62 pages 2 hours read

Gordon Korman


Fiction | Novel | Middle Grade | Published in 2021

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Linked by Gordon Korman is praised for its engaging storytelling and thought-provoking themes addressing prejudice and history. Readers commend its timely message and Korman's ability to balance multiple perspectives. However, some find the plot predictable and the characters underdeveloped. Overall, it’s a compelling read for young audiences but may fall short on depth for some.

Who should read this

Who Should Read Linked?

A reader who would enjoy Linked by Gordon Korman is likely a middle-school student interested in realistic fiction that tackles serious social issues such as racism and bullying. Fans of Wonder by R.J. Palacio and The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas will appreciate Korman's engaging writing and thought-provoking themes.


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Book Details

Mystery / Crime Fiction
Realistic Fiction
Identity: Race
Emotions/Behavior: Hate & Anger
Society: Community