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  1. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    This book gets Lolita really fast, as the main character is a fourteen year old girl who spends her nights peeping through the bedroom window of her science teacher who s pushing forty as he sleeps in his Fruit of the Loom brand underwear , but all creepiness aside, this is also a very original and deep YA novel, introducing the concept of shape shifting owl people to the classic struggles of being an awkward teenager This book gets Lolita really fast, as the main character is a fourteen year old girl who spends her nights peeping through the bedroom window of her science teacher who s pushing forty as he sleeps in his Fruit of the Loom brand underwear , but all creepiness aside, this is also a very original and deep YA novel, introducing the concept of shape shifting owl people to the classic struggles of being an awkward teenager


  2. R.J. R.J. says:

    This book is quirky, unique, and surprisingly touching I wondered how the author was going to pull off the were owl aspect, but as Kindl seems to have created a sort of alternate Earth where magic is possible and shapeshifting occasionally crops up in families, it wasn t nearly as farfetched in terms of the story s internal logic, that is as I d thought Certainly Kindl does an excellent job of conveying Owl s detached, alien perspective on human life while still making her a sympathetic char This book is quirky, unique, and surprisingly touching I wondered how the author was going to pull off the were owl aspect, but as Kindl seems to have created a sort of alternate Earth where magic is possible and shapeshifting occasionally crops up in families, it wasn t nearly as farfetched in terms of the story s internal logic, that is as I d thought Certainly Kindl does an excellent job of conveying Owl s detached, alien perspective on human life while still making her a sympathetic character I can see how some readers especially some teens might be instantly put off by Owl s crush on her forty year old science teacher and want to put the book down right there, but Kindl actually gives us a logical explanation for the attraction and handles it sensitively and well On the whole, I really enjoyed this book and might even pick it up and read it again sometime


  3. Mariel Mariel says:

    I really liked this Displacement and confusion as fairytale with the food chain as the animal kingdom Owl in Love is about a girl owl named Owl She s in uncomfortable skin that is not her own when she s a girl or bird As a bird she s still torn between worlds based on new longings, andpredatory urges Her parents are straight up bird I felt she wasbird than girl in a different way less nesting andfree flying , and somehow felt closer to her birdish thoughts than human o I really liked this Displacement and confusion as fairytale with the food chain as the animal kingdom Owl in Love is about a girl owl named Owl She s in uncomfortable skin that is not her own when she s a girl or bird As a bird she s still torn between worlds based on new longings, andpredatory urges Her parents are straight up bird I felt she wasbird than girl in a different way less nesting andfree flying , and somehow felt closer to her birdish thoughts than human ones Maybe because they werenatural as growing pains It could also be that birds are closer in my heart these days than my past self as a teen girl I know which I would rather be.Owl is obsessed with her crush on her new science teacher As an owl she stalks him as she does not get to prey to him during school time I liked a lot that Kindl did not make Owl s story metaphorical about teen confusion with body image and sexuality I didn t feel the queasiness from remembering my own social misfitness reading about Owl s societal unfitness thank goodness She s not on their same planet It doesn t even matterthan desperately wishing to escape a situation when you are uncomfortable, like an itchy uniform or uptight restrictions It is miserably restrictive, for sure Owl in Love is all about Owl The smartest thing Kindl did was avoid shining the every weirdo reflection on her girl Instead it s Owl making up her own scientific labels like her beloved teacher might do Owls don t know they are called owls, after all She s just fascinated with them and yearning for a primitive like connection I thought birds had pecking orders, though It wouldn t be anysimple, to me.What I didn t like about this book was the marriage bent, and the arrival of another of her kind Another kind that s one whole rather than a converging of the two The disparity between the two interested me I would have liked to know how that kingdom might ve looked Owl s desires were so short lived, too I guess the life expectancy wouldn t be that higher I just kinda wantedfor her There sto life than being a teenaged girl There sto life than THE ONE there s a world Fairytale endings Happily ever after No what s next


  4. April April says:

    Maybe some of you may recall my tweet about this book being a creeper I still stand by that tweet I will say, I did warm up to Owl In Love a bit, but definitely feel a little too old for it Owl In Love by Patrice Kindl is about this 14 year old girl named Owl who is get this a wereowl She has a creeper crush on her teacher Mr Lindstrom, who is pushing mid forties, and somewhat balding Basically she turns into an owl and watches him from the window I know gross, right Anyhoo, I spent mo Maybe some of you may recall my tweet about this book being a creeper I still stand by that tweet I will say, I did warm up to Owl In Love a bit, but definitely feel a little too old for it Owl In Love by Patrice Kindl is about this 14 year old girl named Owl who is get this a wereowl She has a creeper crush on her teacher Mr Lindstrom, who is pushing mid forties, and somewhat balding Basically she turns into an owl and watches him from the window I know gross, right Anyhoo, I spent most of the book creeped out until she met someone her own age.Read the rest of my review here


  5. KA KA says:

    Patrice Kindl is my new favorite writer This was the oddest book I ve read lately, which is saying something A girl with witchy parents can change into an owl Is head over heels in love with her science teacher who shares the same last name as my cute college zoology professor, funnily enough Struggles with trying to fit in with classmates when she can t even eat human food And.Dark and funny Strangely sensual.


