Milledgeville Misfit

Milledgeville Misfit Nominated for a GAYA Georgia Author of the Year AwardFourteen year old Juniper Junebug Summerville loses her parents and her ability to talk in a car accident Against her silent protests she is

  • Title: Milledgeville Misfit
  • Author: T.L. Gray
  • ISBN: 9780983433
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nominated for a 2013 GAYA Georgia Author of the Year AwardFourteen year old Juniper Junebug Summerville loses her parents and her ability to talk in a car accident Against her silent protests, she is sent to live in a remote swampland infamous for its ghosts, federal prison and insane asylum As Junebug struggles with her emotional scars, she begins to heal with help Nominated for a 2013 GAYA Georgia Author of the Year AwardFourteen year old Juniper Junebug Summerville loses her parents and her ability to talk in a car accident Against her silent protests, she is sent to live in a remote swampland infamous for its ghosts, federal prison and insane asylum As Junebug struggles with her emotional scars, she begins to heal with help from six other orphans at Dearborn, a once famous Milledgeville Plantation Just as she begins to enjoy the peace she s long desired, she finds herself in a fight for her sanity when she stumbles upon a tear in the fabric that separates the possible from the impossible, and she must choose which to believe.Milledgeville Misfit is a young adult novel that deals with grief and healing, and has an ending that leaves the reader with the choice of what to believe.

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    1. T.L. Gray

      Author Editor at T.L Gray, LLCAuthor at Vabella PublishingAgent at North Star Literary AgencyContributing Writer at West Georgia Living MagazineContributing Writer at Impact Times MagazineContributing Editor and Quan Scribe, IncContributing Writer at SongPlacesMember of Carrollton Creative Writer s ClubMember of Atlanta Writers Club

    242 thoughts on “Milledgeville Misfit”

    1. 'Don't judge a book by its cover.' I think this definitely applies to Milledgeville Misfit. Most people would probably overlook it as it's not very eye-catching or intriguing. The cover is so grey and dull and it really doesn't do the content justice. Now on to the book itself. The opening was very enticing, where the main character Juniper invites the reader to listen to her story. It was fairly promising and I hoped that the book would continue to captivate me in this way. However, I'm afraid [...]


    2. Damnit! How am I ever going to give this book the justice it deserves?! Milledgeville Misfit, put quite simply, is amazing. Beautifully written, emotional, thought-provoking to be perfectly honest, I think I need to install a whole new rating system just for this book!Please excuse me if I sound a bit gushy, but it's just that I absolutely loved this book! It was so unbelievably sweet how all of the orphans had such a connection with each other. I felt like I was experiencing something even more [...]


    3. Never in my entire life have I read a book that has been even similar to this, and I feel like I have experienced something amazing by reading Milledgeville Misfit. You need to have an open mind to read this, and at first you may be sceptical, but stick with it and you will be incredibly impressed. The beginning was quite slow and hard to get in to at first, but soon it starts to pick up the pace and only gets better and better. You just have to give this some time and read on. Junebug was a bri [...]


    4. Okay, I’ve read, my latest must read, Milledgeville Misfit, and this is what I think…Milledgeville, GA, is this town is recognized for Ghost tours and ghost walks, even recent ghost siting’s… an absolute perfect setting for a dark story.Great plot! So many disorders/illnesses stem from traumatic childhood incidences, and this story shadows the trauma that Junebug faces throughout her life. At the tender age of thirteen, a young girl is traumatized by the loss of her parents and left unab [...]


    5. Summary:14 year old Juniper Summerville has lost both her parents in a terrible car accident, which has also caused her to go mute around adults. She is being placed in the care of her Aunt and Uncle in their Milledgeville home, Dearborn. When she arrives at the home is surprised to see that is a very old home and decrepit, and at one time it was an orphanage. Her first impression is that this place looks haunted. Juniper or June Bug, quickly finds that she is making friends with the other child [...]


    6. 14-year-old, Junebug, had absolutely everything taken away from her. Her parents, her home, all her friends, and even her ability to speak. After she's send to live in a former orphanage, the mystery and fantasy begins with the discovery of a group of new and unusual roommates. T.L.Gray has created the fascinating story of how a young girl copes (or doesn't) with a variety of childhood traumas. She keeps you guessing throughout as you read and wonder what is true and what is fantasy. Without giv [...]


    7. I won this book on . I loved the book and the way it made you think. I liked the way the story was written and look for to more books by T.L. Gray. Would highly recommend.



    8. 'Don't judge a book by its cover.' I think this definitely applies to Milledgeville Misfit. Most people would probably overlook it as it's not very eye-catching or intriguing. The cover is so grey and dull and it really doesn't do the content justice. Now on to the book itself. The opening was very enticing, where the main character Juniper invites the reader to listen to her story. It was fairly promising and I hoped that the book would continue to captivate me in this way. However, I'm afraid [...]


    9. I wanted to read this because my husband grew up in Milledgville, GA, and it had really high ratings on . I would probably give it a 2 1/2. I'm just not a huge fan of books that leave it up to you to decide what happens. It was also kind of short and I felt it could have been developed more.





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