Waiting on Wednesday: Flowers in the Sky

Published December 26, 2012 by LS Murphy

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme, showcasing books that we are waiting to read hosted by Breaking the Spine.

Love fish out of water stories. This sounds like a great literary YA.

About Flowers in the Sky:

Fifteen-year-old Nina Perez is faced with a future she never expected. She must leave her Garden of Eden, her lush home in the Dominican Republic, when she’s sent by her mother to seek out a better life with her brother in New York. As Nina searches for some glimpse of familiarity amid the jarring world of Washington Heights, she must uncover her own strength. She learns to uncover roots within foreign soil and finds a way to grow, just like the orchids that blossom on her fire escape. And when she is confronted by ugly secrets about her brother’s business, she comes to understand the realities of life in this new place. But then she meets him-that green-eyed boy- who she can’t erase from her thoughts, the one who just might help her learn to see beauty in spite of tragedy.

From the acclaimed author of The Color of My Words comes a powerful story about a young girl who must make her way in a new world and find her place within it.

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4 comments on “Waiting on Wednesday: Flowers in the Sky

  • Hi, A friend sent me your Blog site. Thanks for showcasing my book Flowers in the Sky on your Waiting on Wednesday post. I look forward to hearing what you think if you read and review it. I also love the jacket cover. Like you I am a PINK gal. Lynn Joseph

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