  6. Rachel Brown Rachel Brown says:

    I am in love with Mr Lindstrom, my science teacher I found out where he lives and every night I perch on a tree branch outside his bedroom window and watch him sleep He sleeps in his underwear Fruit of the Looms, size 34.Owl Tycho is a fourteen year old girl who can turn into an owl, orperhaps an owl who can turn into a girl She s not just a girl withmagic powers she looks a little like an owl in human form, her bloodis black and her skin is grayish, and she lives on a diet of mice andinse I am in love with Mr Lindstrom, my science teacher I found out where he lives and every night I perch on a tree branch outside his bedroom window and watch him sleep He sleeps in his underwear Fruit of the Looms, size 34.Owl Tycho is a fourteen year old girl who can turn into an owl, orperhaps an owl who can turn into a girl She s not just a girl withmagic powers she looks a little like an owl in human form, her bloodis black and her skin is grayish, and she lives on a diet of mice andinsects She has fallen in love with Mr Lindstrom, her divorced, forty year old science teacher.But Mr Lindstrom has no idea that she loves him, much less that shewatches him nightly from a tree branch Owl soon becomes exhaustedfrom the effort of watching Mr Lindstrom all night while also keepingup with her school work, keeping her secret from her classmates, andconvincing her parents that there s nothing wrong with her And then amysterious intruder shows up in the woods around Mr Lindstrom shouseAn absolute delight witty, charming, heartfelt, and original Owl hassome problems that will be familiar to any teenager her difficultyfitting in and making friends her crush on a teacher the strange butcute boy her own age parents who are well meaning but don t understand But those common issues are seen from the point of view ofa character who is literally alien, as much owl as she is girl.The result is both startling and funny, and makes these archetypalproblems and their resolution seem fresh and new The characters areall sympathetic and believable, if odd The ending is a bitcoincidental and predictable, but still satisfying


  7. Francesca Forrest Francesca Forrest says:

    I really enjoyed Owl as a character I loved her owlish view on everything I liked her parents a whole lot too, and I enjoyed Dawn, the girl who insists on becoming Owl s friend Dawn s voice didn t feel 100 percent authentically teen for me, but it was quite entertaining all the same, and her situation and reaction to that situation seemed on target to me, so I didn t mind about the slippage in her voice so much I had some reservations about the parts of the story that were from Houle David I really enjoyed Owl as a character I loved her owlish view on everything I liked her parents a whole lot too, and I enjoyed Dawn, the girl who insists on becoming Owl s friend Dawn s voice didn t feel 100 percent authentically teen for me, but it was quite entertaining all the same, and her situation and reaction to that situation seemed on target to me, so I didn t mind about the slippage in her voice so much I had some reservations about the parts of the story that were from Houle David s point of view I found them confusing and muchdark than the rest of the book Everything else is playedor less for humor, but the situation with his family is heartbreaking In a different book, the bleakness of his storyline wouldn t have been bad, but in this book it felt jarringly dissonant Fortunately, there wasn t too much from his point of view.I also would have likedspeaking interaction between Owl and Houle, though I did like their gradually developing relationship in owl form and for Houle, having friendship in that form is extra important.Now I ve spent two paragraphs on dissatisfaction and only one on satisfaction, which isn t right at all, because my overall feelings toward this book are very warm Owl s a unique heroine, and I loved her And the ending was just right too


  8. DL DL says:

    I had a long drive ahead of me and stopped in a used bookstore where I bought this book based on the title I really have to stop doing that The drive was boring my 15 year old handed me the book and said, Read She hasn t done that in years So I read By the time I hit chapter 5 the entire car full of relatives was begging me to stop reading that creepy, stalker book with an underage girl who has a crush on her 40 some year old teacher and is encouraged by the parents I skipped to the l I had a long drive ahead of me and stopped in a used bookstore where I bought this book based on the title I really have to stop doing that The drive was boring my 15 year old handed me the book and said, Read She hasn t done that in years So I read By the time I hit chapter 5 the entire car full of relatives was begging me to stop reading that creepy, stalker book with an underage girl who has a crush on her 40 some year old teacher and is encouraged by the parents I skipped to the last page and was relieved to see that the crush had switched to someoneappropriate But still And this book was recommended for ages 12 and up


  9. Sydney Sydney says:

    actually really loved this book i loved all of the characters and thought the owl was portrayed super well with experiencing things as a young girl and experiencing things as an animal.pretty refreshing to read something light and simple i would definitely recommend.


  10. Robin Robin says:

    What an unexpected little gem Owl in love manages to be a fully fraught supernatural teenage romance without spilling over into maudlin self importance Just the right amount of humor Not parody Though there is some similarity to Switchers, Kindl tells a delightful story and I would happily readby her Owls are not house proud The almost obsessive tidiness of this room made me uneasy A few rotting branches or some old leaves would have made the place look a lot homier, in my opinion What an unexpected little gem Owl in love manages to be a fully fraught supernatural teenage romance without spilling over into maudlin self importance Just the right amount of humor Not parody Though there is some similarity to Switchers, Kindl tells a delightful story and I would happily readby her Owls are not house proud The almost obsessive tidiness of this room made me uneasy A few rotting branches or some old leaves would have made the place look a lot homier, in my opinion p.51 Damp weather means bad hunting for owls, and in a wet spring an owl can progress from stylishly slender to dead in a matter of days p.95 P.S Don tcha think Owl is a kindred soul to Temperance Brennan


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Owl in Love [Download] ➼ Owl in Love By Patrice Kindl – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk I am in love with Mr Lindstrom, my science teacher I found out where he lives and every night I perch on a tree branch outside his bedroom window and watch him sleep He sleeps in his underwear Fruit o I am in love with Mr Lindstrom, my science teacher I found out where he Owl in PDF or lives and every night I perch on a tree branch outside his bedroom window and watch him sleep He sleeps in his underwear Fruit of the Loom, sizeOwl Tycho, the shape shifting daughter of simple witches , is a high school student by day and owl by night When her nightly vigil over her science teacher is interrupted by the appearance of a mysterious, starving, wild eyed boy and the inept behavior of a new owl, she soon finds her affections beginning to shift.