationship. I loved that the author showed us both of the main characters minds, letting us know what each character was thinking and feeling. Self esteem issues affect a lot of people today because ... Review of Running Lean by Diana L. Sharples

Faith's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/12 Paris Carter wrote: Running Lean is a young adult, romance novel with subtle Christian themes following the shaky relationship of Stacey and Calvin, while Stacey is becoming increasingly anorexic and Calvin is trying his best way to stop it. The novel is written for young readers intended and if your part of an older audience ... Boring, Stale, Unoriginal Young Adult Fiction

Paris Carter's Rating:

1 Stars

On 5/5 Jori wrote: I received a copy of RUNNING LEAN by Diana L. Sharples from Blink via BookSneeze.  This book had consuming emotion from the first chapter to the last.  While there were places where I laughed, overall this is a book that sucks you in and leaves you breathless.  My heart broke many times.  ... Running Lean

Jori's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/4 julestwin wrote: Books for the teen-age market are often futuristic fiction which bear little resemblance to the life of an average teenager. However, a new book by a first time author, one with a real life teenage daughter, has just come on the market. Running Lean by Diana L. Sharples is a "just right" novel for ... Running Lean

julestwin's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/30 Rebecca wrote: Anorexia is a topic that I don't see too much in fiction. Few authors, at least Christian authors, are bold enough to approach it. Which is why I really appreciate Running Lean. Diana L. Sharples shows the issue from both sides: that of the anorexic person and that of someone close to her. And I believe ... Running Lean by Diana L. Sharples

Rebecca's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/29 Janet Reeves wrote: "Running Lean" by Diana L. Sharples is a Christian fiction novel for teens, published by Blink. It’s the story of two teenagers who have been dating for several months. Stacey is from a non-Christian family who moved to town to escape a hurtful situation. Calvin is from a large Christian family still ... Book Review: Running Lean

Janet's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/12 Wanda Barefoot wrote: I remember watching a TV movie once that starred Tracey Gold as an anorexic teen entitled, For the Love of Nancy. That movie has stayed with me ever since just as this book will stay with me for a very long time. I could literally feel Stacey's and Calvin's fear and anguish for two very different reasons. ... Running Lean by Diana L. Sharples - Review

Wanda's Rating:

5 Stars